"I'm pleased to be able to announce a further two grant recipients as part of the first Impact Jersey open programme. Alongside the projects announced last month, these recipients reflect the diversity of ambition amongst local innovators and underline the significant impact this scheme can have for islanders".
Tony Moretta
CEO, Digital Jersey

Corporate and Residential Mobility Platform

JEV (EVie)

The Project

This project sees EVie develop an advanced mobility management platform to give businesses, property managers and property developers tools for user onboarding, subscription management, travel gamification, and advanced emissions reporting of its vehicles – ultimately aiming to motivate people to use alternative methods of transport.

It will help companies who are currently encouraged – and will likely in future be required – to report and reduce their Scope 3 emissions, which include commuter and business travel.

The scheme will also help fulfil the needs of housing developments, who are being encouraged by local planning regulation to provide shared transport options for future tenants.

The Impact

The project’s aim is to reduce CO2 emissions from travel as well as support goals around reducing traffic congestion and enabling a greater choice of transport options for islanders.

With more travellers incentivised to use alternative transport methods, there should a reduction in Jersey’s carbon emissions from travel – which currently make up 42% of the total figure – as well as traffic levels.


The Grant

The grant amount for this project is £71,558.

Proof of Concept: Streamlining Risk & Insurance Management for Jersey’s Fiduciary Services Sector

Henry Burton, SPX Limited

The Project

This project involves developing and validating a proof of concept for a risk and insurance management platform for Jersey’s fiduciary services sector.

The platform would use AI to assess risk level and map this onto a fiduciary risk dashboard, reducing risks and protecting a share of the £1 trillion of client assets which Jersey has responsibility for.

The Impact

By helping Jersey’s fiduciary services sector to reduce risk and improve productivity, the platform aims to increase the attractiveness of Jersey as a place to do business, and with it the amount of foreign investment flowing into it – ultimately growing the economy and boosting a key sector.

The Grant

The grant amount for this project is £75,000.