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News & Press: February 2020

APC latest newsletter - up to £30 million available through AC15

06 February 2020  
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The following newsletter from APC  UK contains some relevant business support and advice from the industry.

Up to £30 million available through AC15

The latest grant funding competition, APC15, is now open for applications. Businesses with a UK entity can apply for a share of up to £30 million match funding, for UK-developed late-stage R&D, to support growth in advanced low carbon propulsion capability in the automotive sector. Find out how you can secure funding by clicking here.

TDAP Wave 4 Closes

The fourth Wave of our Technology Developer Accelerator Programme is now closed. The programme targets technology developers with early-stage low emissions innovations, both on and off-vehicle technology, helping to kick-start their development and commercialisation journey. To find out more about the SME support programmes, click here.

Join the Best of British at JSAE 2020, Japan

Expressions of interest are now open for UK organisations to join the UK Pavilion at JSAE 2020. The Pavilion acts as a landing point for British innovation at the show, attracting a large Japanese audience. There is also the opportunity to present at the UK's Technical Congress at the show. To find out more and see how you can join, click here.

Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce launches report

The Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce has released its first report focusing on preparing the energy system for an electric vehicle revolution, putting the vehicle user at the heart of the matter. The report highlights key focus areas for Government and Industry during this period of change. Find out more here.

The Faraday Institution launches new Industry Fellowship programme

The Faraday Institution has launched a new programme aiming to strengthen ties between industry and academic battery researchers in the UK. The Industry Fellowships will enable academics and industrialists to undertake collaborative energy storage research projects. Find out more here

To read the newsletter click here.