Helping innovators to design new business models using a unique mix of energy, engineering and commercial expertise
Business model innovation is just as vital to Net Zero as technological innovation
Energy Systems Catapult is driving innovation in business modelling to unlock value and support credible, investable routes to market for zero carbon companies.
Well-designed business models help companies to de-risk new innovations, streamline operations and maximise the value they create for customers. At Energy Systems Catapult we take a whole systems approach to business models design, working with people throughout the sector to better understand the needs and challenges they face.
We support zero carbon companies to unlock value and find credible, investable routes to market. This is brought together by our unique mix of energy, engineering and commercial experts who can help identify, design, and validate new business models.
The Business Model Innovation team utilise a range of methods, tools and experts, including:
- Assessing new and emerging business models in energy and future market opportunities and barriers.
- Designing and iterating new business models by exploring markets, customers and approaches.
- Assessing existing business models and exploring risks and opportunities for the future.
- Designing tests to de-risk business models and provide assurance.
- Creating go-to-market strategies with business plans, commercial models and product roadmaps.
We work with a range of organisations
Start-ups and scale-ups
Innovators with disruptive new ideas wanting to ground them in viable business models, looking to grow their position, seek investment or refine their approach.
Product and service companies in the energy sector
Looking to understand the future risks and opportunities of existing business models, or design, test and launch new innovations to the market.
Local authorities, community groups and local partnerships
Organisations looking at new approaches that will help local areas transition to Net Zero
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