Paul Egan, CEO

Paul has enjoyed a long career in wireless technology and IoT. In the early 90s he was part of the initial team at ARM. In the late 90s he joined CSR shortly after its creation, for 10 years playing a key role in design of its Bluetooth ICs, before co-founding LPWAN pioneer Neul in 2010. At Neul, which was acquired by Huawei in 2014, Paul served as VP, Business Development. Before joining 8power, Paul worked as principal consultant at the Digital Catapult starting the IoTUK project.


Paul Egan

Martin Jackson, VP Engineering

Martin is an experienced technical leader and entrepreneur who has built multi-disciplinary, multi-site teams and co-founded four companies. Before joining 8power, Martin was Group Head of Technology at Elektron Technology plc. Prior to this, he served as VP Technology, VP Engineering and CTO at start-ups including Plastic Logic, Artimi, Frontier Silicon, Virata and Active Book.  Martin is non-executive director of DisplayLink, where he chairs the IP Committee.

Martin Jackson

Richard Green, Chairman

Richard is a serial entrepreneur, non-executive director and business mentor. He was co-founder and CEO of Ubisense, the award winning Industrial Internet of Things pioneer. Under Richard’s leadership Ubisense listed on the London Stock Exchange’s AIM growth market in 2011.

Prior to Ubisense, Richard co-founded Smallworld, an enterprise geospatial software company which listed on Nasdaq in 1996 and was acquired by GE in 2000.


Richard Green

Investor Directors

Robert Trezona, Non-executive Director

Robert is a Partner at IP Group and Head of Cleantech, with overall responsibility for the Cleantech portfolio.  Listed on the London Stock Exchange, IP Group is a fundamental technology investor leveraging its long-term partnerships with top UK and US universities.

Robert holds a Masters and PhD in materials science from the University of Cambridge.

Dr Robert Trezona

Keith Lomas, Investor Director

Keith is a seasoned technology investor with a focus on commercialising novel and patented ideas. Following a successful bond trading career in the City of London, Keith spent over 20 years as CEO of UltraVision CLPL, a leading medical devices group, completing a highly successful trade sale exit in 2018. Keith also has significant experience as a non-executive director and investor in numerous private and public companies; from start up to IPO and exits


Low Carbon Innovation Fund

The Low Carbon Innovation Fund (LCIF) is a co-investment fund aimed at companies developing or deploying environmentally beneficial technologies. LCIF is backed by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF), and operates under the authority of the UK Ministry of Housing, Communities & Local Government (MHCLG).