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Technology Intelligence

Technology Intelligence

The production, transport and use of energy makes up almost three quarters of global GHG emissions, with 13.6% of total emissions attributed to energy, representing one of the greatest opportunity areas for climate tech. Rapid scaling of low-carbon energy is critical to curbing emissions and keeping the world on track to meet the Paris Agreement goals. This new fundraising approach is responsible for driving a significant proportion of growth in climate tech, raising US$28bn in H and H1 2021, enough to account for a third of all funding. I’m ready to formally become a TTC Signatory and publicise my company’s commitment to inclusion and diversity in tech roles. The Tech Talent Charter is a non-profit organisation leading a movement to address inequality in the UK tech sector and drive inclusion and diversity in a practical and uniquely measurable way. From early stage funding advice to planning an exit, KPMG Private … Read More

The Uks Technology Trade Association

The Uks Technology Trade Association

Jobs and skills To make sure that the UK is a world-leading digital economy that works for everyone, it is crucial that people have the digital skills needed for life and work. Digital economy At techUK, our aim is to ensure the UK remains one of the best places to start and grow a tech firm with benefits for our people, society, economy and planet. Jack Sweeney created theTwitterbot @ElonJet, which tracks Musk’s Gulfstream private jet and posts real-time updates of its location from publicly available data. Leverage our tech network and collaborate with us to build your brand story. If you’d like to become a commercial partner or sponsor, we have a range of programmes, reports, events and campaigns you could get involved in.

This represents a 210% increase from the US$28.4bn invested in the twelve months prior. We are thrilled to confirm that the #TSTechSummit22 was a great … Read More

UK Automotive Trade Report 2021

UK Automotive Trade Report 2021

Industry companies realize that, just like every other digital sector, they must be transformed to meet customer demands. Today’s digital trends are very impressive in the automotive industry, which is good in light of the growing appetite for digitally improved customer experience. The COVID-19 pandemic shook up the automotive industry – along with every other industry – electric vehicles were moving steadily into the spotlight. The combined annual sales of battery electric vehicles and plug-in hybrid electric vehicles tipped over the two-million-vehicle mark for the first time in 2019. This much-anticipated milestone may have become overshadowed by economic uncertainty and changed consumer priorities, but there is value in taking stock of the electric vehicle market even now. Yet another sharp drop in November’s West European diesel car sales threatens to derail the autoindustry’s obligatory efforts to comply with the EU’s tough 95g/km fleet average levels by 2021.

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