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Government consultation on the phase out of new non-zero emission HGVs

Decarbonising heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) presents a bigger challenge than the light duty sector when moving away from fossil fuels. The fuels we use, vehicle duty cycles and distance travelled are intrinsically linked, allowing products and applications to deliver their function. Logistics operations operate at very lean margins and demanding delivery windows. As consumers, we demand goods at particular times and at keen prices. Learn more about how the viable routes to decarbonising HGV's in the UK.

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Opportunities in passenger car electrification

In this report we’ve identified 12 key opportunities that the UK is particularly well placed to address. If the UK organisations seize these opportunities, the UK could secure a forecasted £24 billion by 2025. Broken down by technology types, you can find out about the strategically-identified areas where the competitive strength of the UK’s supply chain makes it the perfect place to develop low-carbon technology

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‘Collaboration is essential for our zero-carbon future’ article

This article gives a global perspective on the opportunities for the automotive industry and highlights the importance of greater Japanese-British collaboration to achieve net-zero goals.

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Building a robust magnet supply chain for the UK’ Report

Securing a robust magnet manufacturing supply chain The ‘Building a robust magnet supply chain for the UK’ report highlights key opportunities and recommendations to keep UK-based sectors competitive in the global green recovery. In the global race to industrialise technology for a net-zero future, this report shares key elements needed for the UK to secure a robust magnet manufacturing supply chain.

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Transport Energy Network Report 2020

The Transport Energy Network Report shares key insights into how UK net-zero emission ambitions can be realised. The findings were based on a series of workshops hosted by the APC, Zemo Partnership and the University of Brighton which included cross sector participants from industry, academia, consultancies, as well as government and non-government organisations.

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Impact Report 2020

Explore our and our projects’ achievements to date and the impact the first six years of our journey has had on the UK automotive industry in the Impact Report 2020.

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Automotive Battery Chemical Supply Chain Report Summary

‘Automotive batteries – A £4.8bn a year supply chain opportunity by 2030 for UK chemical and material companies’ was released on the 30/04/2019. The report examines the UK Chemical Supply Chain for Battery Manufacture, giving guidance on opportunities and showcasing the potential for the UK chemical sector to capture a £4.8bn per annum market share by 2030 meeting the needs of UK-built vehicles alone. The report was produced by E4tech, commissioned by the Advanced Propulsion Centre and Innovate UK, supported by the Knowledge Transfer Network and Warwick Manufacturing Group.

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Roadmap Report: Towards 2040

The Roadmap Report, Towards 2040: A Guide to Automotive Propulsion Technologies explores the Automotive Council roadmaps in more detail. It identifies the key trends that will determine future powertrain development and provides summaries of how future vehicles and technologies might evolve to meet both customer and environmental requirements. The report delves into each vehicle sector and technology area, offering organisations guidance on the innovation opportunities in the automotive industry.

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The UK Chemicals and Process Supply Chain for Battery Manufacture Report

This report published by the Electrical Energy Storage Spoke, WMG, University of Warwick, explores the opportunities in the UK for battery manufacturing. It highlights key areas in which the UK is well positioned to take advantage of and drive battery innovation.

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Capability Study

We conducted this study to identify the potential disruptions to established supply chains and what the opportunities are to develop the low carbon technologies that will power the next generation of vehicles. To find out what opportunities are available on the road ahead, download your copy of the UK Capability Study.

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