Low Carbon Technology Research Grant

The Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) is to invest in a limited number of collaborative research and development (R&D) pre-production match funded projects.

Projects must demonstrate the development of on-vehicle technologies and vehicle infrastructure interfaces, for either on or off-road vehicles. Technologies must be based around one or more of the Auto Council’s 4 strategic technologies:

-electric machines and power electronics

-energy storage and energy development

-lightweight vehicle and powertrain structures

-thermal propulsion

These projects are required to:

-deliver significant reductions in vehicle CO2 emissions and improvements in air quality

-strengthen UK capability

-develop the UK’s supply chain in the field of low carbon vehicle propulsion or lightweight systems technology

This competition follows a 2 stage process consisting of an application and an interview stage.

Funding type: Grant

Project size: Total eligible project costs should range from £5 million to £40 million. The duration should be between 18 and 42 months.

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