Driving tomorrow's transport solutions today

A joint-up approach to net zero vehicle technology

According to data from the World Economic Forum, heavy duty trucks are responsible for 25% of global road emissions, despite only representing 1% of total fleet vehicles. Decarbonising heavy-duty transport is therefore a high priority and will necessitate a joined-up approach between technology developers, vehicle manufacturers, infrastructure providers and governments to create affordable and sustainable alternatives for this substantial and strategic market sector.

Cars and lorries speeding along a road in both directions with trees and bushes on each side
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Fast track to greener heavy-duty mobility

IAAPS is working closely with industry partners on electrification solutions as well as hydrogen technology to fast track the decarbonisation of heavy-duty transport in the race to tackle climate change.

Current projects include the delivery of technologies and R&I for electric trucks with the aim to improve efficiency, charging speed and drive performance. 

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We are a collaborator of choice for sustainable partnerships underpinned by first-class infrastructure and one of the world's most highly respected and experienced propulsion research and engineering teams. 
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