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Denso Corporation 1-1, Showa-cho, Kariya, Aichi 448-8661, Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
Hitachi Astemo, Ltd. (Formerly Hitachi Automotive Systems, Ltd.) Shin-Otemachi Building, 2-2-1 Otemachi, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, 100-0004 Japan Major Parts Suppliers image
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Hyundai Mobis Co., Ltd. 203 Teheran Road (Yeoksam-dong), Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea Major Parts Suppliers image
AC Propulsion, Inc. 441 Borrego Ct. San Dimas, CA 91773 USA image
Aug 24, 2021

On August 19, Amte Power announced that it is shortly expected to be confirmed as a partner in a new UK Government funded project called CELERITAS to develop ultra-fast charging systems for electric and fuel cell vehicles. Funding for Project CELERITAS is being jointly delivered by the UK’s Advanced Propulsion Centre (APCUK), as well as each consortium member. The consortium includes BMW, bp, Amte Power, Sprint Power, Clas-SiC and Eltrium.
Targeting BMW’s future battery specifications and requirements, the battery platform will bring together innovations from each partner, including rapid charging cell technology being developed by Amte Power. While the current best-in-class charging systems take approximately 22 minutes for a 10%-80% charge for a 280-mile range, Sprint Power is aiming for its BEV platform to deliver an 80% charge in just twelve minutes. 

Amte Power press release

Aug 18, 2021

On August 18, Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) announced almost GBP 92 million combined government and industry funding has been committed to four innovative projects, aiming to tackle range anxiety and find solutions to decarbonise commercial and heavy-duty transport.  Together the four projects are estimated to prevent nearly 32 million tonnes CO₂, which is equivalent to the lifetime tailpipe emissions of 1.3 million cars and will help safeguard or create over 2,700 jobs. 
GBP 41.2 million of joint industry and government funding will be guided into a project (REECorner for EVs, Nuneaton) led by REE at their Engineering Centre of Excellence at the MIRA technology park in Nuneaton to develop and manufacture their REEcorner technology which packs critical vehicle components (including steering, braking, suspension, powertrain and control) into a single compact module located between the chassis and the wheel, enabling fully-flat EV platforms to meet the growing needs for efficient commercial electric vehicles.
GBP 26.2 million of joint industry and government funding has been committed to a project (BMW-UK-BEV, Oxford) led by BMW Group to develop an electric battery in Oxford that will rival the range of internal combustion engines. GBP 14.6 million of joint industry and government funding will be guided into a project (The BRUNEL project) led by Cummins to develop a novel zero carbon, hydrogen-fuelled engine in Darlington, to help decarbonise heavy-duty commercial transport.
GBP 9.7 million of joint industry and government funding will be committed into a project (Project CELERITAS) led by Sprint Power in Birmingham to create ultra-fast charging batteries for electric and fuel cell hybrid vehicles that can charge in as little as 12 minutes.

Advanced Propulsion Centre press release

Jul 16, 2021

On July 7, Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) announced 11 small to medium enterprises (SMEs) have been awarded a combined total of up to GBP 1.48 million. As part of APC’s Technology Developer Accelerator Programme (TDAP) each company will receive up to GBP 135,000 to help take their concept a step closer to being used by the automotive industry and helping drive the UK towards a net-zero emissions future.
The winners of the funding support include Composites Evolution – Derbyshire, D2H Advanced Technologies, Enable Manufacturing, Ilika Technologies, LiNa Energy, Maxpower Semiconductor UK, Oxford RF Solutions, Seren Technologies, Sigma Lithium, StoreDot UK and Westfield Sportscars.

Advanced Propulsion Centre press release