Britishvolt’s Isobel Sheldon joins UK’s Critical Minerals Expert Committee

Britishvolt’s chief strategy officer, Isobel Sheldon OBE, has been selected to be a member of the UK’s Ciritical Minerals Expert Committee – aiming to establish a secure supply of critical materials essential for the transition to a low carbon society.

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Energy stored in electric car batteries could be used to power homes

During the course of this year, the University of Warwick’s EV-elocity project has been deploying V2G chargers in a range of locations across England to as part of large-scale trials to gain technical, customer and commercial insights on emerging V2G (vehicle-to-grid) technology.

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Transport + Energy international news round-up

Here transportandenergy.com takes a look at the key transport and energy sector stories from around the world: new EV production models from big-name manufacturers, new public transport charging infrastructure in Australia, fast-charger business expansion in the States, the ‘world’s fastest charger’ and Tesla 3s for hire heading to Europe – and much more.

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Student’s AI solution for e-charging management goes global

Parisa Akaber, a Knowledge Transfer Associate working on a joint project between Newcastle University and Siemens, has developed an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm as a multi-stage optimisation solution for scheduling and load management of electric fleet charging.

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