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£24.3m allocated by the ACP to tackle hydrogen-fuelled engines and fuel cell efficiency

£24.3m allocated by the ACP to tackle hydrogen-fuelled engines and fuel cell efficiency

The UK Government and industry has provided £24.3m ($33.4m) funding in support of two innovative hydrogen projects targeting fuel cell charging times and hydrogen-fuelled engines for commercial transport.

Both of these projects will receive funding as part of a wider investment revealed today (August 18) which has seen the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) receive a total of £91.7m ($126m) to accelerate the automotive industry to zero-emissions.

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From the £24.3m ($33.4m) funding for hydrogen technologies, £14.6m ($20m) will be allocated to a project led by Cummins that is aiming to develop a novel zero carbon, hydrogen-fuelled engine in Darlington.

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