Research and analysis

Advanced Propulsion Centre: process evaluation

A study to evaluate the process and early implementation of the Advanced Propulsion Centre programme.

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Advanced Propulsion Centre: process evaluation

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Advanced Propulsion Centre: process evaluation - tables and figures

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Details

The Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) is a joint government and industry funded programme to research, develop and commercialise low carbon propulsion technologies.

This study considers if the processes for allocating APC funding are working well; how they could be improved; and whether they offer the best possible value for money.

Published 11 February 2016