Funding awarded to help develop EV charging and car sharing platform

Independent research consultancy Cenex, in partnership with Derbyshire County Council, has been announced as the winner of Midlands Connect’s rural mobility competition, receiving £100,000 of funding to develop its proposal for an online electric vehicle (EV) charging and car sharing platform.

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Research finds workplace charging points almost match number of public EV chargers

New research carried out by Cenex on behalf of Transport & Environment (T&E) shows that there are almost as many workplace charge points as there are public chargers for electric vehicles in the UK.

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V2G charge points can improve the battery life of EVs, project finds

A government-funded project which has seen vehicle-to-grid (V2G) chargers deployed in a range of locations across England to gain technical, customer and commercial insights on emerging V2G technology has concluded that the charge points can improve battery life in electric vehicles (EVs) and reduce carbon emissions and costs of charging.

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Ultra-durable robotaxis offer strong business and environmental cases

A new report by Cenex claims that autonomous vehicles used in private hire taxi operations can achieve a 42% reduction in lifecycle global warming potential when designed with ultra-durable components, compared against the same vehicle with normal durability components.

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Cenex to hold an introduction to low carbon road transport training event

The introduction to low carbon road transport training event will be held on 25-26th April, and will be led by some of the industry’s leading experts from Cenex – the Centre of Excellence for Low Carbon and Fuel Cell Technologies, who will share their insights and learnings from operating in the industry for 17 years.

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Consortium assigned to deliver new Local Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Fund

Energy Saving Trust, CENEX and PA Consulting have been appointed as the support body for the Local Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Fund (LEVI), in partnership with the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV).

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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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