Low carbon vehicle technology projects sought for £20m UK funding pot

BusinessGreen staff
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Latest round of funding from government's Advanced Propulsion Centre aims to support projects which boost supply chain for low emission vehicle technologies

The latest round of low carbon vehicle funding opens for applications next week in a bid to bolster the domestic supply chain for clean automotive technologies, the UK's Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC)...

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