Zero Carbon Futures is delighted to announce its lead role in NEAA’s Innovation & Technology activity which aims to support emerging technology and support process innovation.
Transport is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions and in the global challenge of climate change, the spotlight has been turned to ways in which the world can reduce transport emissions.
A new centre in Sunderland that aims to position the UK a focus for the development and integration of low carbon vehicle technologies is set to open its doors.
As well as installing rapid charge points, the RCN project is tasked with analysing driver behaviour. Data loggers in willing driver’s cars is helping to do just that and one of our team hit the road to help with their installation.
It may sound simplistic but it’s something that we firmly believe in: the best way to get people interested in electric vehicles is to get them behind the wheel. And that’s what the SwitchEV trial set out to do in early 2010.