IPG is extremely proud to announce we are in the running for a prestigious tech accolade at the National Technology Awards 2021, as a finalist in the ‘Startup Tech Company of the Year’ category.
The National Technology Awards, organised by National Technology News, is the most comprehensive celebration of technology this year, acknowledging the excellence and innovation of pioneering tech companies across the UK. With categories covering a range of specialisms, from healthcare through to energy and utilities, IPG are pleased to be shortlisted, alongside industry leaders and innovators, for ‘Startup Tech Company of the Year’.
This recognition follows our great success at CleanEquity® Monaco, an exclusive forum for innovators and investors in the clean-tech space, where IPG was awarded Runner-Up for ‘Excellence in the Field of Environmental Technology Research’.
“In the space of one week, to not only be awarded for our breakthrough technology designed to combat climate change, but to also receive recognition for the team behind it, is a truly proud moment for IPG.”
Speaking of the news, IPG’s CEO Toby Gill said, “In the space of one week, to not only be awarded for our breakthrough technology designed to combat climate change, but to also receive recognition for the team behind it, is a truly proud moment for IPG.”
“As with many businesses, our team was hit by the pressures of the pandemic but remains resolute in delivering our first pilot trial with Highways England.”
“To be selected as a finalist for Startup Tech Company of the Year is a privilege, and a true recognition of the dedication of our team towards achieving our mission to de-risk the transition to alternative fuels and enable businesses to end their reliance on diesel generators,” said Gill.
We look forward to joining industry leaders and innovators at the awards ceremony on 29th September 2021 at the London Marriott Hotel in Grosvenor Square.