Beverley Gower-Jones, Carbon Limiting Technologies

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Beverley Gower-Jones is a business leader with proven track record in pre-revenue, low carbon technology commercialization.

She founded Carbon Limiting Technologies (CLT) in 2006 and has supported low carbon ventures in a wide range of sectors including energy efficiency, transport, distributed generation, renewables.

During her tenure at Shell International she gained wide exposure to businesses globally and delivered the £500m subsurface technology transfer programme to worldwide operations.

Beverley was founder and Vice President at Shell Technology Ventures and in this role she was instrumental in defining Shells strategic approach to technology venturing.

She has 30 years industry experience, 20 of which are in technology commercialisation and corporate venture management including at QinetiQ a portfolio of eight ventures with a total value of £60m. She has chaired the DECC Energy Entrepreneurs Fund VC panel, responsible for final grant investment decisions, and is Chair of a flywheel energy storage venture.

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