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Paul Groves

Paul Groves

Business Development Director, EcoDuct Ltd

Paul Groves is a specialist in the creation and maintenance of optimal Indoor Environmental Quality - good, clean, sustainable and energy efficient air! He is an Experienced Business Development Executive that has spearheaded global market development from the US to Singapore and Australia and all over Europe - across 4 continents and 16 countries, resulting in the company being included in the 2016 Sunday Times Tech Track 100 index of the fastest growing technology companies in the UK. A fellow of the Institute of Directors, he is skilled in Value Growth, Business Planning, Business Development, Marketing Strategy, Sales Management and Strategy and Brand Development and Promotion. He has a passion for low carbon, innovative and transformative technologies and products and the delivery of optimal IEQ (Indoor Environmental Quality), with a particular focus on pre-insulated non-metallic ductwork and the sustainable, energy efficient and cost-effective delivery of conditioned air. EcoDuct Ltd, of which he is a Director and Founding Shareholder, specialises in transformative ductwork technology, providing unique, high performance, non-metallic, pre-insulated ductwork systems, with circular, flat oval, square and rectangular options in all dimensions, saving energy, cutting costs and reducing environmental impact, delivering clean uncontaminated air with no ‘green premium'. A comprehensive range of cutting-edge and fully compliant innovations enhance energy efficiency, minimise environmental impact, and ensure optimal indoor air quality. EcoDuct's commitment to sustainability and net zero aligns with the global drive toward environmentally-friendly practices, shaping a more sustainable and greener future for the construction industry. EcoDuct Transformative Technology raises the bar for future ductwork design and specification for new build, retrofit and modular and commercial, industrial and residential applications.


The Built Environment has the most potential for reductions in carbon and energy and success on the road to net zero. It is therefore critical to identify materials and processes that can optimise this.