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Clean Maritime Demonstration Competition - Round 2

In partnership with the Department for Transport, Innovate UK hosted its round 2 briefing event on the 9th of June for the Clean Maritime competition. With £12 million available for investment in innovative feasibility studies and pre-deployment projects, the competition is part of a package launched by UK SHORE with the goal to transform the UK into a world leader in clean maritime tech.

Building on the great success of the first CMDC, this briefing was a perfect introduction into the scope of the competition and provided the opportunity for interested parties to network with potential partners. Speakers at the event included Bilaal Takoliya and Joe Boyland of DfT as well as James Lovett and Fanni Byrne of Innovate UK, alongside a range of 2 minute pitches from delegates in attendance.

You can find the key highlights of the session below and find out more about the competition:

You can also catch up on the full event video here:

Are you considering a bid for a future round of CDMC? Are you looking for partners or other support with that? Our team at Port City innovation Hub would be delighted to hear from you about your project which could be a fit for other participants on the programme. Please get in touch today.

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