Intelligent Energy awarded grant from the Advanced Propulsion Centre

UK-based fuel cell engineering company Intelligent Energy has been awarded a grant by the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC).

The grant will fund an APC programme which will enable Intelligent Energy to expand manufacturing and help develop the UK’s fuel cell system supply chain.

For the programme, Intelligent Energy will partner with Changan, China’s 4th largest car manufacturer, and ADL, a leading UK-based bus manufacturer. The programme will see Intelligent Energy integrate its latest generation high powered fuel cell systems into the programme partners’ SUVs and buses.

“This APC award comes at just the right time for Intelligent Energy. UK Government support provides a strong platform for our automotive ambitions,” said David Woolhouse, CEO of Intelligent Energy.

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