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Proposal Processing Panel

Panel Name: Feasibility Studies for Energy Research II
Date of Panel: 18 January 2008
Panel Contact: Dr Vania Croce


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Panel Members:
Professor PJ SkabaraUniversity of GlasgowPanel Chairperson
Dr M ColechinCultivate Innovation Ltd 
Dr GMJ DaviesLaing O'Rourke Ltd 
Professor PC EamesLoughborough University 
Dr JM FarleyMitsui Babcock Energy Limited 
Dr G HillierCentre for Process Innovation CPI (UK) 
Mr A Laird  
Professor N McKeownUniversity of Edinburgh 
Mr M RhodesWest Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) 
Dr G StauntonCulham Centre for Fusion Energy 
Professor GJ TatlockUniversity of Liverpool 
Dr CM TurleyPlymouth Marine Laboratory 
Dr Vania CroceEngineering and Physical Sciences Research CouncilPanel Contact

 Outcomes Summary By Number
Funding rates may change over time until all decisions are finalised
Funding Priority ListFundedUnfundedReferred to a later panelDecision still awaitedFunding rate
(% of grant number)
Targeted Mode194200 31
 Including:
Feasibility Studies for Energy Research 19 42 0 0 31
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 Outcomes Summary By Value (£)
Funding rates may change over time until all decisions are finalised
Funding Priority ListFundedUnfundedReferred to a later panelDecision still awaitedFunding rate
(% of grant value)
Targeted Mode3,603,1246,664,45700 35
 Including:
Feasibility Studies for Energy Research 3,603,124 6,664,457 0 0 35
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