Haydale recently announced that they have been awarded funding of £138,549, or roughly USD$192,290, for the development of hydrogen fuel cell tanks by the Advanced Propulsion Centre.
The Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC)’s goal is to support the future of green automotive manufacturing, and to accelerate the United Kingdom’s transition to net-zero emission vehicles.
Having sent a total of £9.4 million of public funding to studies looking to scale low-carbon emission vehicle technologies, such as Haydale’s fuel cell tanks. To quote Keith Broadbent, CEO of Haydale, “We see hydrogen tank development as a key technology area going forward. Following commercially focused research and development in this area, we continue to advance our functionalization process to help create high-strength durable hydrogen tanks.”
For more information about the award, see this post by Graphene Info.
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