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The Energy Agency granted 3eFlow a business development loan of four million kronas in 2014 for a project that aims to develop a highly efficient method of saving household tap water. Relating to automatic emptying and filling of water pipes.
It has now been announced which projects receive funding in the research E2B2’s fourth call. 19 projects which will contribute to energy efficiency and energy system transformation will total close to 54 million Swedish Kronas in funding.
The ten finalist companies represent the very best, latest and most innovative in the Nordic environmental technology final. Finalists have been selected through an extensive screening of over 100 applications.
3eflow have been nominated for a Luleå Business Award in the category of ‘Environment and Energy’ for their water and energy saving solution.
3eflow was founded by Erik Abbing in 2009 after 5 years of study at Luleå University of Technology for a Master of Science degree. Erik founded the company after hearing that the Californian energy department announced they were actively seeking a solution to the vast amounts of energy and water that is wasted by conventional tap water systems. For Erik, this seemed a natural challenge to undertake as his family has a long established provenance in the plumbing industry. After many years of research and development 3eflow holds several patents on the worlds first intelligent water system that tackles this problem. There are 9 people currently working with 3eflow and more patents are in the pipeline. The business model is based around the idea of selling its products to manufactures who can add value to their portfolio by incorporating 3eflow`s technology.