WMG leading £14 million UK automotive battery research project

17th September 2015 | 0 Comments
 
WMG leading £14 million UK automotive battery research project
AMPLiFII’s work will support UK companies seeking to use new technologies and processes in vehicle battery systems

A new automotive battery pack manufacturing research centre is to be set up in Coventry and will work on developing the next generation of traction batteries for electric and hybrid vehicles. The University of Warwick’s WMG will lead a 14 million consortium known as AMPLiFII (Automated Module-to-pack Pilot Line for Industrial Innovation). Government agency Innovate UK is funding the project to the tune of £10 million.

The rest of this article is for subscribers only:
Log inSubscribe

Tags: , , , , ,

Category: UK News

Buy subscriptions, premium industry reports, and business directory entries in our shop. | Dismiss

[ + ]