For the fourth consecutive year, the Net Zero Technology Centre is looking to support start-ups active in the clean energy space, including those developing green and blue hydrogen technologies, with up to £100,000 through its TechX Accelerator programme.
Applications for TechX Accelerator opened today (August 23), with 12 selected start-ups set to benefit from both financial support and expert support. With this, the Net Zero Technology Centre hopes to accelerate the transition to net zero.
This year, technology focus areas include renewable energy technologies, such as green and blue hydrogen and other clean fuels, carbon capture, usage and storage (CCUS), digitalisation and technologies that reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the oil and gas industry.
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