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A global challenge to find the next generation of sustainable solutions
Banco Santander is launching a global challenge for startups and scaleups from 11 countries in order to find innovative and sustainable solutions for the automotive industry in different areas: mobility, logistics and transport, and carbon offset alternatives, supported by Formula 1®.
Santander has signed a three-year collaboration agreement with F1® to promote various sustainability initiatives. As part of the sponsorship collaboration, they've launched Santander X Global Challenge | Countdown to Zero, an open call for startups and scaleups driving the race to net zero. It will reward and support innovative solutions to the sustainability-related challenges arising from carbon emissions and will drive accelerated progress towards new solutions that will create lasting social and economic impact for the environment and millions of people around the world.
The best startups and scaleups will receive cash prizes for a total of 120,000 euros, access to Santander X 100, the opportunity to pitch to F1 experts and access to EIT InnoEnergy Innovation Engine.
The partnership aligns with the commitment made by F1® to be Net-Zero Carbon by 2030 as part of its sustainability strategy, which addresses how the wider sport can reduce carbon, including through innovative solutions for freight and logistics, as well as the introduction of 100% sustainable fuels in 2026.
C4C is developing a kind of additive material that acts as a carrier for CO2, mineralised it, scale it and uniformly dispersed throughout the concrete, which increases concrete strength, therefore reducing the amount of cement needed to produce it.
STAXY builds specific carpooling apps for different user groups, offering people a low-cost travel solution by using technology to effectively match users so they can carpool together, splitting the cost of travel whilst reducing their carbon footprint.
Ucaneo Biotech GmbH
Ucaneo has developed the world's first cell-free Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology leveraging a biocatalytic membrane to capture CO2 from the air. This will accelerate the creation of 2 markets: carbon credit market (CO2 storage) & carbon neutral products like synthetic fuels (CO2 processing).
New technology for thermal management and refrigeration of electronics and batteries for electrical cars. Their tech is completely silent and generates savings in weight and volume versus traditional ones.
Integrated membrane reactor that solves the H2 transport problem. Instead of transporting H2, which is difficult, end users can transport molecules with well known supply chains like ammonia or methanol and produce H2 onsite with yields higher than 95%.
Zeleros' vehicle combines a unique levitation system with a propulsion system based on an e-powered jet engine, like an electric plane traveling through a tube without wings. This unique combination minimizes infrastructure cost/kilometre and ensures a straight certification journey.
Basquevolt wants to play a major role in the electrification of our society by pushing technological boundaries, in particular by producing solid state batteries leading to a 30% cost reduction, a 40% increase in energy density and result in a safer product.
DeepDrive technology enables automakers to reach a 20% range increase of EVs without touching the battery. The design and manufacturing processes of their powertrains is optimised for mass production and hence very competitive in cost.
NÜWIEL’s eTrailer is the world’s first “zero-force” electric trailer for bikes available on the market, which can be used by any person regardless of gender, age or driving skills.
Solutions should focus on:
Technology-based startups and scaleups from 11 countries, with scalable and innovative solutions driving the race to net zero.
Startup category: legally incorporated in one of the participating countries, with a maximum annual income of $300,000, with $100,000 to $1 million capital raised and 25 employees maximum.
Scaleup category: legally incorporated for at least two years in one of the participating countries, with an annual income over $300,000, more than $1 million capital raised and over 25 employees.
€120.000 for 6 winners
Access to Santander X 100
FORMULA 1 GRAN PREMIO DE LA CIUDAD DE MÉXICO 2022
Banco Santander, leaders in responsible banking, are firmly committed to progress as well as inclusive and sustainable growth. Their pioneering and long-standing commitment to education, entrepreneurship, and employment through Santander Universities, which has been operating in this area for over 25 years, sets Banco Santander apart from the world's other financial institutions. Since its inception, the bank has allocated over €2.1 billion and supported more than 790,000 students, business professionals, and entrepreneurial projects through agreements with over 1,000 universities and institutions in 15 countries.
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