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Floating wind, captured mine heat, and net zero transport projects scoop government R&D funding

Latest round of UK Research and Innovation's (UKRI's) Strength in Places Fund delivers boost to 17 projects across the UK, including pioneering clean tech developments

Projects to develop a net zero transport supercluster in the Midlands, heat Glasgow homes using heat from abandoned mines, and turbocharge offshore wind farm construction in the South West are among the winners of the latest round of research and development funding announced by the UK government today.

The 17 research projects selected by UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) will receive up to £50,000 each and will be able to apply for a further £10m to £50m of long-term investment from the agency's 'Strength in Places Fund' later this year if early-stage development proves successful.

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