Green propulsion research centre opens at Bristol and Bath Science Park

A £70m green propulsion research centre which aims to develop sustainable and affordable low-emission transport technologies has opened at the Bristol & Bath Science Park in the UK.

Chief Secretary to the Treasury, John Glen MP, and Metro Mayor Dan Norris officially launched the 11,300sqm IAAPS centre, which is part of the University of Bath.

The event was attended by prominent guests from industry, academia and trade bodies as well as 250 representatives from regional and national government, including Chris Skidmore, MP for Kingswood, and Chair of the Net Zero Review.

The facility has been funded by the University of Bath, the UK Government’s Research England and the West of England Mayoral Combined Authority.

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