Welcome To The

Next Generation of Nanotechnology

Welcome To

Next Generation of Nanotechnology

Welcome to the

Next Generation of Nanotechnology

Welcome to the
Next Generation of Nanotechnology

NextGen Nano is a high-tech company with a focus on the empowerment of the individual. By decentralising power generation from governments and traditional grids, we are striving to have a deliberate positive environmental impact, whilst reducing reliance on pollutants and finite materials.

About Us

NextGen Nano has developed benchmark IP that may hold the key to advancements in the decentralising of energy, in line with recent Government CO2 emission and climate policy goals.

Our breakthrough technology replaces existing solutions (fabricated with pollutant, finite materials) with earth-friendly biopolymers. This breakthrough enables NextGen Nano to develop solar cells that produce energy with unrivalled efficiency at a far lower cost than existing hardware.

This technology allows robust, transparent cells to be applied to flexible surfaces, thus making it more usable and cost-effective than ever before, as well as practical for multiple potential real-world applications.

PARIS, FRANCE - SEP 25, 2018: One above another iPhone Xs and Xs Max smartphone model by Apple Computers close up of newest golden iPhone mobile phone device on technology blue reflective background



Nanotechnology is a rapidly growing technology with potential applications in many sectors of the global economy, namely healthcare …


Record solar demand in China has shifted the outlook on global PV installations for 2017, according to the latest Global Solar …

Electric Vehicles

The last four years have seen a remarkable surge in demand for electric vehicles in the UK – new registrations of plug-in cars increased…


NextGen’s advanced technology has the potential to transform existing markets, and to open many new ones, by way of decentralised energy applications, including: electric vehicles; next generation motor and sail yachting; planes and drones; transportable and wearable electronics; windows and shades; and military hardware.



Not only are polymer solar cells lightweight and flexible, they are transparent in the visible range, inexpensive and easy to manufacture. Additionally, there exists a wide range of available materials for use as the active materials in these photovoltaic devices.

Jianyu Yuan

We live in a world bathed in 5,000 times more energy than we consume as a species in the year, in the form of solar energy.

Peter Diamandis
engineer,physician, entrepreneur, founder and chairman of X Prize Foundation.

Companies that invest in the future. It is important that electric mobility is ready for the market as quickly as possible.

Angela Merkel
Kamenz, Germany, May 2017

The current UK Government has consistently kept to a positive policy message on electric vehicles during 2017. Michael Gove, the Environment Secretary, warned at the time that Britain “can’t carry on with petrol and diesel cars because of the damage that they cause to people’s health and the planet.

BBC, July 2017

China is placing itself at the forefront of the push by the auto industry to ‘go electric’, especially given the central government’s supportive policies. To me, that creates a tremendous opportunity.

Brian Gu
chairman of Asia Pacific investment banking at JP Morgan Chase & Co.,15 January, 2018

Our Team


Dr Franky SO

Inventor and CTO

Matthew Stone

Commercialisation Director

Duncan Clark

Director of Operations

Lord Mackenzie

Board Adviser

Dr Carr Ho

Research Scientist

Contact Info

Address :

Tower 42, 25 Old Broad St,

London EC2N 1HQ

Contact Us :

Phone: +44 (0) 2038 564 143

Email: [email protected]

Hours :

Monday – Friday 9am – 5pm

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