Funded Projects

 

We work to make sure that the UK remains competitive in the race to create a cleaner tomorrow. Every project we support anchors and grows the UK’s capabilities through the research, development and production of low-carbon automotive technologies and processes.

Find out about some of the cutting-edge, low-carbon, propulsion innovations that we’re supporting.

Hyperdrive – Hybrid Driveline

This projects will develop a hybrid powertrain and e-clutch for vehicles with manual gearboxes, using hybrid propulsion to enable engine downsizing, while retaining performance.

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MCT ReMan – Drivetrain Integration, Supply Chain Upscaling and Streamlining (DISCUS)

This project integrated the high-efficiency axial flux motor, cooling system and gearbox into a next generation fuel cell electric vehicle.

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Potenza Technology – LEAP2

This project aims to develop a production-ready, innovative vehicle body electrical system, using powerline communications technology, to consolidate electrical architecture for weight reduction.

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PODSweep

This project will develop the PODSweep - the UK's first autonomous electric road sweeper - created to reduce the harmful environmental impact created, while improving safety and productivity through the autonomous control system.

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Alsitek Limited

This project sought to characterise a new material technology that could not only act as a filter media in air cabin filtration systems, but also in vehicle after treatment exhaust systems.

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Constellium – ALIVE

The project will take a major step with disruptive high strength aluminium alloys, and processing and joining technologies, enabling new enclosure design concepts for the manufacture of both vehicle integration structures and battery enclosures.

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Ford – eSHADOW  

This research project aims to develop a hybrid material structural engineering tool to promote lightweight design and verification for product development processes.

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Jaguar Land Rover – TUCANA

This project aims to develop stiffer and lighter body structures, through the research and development of composite materials, to enable mainstream electrification of common vehicle platforms.

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Intelligent Energy – ZERE

Find out how Intelligent Energy, Suzuki and more came together to develop novel hydrogen fuel cell scooters, which are being trialled by the Metropolitan Police.

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BMW – HP-LiSD

This project developed a high-power lithium ion storage device to improve power-to-weight ratio in current hybrid lithium ion batteries.

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