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Annual report: driving the electric revolution challenge

The annual reports of the driving the electric revolution challenge at UK Research and Innovation (UKRI).

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Driving the electric revolution: 2021 annual report (PDF)

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Driving the electric revolution: 2020 annual report (PDF)

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The driving the electric revolution challenge at UKRI is an £80 million investment into the UK’s power electronics, machines and drives (PEMD) sector.

Their annual report sets out how this cross-sector challenge is a main building block in delivering the technology needed to reach net zero by 2050.

It is a field where the UK already has a track record. But the challenge’s investment is rapidly accelerating innovation, building partnerships across industries, and helping ensure the UK can develop capabilities fit for the future.

With a focus on strengthening and developing UK supply chains the investments made by the challenge are supporting business and researchers to fill gaps in electrification supply chains.

Their four open access Driving the Electric Revolution Industrialisation Centres set up by the challenge are helping develop the next generation of PEMD products.

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