Zero Carbon Futures is delighted to announce that we will be hosting the public sector stage at the Automotive EV conference providing practical advice to local authorities preparing for the uptake of electric vehicles.
We are delighted to announce that our Managing Director, Dr Colin Herron, has been awarded a CBE for services to business and energy.
A new comprehensive EV battery training programme, developed by Zero Carbon Futures, aims to boost skills in electric vehicle technology and support UK manufacturers to remain at the forefront of EV development.
Zero Carbon Futures is delighted to be co-hosting the Open Energy Forum this April at Newcastle University. Join leading industry experts as they discuss the state of the climate.
Zero Carbon Futures is delighted to celebrate the success of the High Energy Density Battery project. The APC research project has enabled the production of 40kWh battery for the new Nissan LEAF.
Electric vehicle drivers can now drive from the UK through France and into Belgium or as far as Italy as part of a European Union project to extend the charging network. The project is being managed by Zero Carbon Futures in the UK.
Companies and countries are moving towards electric vehicles and the North East has a number of businesses that will benefit, Peter McCusker, The Journal, reports.
Zero Carbon Futures is delighted to announce our appointment as project manager to Milton Keynes Council to support the delivery of their Go Ultra Low City programme.
Our MD, Dr Colin Herron, has been appointed to the Innovation Board of the The North East LEP joining leading figures from the region’s business, academic and civic communities.
The Rapid Charge Network project, which has been project managed by Zero Carbon Futures, is showing that networks of rapid charge points have helped drivers drive further and supported the uptake of EVs.
Managing Director, Dr Colin Herron, has been appointed onto the IET’s Manufacturing Policy Panel to act in an advisory role on UK manufacturing policy issues.
The North East Combined Authority has been awarded £1.5million ‘Go Ultra Low’ development funding to help take forward the plans for new electric vehicle filling stations in Newcastle and Sunderland.