Yesterday, the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership announced us as winners of the Low Carbon Mobility Challenge. And we’re mighty proud!
This competition is run to identify and promote low carbon innovations with the potential to cut carbon emissions and other environmental impacts arising from transport in cities.
“The [winning] ideas challenge conventional thinking and show how different approaches to mobility might reduce the overall carbon impact significantly” says Andy Eastlake, LowCVP Managing Director.
We were selected on a competitive basis from entries covering a variety of solutions. The selection was by an expert panel was based on the merits and impacts of our technology for reducing vehicle CO2 emissions, commercial viability and ease of integration.
The judges included senior representatives of: the Technology Strategy Board; the Transport Research Laboratory; the Institution of Mechanical Engineers; the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership and other leading industrial organisations and experts drawn from the LowCVP’s wide membership.
We will now present our ideas to a specialist group of executives from vehicle manufacturers and other potential investors or supporters at a dedicated seminar in early October.