November 2021

Ogle supports a number of initiatives featuring at COP26

The 2021 Glasgow Conference of the Parties (COP) takes place this month and will be the 26th meeting attended by countries that signed the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change – a treaty that was agreed upon in 1994.

Experts view this year as one of the most pivotal for the fight against the climate crisis as countries which have signed the Paris Agreement are due to submit the next iterations of their national emission goals.

Here at Ogle, we’re proud to support the industry pioneers developing the latest technology to tackle some of the world’s most pressing climate challenges, with a number of models and prototypes produced here at Ogle on display. This industry is one of the most innovative and new businesses are entering the market every day.

From wind energy, electric vehicles, energy storage and electric car charging points to fuel cell power generation and solar/photovoltaic, we’re supporting these companies to help create tomorrow’s clean technology.

Past environmental projects

We’ve had the pleasure of working with a number of different businesses to create a Marine Turbine Model, Unmanned Surface Vessel, Food Waste Container and Food Testing Device.

The latter was taken to a global exhibition, where Bob Steele, Director and Chief Technical Officer, said: “The customer service and finishing were outstanding. They immediately grasped what we were trying to achieve and everything we asked for was completed to the highest standard. Ogle and Matt White specifically made some excellent suggestions that just made the model pop.

“We’re absolutely thrilled. The biggest compliment I can give Ogle is that everyone who has seen it at trade shows wants to keep it. We’re forever asking for the model back.”

Whether you’re attending COP26 or watching it on the news, keep an eye out for current work once announced at COP26.

If you have an upcoming project, click here to upload your files for our technical team to review.

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