Northern Ireland clean tech pioneer wins Innovate UK funding to power energy transition, creating up to 100 new skilled jobs

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Belfast-based Ionic Technologies has been announced as the largest recipient from the first phase of a £15 million UK government fund.

The grant will be use to scale up production of the rare earths needed to manufacture renewable energy technologies and drive decarbonisation globally, creating up to 100 new skilled jobs in the process.

Marking the official opening of Ionic Technologies’ demonstration plant, Lord Dominic Johnson, Minister for Investment at the Department for Business and Trade attend as his first engagement during his week-long stay in Northern Ireland for the NI investment summit, which he is hosting.

Period12 Sept 2023

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  • TitleNorthern Ireland clean tech pioneer wins Innovate UK funding to power energy transition, creating up to 100 new skilled jobs
    Degree of recognitionInternational
    Media name/outletBelfast City
    Media typeWeb
    Country/TerritoryUnited Kingdom
    Date12/09/2023
    DescriptionBelfast-based Ionic Technologies has been announced as the largest recipient from the first phase of a £15 million UK government fund.

    The grant will be use to scale up production of the rare earths needed to manufacture renewable energy technologies and drive decarbonisation globally, creating up to 100 new skilled jobs in the process.

    Marking the official opening of Ionic Technologies’ demonstration plant, Lord Dominic Johnson, Minister for Investment at the Department for Business and Trade attend as his first engagement during his week-long stay in Northern Ireland for the NI investment summit, which he is hosting.
    URLhttps://www.belfastcity.gov.uk/investinbelfast/connections/news/northern-ireland-clean-tech-pioneer-wins-innovate
    PersonsPeter Nockemann