Samad Power was established in 2010. Since this time the company has developed the TGB technology from conceptual design to detailed design followed by the building of a demonstrator unit. Then the company received grant funding from EEDA and Innovate UK, and in June 2014 was awarded £800,000 of grant funding by UK DECC to further develop its technology to TRL5. In January 2015 Samad Power won the annual Rushlight Climate KIC prize of €100,000 award to the most innovative low carbon technology. Samad also came first in UK’s top Clean-tech venture competition in 2016 winning €20,000 prize.
In 2017 Samad power has also won 2 grants funding to develop the new version of its micro CHP boiler (TwinGen) and the renewable version of its micro CHP technology.
Samad Power has been working under a joint development agreement for last 36 months with Johnson & Starley on the development of a domestic gas boiler incorporating the Samad gas turbine unit. Both Johnson & Starley and Baxi have recognized the game changing potential of Samad Power’s key innovations, and are looking to develop closer commercial relationships.