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£25M awarded to scope scale-up of electric vehicle technology
The Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) has announced winners sharing around £25m of government funding to assess if projects are ready for scale-up to support the growth of manufacturing and expansion of businesses in the UK automotive supply chain.
International event championing UK automotive sector
The UK Government has launched a global showcase on the strength of the UK automotive sector and its world-leading capability in low-carbon vehicle technology development.
Manure-powered tractor harvests vegetables
British Christmas dinner tables this year could feature vegetables harvested by low carbon, cow dung-powered tractor, following Government backing.
The UK could be the ideal ecosystem for EV investors
Research by the UK government-backed Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) has detailed how companies attending this year’s JSAE could benefit from up to £24bn of opportunities within the UK EV market over the next five years.
Range of next-gen automotive technology unveiled at JSAE
From hydrogen fuel cells through to electric superchargers, hybrid powertrains and automated eCall systems, a host of innovative, UK-developed technologies were on display later at Japan’s largest and most important automotive technology event, JSAE.
UK automotive companies confirmed for battery trade fair
Taking place in Stuttgart, Germany, on 7th to 9th May, the Britain is GREAT pavilion, managed by the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC), will form an integral element of the Electric & Hybrid / Battery Show. The UK delegation will showcase their next generation solutions and services along the entire H/EV supply chain, including electrical powertrains and components, battery management systems, materials, testing and recycling.
Automotive technology SMEs secure international orders worth millions
Findings from a new survey have revealed that Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) involved in the development of low carbon technologies have secured long term orders with an annual value worth up to £1.5m by exhibiting on a UK Government Pavilion managed by the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC).