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1 ©Copyright CPI All rights reserved Supporting Innovation in the Chemicals Industry: The CPI model Dr. Alan McClelland

2 From innovation to commercialisation Innovation: Technology Readiness Levels (NASA) TRL 1 TRL 2 TRL 3 TRL 4 TRL 5 TRL 6 TRL 7 TRL 8 TRL 9 Basic Technology Research Research to Prove Feasibility Technology Development Technology Demonstration System/Sub-System Development System Test, Launch and Operation RESEARCH (Universities) TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT (CPI) COMMERCIAL EXPLOITATION (CPI E, Innovation Accelerator)

3 From innovation to commercialisation The CPI model CPI Technology CPI Enterprises CPI Economic Support Innovation Accelerator Directly Supporting Regional SME Business Development Sustainable Processing susproc Printable Electronics petec Assets and People to support Innovation Technology Development International Activity National Centres Policy Influence Spin-out Businesses New Businesses to Create Value from Technology

4 From innovation to commercialisation Industry & Peers

5 From innovation to commercialisation CPI Technology: People 130 people in total: >60%/year growth Academic Qualifications: 46 PhDs, 10 Masters and 29 Degrees (67% degrees or above) 1197 total years of experience. Average of 18 years Experience 67% Private sector, 17% Public sector, Rest Academic, Military and Retail 20 languages spoken Previous Roles 52 Technical, 41 Managerial, 38 Project management, 9 Marketing, 16 Consultancy, 14 Sales, 13 Directors, 3 Finance and 22 Others Highly Qualified Scientists and Engineers with Extensive Management, Project Management and Commercial Experience

6 From innovation to commercialisation CPI Technology: Sustainable Processing Teesside An internationally recognised, open innovation centre focussed on process technology for low carbon and resource efficiency. Physical assets and technology expertise that brings together Companies, Universities with Public Sector Funds (TSB, FP7) to develop new products and processes: –National Industrial Biotechnology Facility –Anaerobic Digestion Development Centre –High Temperature Innovation Centre (with Tata Steel) –Sustainable Engineering / Smart Chemistry

7 From innovation to commercialisation National Industrial Biotechnology Facility 28 million phased investment Up to 10,000l fermentation capacity

8 From innovation to commercialisation CPI Technology: Printable Electronics Co Durham Assets: 39 million phased investment Clean room 1500m 2, class 1000 (locally class 100) Equipped with tools for Technology Innovation in: - Displays, Lighting and PV - Roll to roll metallisation onto flexible plastic New chemistry, materials and polymers

9 From innovation to commercialisation Petec on the World Map US Displays Center Fraunhofer Dresden IMRE Singapore PETEC VTT, Finland KETI Korea JAIST Japan

10 From innovation to commercialisation CPI Enterprises – Spin-Out Companies All use CPIs Core Process Technology Skills

11 From innovation to commercialisation Technology commercialisation Business start-up support Market intelligence IP landscaping Incubation Entrepreneur programme Innovation Accelerator: SME support

12 From innovation to commercialisation Innovation Accelerator: INCUBATOR 2.3 million investment – 10 pods Unique incubation for process industry start-ups Drainage, fume extraction, specialist gas supply, etc Fully serviced - Plug-and-Play Secure write up areas and meeting rooms Access to equipped communal laboratories Substantial grow-on space available

13 From innovation to commercialisation Technology Innovation Centre Cluster Incubation Strategy for Business Growth Business Growth Collective action to revitalise the Process Sector in North East England Technology Innovation Centre in collaboration with industry, academia, financial investors and the public sector to leverage resource and reduce business growth risks Critical mass through the formation of technology clusters and supply chains Incubation and specialist business support to encourage and sustain new business growth


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