Samad Power Ltd
Improving our lives & lives of the next generations is our goal
Founding Year: 2010
Samad Power Ltd has designed and developed a secondary power source utilising the regular gas supply within a building.
The company has developed a compact combined heat and power generation system for domestic users (called TGB or Turbo Green Boiler), which is capable of producing up to 2KW of electricity whilst simultaneously providing hot water and space heating (approximately 10 kW).
Micro CHP boilers already exist, but the fundamental challenge to high volume deployment of micro CHP boilers is the cost to the end users (currently the average cost of micro CHP boilers is £7000.00).
Samad Power is resolving this problem by developing a gas turbine version of micro CHP that has less than half of the parts used in other CHP technologies, one moving components and utilising 70 years of deployment in other industries.
This allows the company to provide its micro CHP boiler at a significantly lower price (50% of the cost of other technologies).
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Team Members: Dr Seyed Mohseni (Engineering Doctorate in Low cost development of micro gas turbine for Power Generation and CHP); Nayab Haider (Charted Accountant, Ex KPMG); Dr Esmail Najafi (Engineering Doctorate in gas turbine engineering and technology) ; Dr Ali Norouzi (Engineering Doctorate in Electronic Engineering); Mr Ahmad Mohseni (PRINCE 2, Computing and IT, BSc); Dr Samira Sayadi (Engineering Doctorate in Mechanical Engineering); Mohammad Ali Sarkandi (Aerospace engineering, MSc); Talha Ali (aeronautical and mechanical engineering, BSc); Mohammad Sabbagh (Precision Engineering, MSc)