Low carbon vehicles win £84m public-private funding boost

Madeleine Cuff
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Low carbon vehicles win £84m public-private funding boost

Cash injection in low emission technology comes as hydrogen-powered double decker buses, low-carbon powertrains, and lightweight bodywork projects win grant funding

The low-carbon vehicle sector has secured an £84m cash injection to further develop promising clean vehicle technologies such as hydrogen engines, modular combustion systems and energy storage systems...

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