Global Nano Network was selected as 1 of 14 cutting-edge technology companies to participate in the, Technology Developer Accelerator Programme (TDAP) launched and funded by the UK’s Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC).
Josh Denne, APC’s Head of SME programmes, said:
“There is a global race to decarbonise transport, and as the UK’s ban on the sale of new petrol and diesel engines grows closer, the APC are on a mission to accelerate high-ambition, high-potential UK-based start-ups and SMEs with great tech concepts that could help reduce harmful greenhouse emissions from road transport. This latest cohort of our accelerator programme is once again a celebration of UK start-up and SME-led innovation and demonstrates how the drive within our ecosystem to develop new net-zero technology businesses is not slowing. Supported by our expert industry panel, the APC has selected these 14 companies from a highly competitive round of applications. We have attracted a fascinating range of tech businesses to this round of TDAP. Alongside some fantastic hardware-based concepts, we are seeing a growth in software-based innovation that can drive carbon and cost out of vehicle development and manufacturing. As our ecosystem shifts its focus towards net zero, we are seeing new process technologies which could help drive emissions out of the supply chain for clean mobility technologies. The team at the APC are excited to work with these 14 companies over the coming months to enable them to forge their routes ahead and accelerate their progress.”
Ravi Daswani, CEO of Global Nano Network, said:
“We are delighted to have been selected for the TDAP programme as we are confident that this grant offered by the APC will help Global Nano Network accelerate the development of our innovation and support us with our commercialisation strategy.