Coventry to host £30m clean transport lab

A £30 million agreement to build a clean transport laboratory in Coventry has been signed. Coventry University and German engineering service provider FEV inked the deal to spearhead research into […]

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By Priyanka Shrestha

A £30 million agreement to build a clean transport laboratory in Coventry has been signed.

Coventry University and German engineering service provider FEV inked the deal to spearhead research into advanced powertrain development over the next decade.

Researchers and engineers will test and aim to improve the performance and emissions on a range of different powertrain concepts, including hybrid, electric, conventional and alternative fuel propulsion systems.

The new low carbon technology centre will be opened next to the university’s recently launched £7 million National Transport Design Centre (NTDC).