By 2023 TTPi will be recognised as transforming electronics for sustainable transport and energy systems

TTPi Ltd. was formed to further develop, apply and commercialise IP & knowhow relating to power electronics solutions created by the founders and their fellow researchers at the University of Nottingham and across the EPSRC Power Electronics Centre.

TTPi already have £2m in collaborative funding:
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  • Innovate UK
    £2m 70% Innovate UK Grant funded development programmes
  • TTPi + University of Nottingham + RAM Innovations
    To develop a high power embedded module manufacturing process
  • TTPi + AEM + Bentley Motors
    To develop novel high speed SR motor drive & control for high performance electric car

Plus £200k of projects from key customers in 3 focus application areas:
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  • Automotive
    Electric van manufacturer
    9 phase OBC for taxi application
  • Industrial
    Leading global pump manufacturer
    Integrated drive
  • Grid interface
    National Grid
    Interface Demonstrator