£100 million for CAV testing infrastructure

£100 million for CAV testing infrastructure

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The Chancellor of the Exchequer announced that there would be provision for £100 million for CAV testing infrastructure as part of the Future Transport Technology budget in the Autumn Statement.

"The government is providing £390 million in support for the transport technology of the future. This includes £80 million for charging infrastructure for electric vehicles and Enhanced Capital Allowances for businesses investing in new charge points, £150 million in support for low emission buses and taxis, £40 million of further support for the Plug-In-Car Grant, £20 million for the development of alternative fuels for HGVs and aviation, and £100 million for new connected and autonomous vehicle (CAV) testing infrastructure."

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