APC makes up to £30 million available for development of low carbon powertrain technologies in the UK
Mon 30 April 2018 | Back to news list
The Advanced Propulsion Centre’s (APC) 10th funding competition, APC10, is making up to £30 million available for the development of low carbon powertrain technologies in the UK.
The APC is looking for applications from UK-based R&D projects that require funding for technologies which significantly reduce carbon dioxide emissions and improve air quality. The projects must focus on technologies directly linked with the long-term development of zero-emission capability in the automotive industry, such as:
alternative propulsion systems
electric machines and power electronics
energy storage and energy management
lightweight vehicle and powertrain structures
thermal propulsion systems
The APC is looking for projects that support the UK’s long-term capabilities in the design, build and manufacture of zero emission vehicles.
To find out more information and apply, please see the associated link.
30 April 2018 – Competition opens
2 May 2018 – Applicant briefing event
9 May 2018 – Online briefing event
27 June 2018 12:00pm – Competition closes
16 July 2018 – Applicants invited to interview
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