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Electrical Energy Systems

KTN is working with ENGIE through the iX programme to support CGIF around a number of themes around electrical energy systems. KTN engages with Energy Systems Catapult on iX.

KTN is working with ENGIE through the iX programme to support CGIF around a number of themes around electrical energy systems.

KTN engages with Energy Systems Catapult on iX.

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Louise Jones

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Funding Opportunities

iX challenge: Recycled Aluminium Conductor Cable

An InnovateUK KTN Innovation Exchange client is seeking innovative approaches to rapidly recycling and reusing aluminium alloy cables as a high voltage conductor.

Opens: 13/12/2021 Closes: 18/02/2022

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Novel energy storage for sea and land based applications

The Innovate UK KTN Innovation Exchange programme is working alongside a British multinational company that is trying to overcome a significant challenge related to energy storage. To help address this challenge, the company is looking for solution providers across the research and innovation ecosystem.

Opens: 10/01/2022 Closes: 21/02/2022

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ISCF Modernising Energy Data Applications SBRI Competition Briefing

As part of the Industrial Strategy, the Government will invest in the “Prospering from the Energy Revolution” Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) to make the UK a global centre for integrated energy systems that deliver cleaner and cheaper energy.

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04.01.2022

Apply now for the Faraday Battery Challenge Investment Programme 2022

Last year Innovate UK and Innovate UK KTN ran the first Faraday Battery Challenge Investment Readiness Programme, with every single SME in the 2021 cohort seeing a positive outcome ranging from investment to partnership opportunities. If you’re an SME in the electric vehicle battery sector, apply now for the 2022 programme!

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02.12.2021

Breathe Battery Technologies receives £1.5m investment following the Faraday Battery Challenge Investment Readiness Programme

Breathe Battery Technologies, an advanced battery management software developer based in London, received £1.5m investment led by Speedinvest. This comes as a direct outcome of Breathe’s participation in the Investment Readiness Programme run jointly in 2021 by the Faraday Battery Challenge and Innovate UK KTN.

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