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A 10-year, £1 billion ($1.69 billion) industry and U.K.-government project to develop low-carbon propulsion systems will based at the University of Warwick. Committing up to £200 million ($339.4 million) in U.K. technology projects this year, the Advanced Propulsion Centre says the university will be its hub location with regional spokes to be announced later this year. The hub facility, due to open in the fall, will give the U.K. automotive industry resources and facilities to ...
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