Many technology organisations and academic institutions within Wales a are currently focussed on new automotive technologies and the Welsh Automotive Forum, funded by Welsh Government, works actively alongside public and private sector bodies to promote cars, commercial vehicles and buses using a range of alternative fuels, including pure and hybrid electric, compressed and natural gas, hythane and hydrogen.
What does WAF stand for?
WAF stands for Welsh Automotive Forum
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Professor Garel Rhys, chairman of the Welsh Automotive Forum, said it will take another 15 years before hybrid electric/petrol cars dominate the market.
It will shortly be sent to Glamorgan University for tests that are 50% funded by the Welsh Government and the Welsh Automotive Forum.
Welsh Automotive Forum chief executive Tim Williams added that the investment was "superb news" for the Welsh economy.
The cluster has the support of industry and will be led by the Welsh Automotive Forum with pounds 30,000 backing from the Assembly Government through the Enterprise Networks fund.
The company is a member of the Welsh Automotive Forum and WAF chief executive Tim Williams welcomed the news.
TimWilliams, chief executive of the Welsh Automotive Forum, said: "The whole industry is suffering.
Professor Garel Rhys, chairman of the Welsh Automotive Forum, welcomed the announcement, saying: "This is an exciting opportunity, and will place Wales at the forefront of automotive innovation and sustainable growth - as well as providing the access to an international track capable of hosting world-class events.