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DIATOMIC India Accelerator
West Midlands based companies developing clean technologies are invited to apply to take part in a new six-month export-led programme led by Connected Places Catapult in partnership with the West Midlands Growth Company and the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce.
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Maritime Accelerator 2024
Introducing the Maritime Accelerator 2024, a dynamic initiative powered by Connected Places Catapult, dedicated to nurturing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with pioneering solutions applicable to the maritime industry and beyond.
Hydrogen Innovation Initiative Demonstration 24-25
Companies can apply for up to £35k to demonstrate technology related to the production, conversion, distribution or end use of hydrogen.
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Freight Innovation Fund Accelerator Cohort 3
The UK Government has committed to a dedicated £7m cross-modal Freight Innovation Fund (FIF) as part of the Future of Freight strategy, which sets out the Government’s long-term vision for the UK freight sector.
Clean Futures Accelerator
Calling all West Midlands innovators. Apply to the Clean Futures Accelerator and receive up to £50K to push the boundaries of your technology.
Maritime transports
Transport Research and Innovation Grants 2024
Transport Research and Innovation Grants (TRIG) provide early-stage funding for innovations in science, engineering, or technology delivered by The Department for Transport's (DfT) project delivery partner, Connected Places Catapult.
Hydrogen Storage
Hydrogen Innovation Initiative Venture Building Programme
Develop collaborative ventures to commercialise hydrogen technologies for logistics, centred around the river Thames.
High speed rail
HS2 Accelerator
Connected Places Catapult, in partnership with HS2 Ltd and the Department for Transport, has launched its search for six small businesses to develop new technology ideas for the rail scheme; to be selected for trial and funded by HS2 and its main contractors.