Businesses to receive funding for low-carbon propulsion technology

24 October 2014 #SMMT News

The Advanced Propulsion Centre has launched the new Technology Developer Accelerator Programme (TDAP) to support companies developing innovative low-carbon propulsion technologies that can be applied to the automotive industry.

Successful applicants will receive match funding for their project, as well as expert advice from specialists in the field to help develop their technology.

The TDAP is also open to businesses that are already using a low-carbon propulsion technology in a different sector such as marine or aerospace, and need guidance to transfer this technology to the automotive industry.

The Advanced Propulsion Centre is looking for technologies at an early stage of development. The TDAP will be particularly helpful to businesses that need guidance in areas such as business planning, validating the product, testing or understanding the viability of the technology.

The deadline for applications is midday on Friday 31 October. For more information and to apply visit the Advance Propulsion Centre website.

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