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SEaB Energy Ltd

Our patented, award-winning, containerised waste-to-energy plants convert your bio-waste on-site into your own carbon-free electricity and heat. Why move waste?

  • Stage Full Product Ready
  • Industry Clean Technology
  • Location Southampton, England, GB
  • Currency GBP
  • Founded December 2008
  • Employees 22
  • Incorporation Type Other
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Company Summary

SEaB Energy Ltd has developed and patented an integrated, easy-to-install micro waste-to-energy plant using anaerobic digestion to convert bio-waste on-site into carbon-free electricity, heat and liquid fertiliser. It is remotely monitored and contract manufactured. Commercialisation to corporate clients, aid agencies, military sites, remote locations and as diesel generator replacement is supported by channel sales partners around the world.


  • award-winning entrepreneur with a proven track record of launching innovative world-class companies that have achieved significant global revenue growth. Sandra holds a BSc in Biology (specialising in Micro-biology) and a Master’s Degree in Computer Science.

  • .Invented MUCKBUSTER® and FLEXIBUSTER micro-anaerobic digestion system. Prior to SEaB Energy, he developed strategy for Shell, BP, BGG, Lukoil, Yukos. Nick pioneered virtual power stations for EDF, while at PWC.

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    Project Manager

    highly disciplined (ex-military) with a depth of commercial project work in the energy services sector; including managing several large projects delivered to the Ministry of Defence. With a background in nuclear submarines, he is experienced in working to exacting standards and in accordance with strict procedures and deadlines. Graeme is the lead project manager for a collaboration in the Innovate UK Localised Energy Systems programme.

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    Marinus Verbeek
    Design Manager

    15 years of AD experience across Europe. He has experience in the development of small to large scale digestion systems, mesophilic and thermophilic processes, plug flow and liquid AD and in integration of AD into existing infrastructures. He has experience of innovation in the areas of pretreatment of biomass prior to anaerobic digestion and in the treatment of biogas.


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    Osborne Clarke, London, UK
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    PWC Accountants

Previous Investors

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    SEaB Energy Holdings Ltd
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    Department of Energy and Climate Change, UK
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    InnovateUK Localised Energy Grant
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    Solent Green Growth Grant