Coventry University is building a new £2m ($2.8m) hydrogen fuel cell development facility that will support the UK in its bid to become a leader in sustainable mobility.
The Centre for Advanced Low Carbon Propulsion Systems (C-ALPS) is set to oversee the construction of a dedicated 100 square metre hydrogen fuel cell lab that, alongside an upgrade of its powertrain test cells, will assess hydrogen power systems for use in environmentally friendly vehicles.
The new facilities will be housed inside a £50m ($70m) research centre that opened at the university’s Technology Park in 2018 to accelerate the transport sector’s progression to carbon-zero mobility.
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