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Lanarkshire renewable energy company welcomes Scottish Energy and Transport Secretary

By Ian Bunting

A Lanarkshire company shared its vision for the "road to net zero" with the Scottish Secretary for Net Zero, Energy and Transport.

Michael Matheson MSP was invited to Autonomous iOt's Chapelhall base to hear about the firm’s journey so far, ambitions to scale up further and overreaching ambition to help organisations in Scotland, the UK and beyond achieve their net zero goals.

The Cabinet Secretary was offered a full tour of the research, development and manufacturing facility, given insight to products in development and introduced to everyone throughout the business, from experienced staff to newly qualified graduates.

Mr Matheson told Lanarkshire Live : “It was a pleasure to visit Autonomous iOt, to meet the team in their manufacturing base and to see first-hand their exciting net zero products which offers a wide range of economic and environmental benefits.

“There is great potential for companies across Scotland, such as Autonomous iOt, to engage and partner together, enabling them to reduce their carbon footprint and ultimately help us become a net zero nation.”

Autonomous iOt, founded in 2019, is committed to tackling climate change through the research, development and manufacturing of Intelligent Hybrid Technologies, powered by the sun and wind.

The company’s Intelligent Hybrid Technologies have already been purchased and installed throughout the UK by public sector housing authorities, councils and private sector companies each benefitting from carbon reduction and savings on previous costs.

Autonomous iOt CEO Bobby Kane, who hosted Mr Matheson's visit, said: “It was exciting to showcase our facility and portfolio to the Cabinet Secretary.

"Designed for net zero, we are primed to partner with companies who want to fuel the economy while fighting climate change and, of course, saving costs.”

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Dive Deeper:
US energy group's sell off to help create more than 50 UK jobs
The deal will see the enlarged group employ over 150 people with combined turnover in the region of £16m
Scottish firm leads global partnership backing net zero pact
A GLOBAL initiative led by a Scottish firm to advance the transition to net-zero energy usage has launched.
Energy bills set to be capped after 2023 to protect millions of households
Current UK Government legislation is set to run out next year.
Covid restrictions blamed as number of new homes in Scotland drops by a third
The Scottish Government has also pledged a £50m fund to turn vacant and derelict sites into affordable housing
One subscription that gives you access to news from hundreds of sites
Phillips 66 and Shell unite on Humber to drive carbon capture technology across global refining sector
International engineering giant Worley will bring together technology and infrastructure as part of Energy Estuary's Net Zero ambition
Energy giant Drax turns to University of Nottingham for latest carbon capture pilot
Tech spin-out Promethean Particles is also involved with industrial scale testing
Get all your news in one place