West Midlands, UK – Global Nano Network (GNN) is honored to be selected as one of the 20 leading SMEs in the West Midlands to participate in the Clean Futures Accelerator programme. This initiative, launched and funded by Connected Places Catapult in collaboration with the Black Country Innovative Manufacturing Organization, Coventry University, and CU Services Limited, focuses on challenge-led areas such as greener electric vehicle components, the circular economy of transport, road freight alternatives, greener transport infrastructure, and future fuels.

Les Gill, the Chief Operating Officer from the company said:

“The Clean Futures Accelerator presents an opportunity for us to co-create a data simulation model and digital twin of our bespoke manufacturing processes; a fundamental building block in our ability to rapidly test, fail fast and deliver exceptional disruptive innovation.”

For more details, read the official press release here.