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32 climate tech companies participating in Tech Nation Net Zero 2.0

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The lowdown on the innovative companies that have been accepted into Net Zero 2.0, the programme dedicated to supporting the UK’s most promising climate tech companies

An impressive cohort of 32 climate tech companies have just been accepted into the second iteration of Tech Nation’s Net Zero programme, the government-backed programme that aims to support the most promising climate tech companies to accelerate the UK’s path to net zero. 

Net_Zero_Icon_Large-This year’s successful companies were assessed by a judging panel which included climate specialists, investors and senior representatives from a host of leading companies across key industries.  The companies were judged based on their scalability and potential to help the UK reach its high-priority net zero goal and are all actively decarbonising key sectors across energy and electricity, transport, buildings and cities, and agriculture. 

Each of the companies participating in Net Zero 2.0 will be given unparalleled access to long-term investment opportunities, education, talent, exposure and a platform with which to influence green policies and create the optimum conditions for growth. 

So, without further ado, the successful companies for Net Zero 2.0 are:

ACT Blade - an Edinburgh-based Energy tech aiming to produce the next generation of wind turbine blades for a net-zero future. 

Ambue - an Oxford-based Proptech which gives people information and advice to use energy more efficiently in their homes.

Better Origin - an Agritech & foodtech business from Cambridge with a goal of democratising access to insect farming to help reduce the footprint of agriculture.

Bx Earth - a London-based Agritech & foodtech business which fuses technology with nature to transform how we grow food. 

Carbon Infinity - a  Carbon removal & offsetting business from London which is developing a cost-effective, modular technology to remove carbon dioxide directly from the air in the atmosphere. 

CATAGEN - a Belfast-based Transport tech and clean air data company which provides emissions testing services to the world's leading car and motorcycle brands. 

NETZERO_2_Annoucement_Infographic-1Electric Assisted Vehicles Limited - an Oxford-based Transport tech business which provides last-mile transport solutions specifically designed for evolving urban environments.

EMSOL -  a Transport tech business from London which deploys leading-edge air pollution monitoring in conjunction with state-of-the-art, real-time vehicle tracking technology. 

Gardin - an Oxford-based Agritech & foodtech business aiming to empower food producers, reduce waste and make growing food more sustainable. 

Magway -  a Supply chain & transport tech business from London which provides an all-electric, zero-emissions, low-footprint, high-capacity delivery system. - a Reading-based Energy tech with a platform aiming to eliminate all wasted energy and greenhouse gas emissions from buildings.

Miralis Data - a Lancaster-based Transport tech business which supports the transition to zero-carbon vehicles and make companies more productive and efficient through better use of their vehicle fleets and the goods that travel on them. 

Oxwash - a Wash tech business from Oxford which offers sustainable, on-demand laundry and dry cleaning services to both B2B and B2C market segments. 

Paua Tech - a London-based Transport tech with an app to make public electric vehicle charging a simple experience.

PowerMarket - an Oxford-based Energy tech business aiming to digitalise and consolidate the entire life-cycle for enterprise solar assets.

Qualis Flow - a Proptech business from London enabling developers and construction teams to better manage their materials and waste. 

Earth Blox - an Edinburgh-based Environmental monitoring SaaS that allows up-skilling of global teams in planetary scale satellite intelligence.

Ripple - an Energy tech business from London enabling people and businesses to part-own large scale wind farms.

Satellite Vu - a Proptech from London which brings a new category of satellite data to solve our global challenges.

Solar Polar - a Peterborough-based Energy tech business that has developed solar cooling that delivers the cheapest Watt of cooling. 

Solivus - an Energy tech business from Westerham that aims to enable mega-buildings, homes and communities to lower their carbon footprint and generate their own local green energy through a suite of solar solutions. 

Sourceful - a Manchester-based end-to-end sourcing and supply chain platform focused on sustainability. 

tech nation logo.Sphera - a Proptech from Durham focusing on low carbon, next generation construction material alternatives for the race to Net Zero. 

Spherics Technology - a Bristol-based cloud-based platform aiming to help businesses measure, mitigate and manage their climate impact. 

Sunswap - a London-based Transport tech that is developing hardware and software to accelerate the decarbonisation of transport refrigeration. 

Supercritical - a Carbon removal and offsetting business from London aiming to help businesses get to net zero. 

Sylvera - a London-based business that uses machine learning and satellite data to rate nature based offset projects. 

The Tyre Collective - a Transport tech and cleantech business from London that is building innovative solutions to save our air from tyre wear. 

Tred - a Leeds-based consumer Fintech whose mission is to make money work for people and the planet. 

Unicorn Biotechnologies - a Biotech and Life Sciences from Cambridge that is developing a fully automated manufacturing platformfor cellular agriculture producers.

Xampla - a Cambridge-based Biotech and Life Sciences business making a replacement for specific microplastics and single use film packaging.

ZUoS - an Energy services platform from Edinburgh to plan and operate a decarbonised energy system. 

Congratulations to all! We can’t wait to see the impact that participating in the Net Zero programme will have on this fab array of innovative businesses.


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Published on: 15th September 2021

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