A new Singapore Trade and Transport Impact program will open for global startups to look into tackling decarbonisation in Singapore.

Backed by program partners including Cargill, DNV GL, Hafnia, Mitsubishi Corp’s subsidiary MC Shipping, Vale, and Wilhelmsen, and supported by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), the program will be opened for global startups to apply from now until 10 April 2020.

Corporate and venture development firm Rainmaking, which is driving the program, expects to identify more than 1,000 startups with the relevant technologies and business models to tackle decarbonisation.

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