top of page
  • pmvinay

ZEM Fuel Systems awarded a place on Net Zero Technology Centre's TechX Accelerator

The Net Zero Technology Centre has today announced its 2022 start-up cohort. Twelve clean energy start-ups, selected from over 200 applications spanning 43 countries, have gained a place on the award-winning TechX Clean Energy Accelerator programme, which began in late February 2023. Each company received up to £100,000 funding, while benefitting from mentorship and access to NZTC’s global energy network, including support from the programme’s industry-leading partners: BP, Equinor and ADNOC. ZEM Fuel Systems is one of the 12 start-ups in the 2022 cohort and will use this opportunity to commercialise its game-changing Direct Ammonia Fuel Cell technology with a view to commercialise clean Ammonia utilisation globally.

The TechX graduation is scheduled for June 2022.



bottom of page