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Accelerating Transport to Zero Emissions
Interim Report - October 2020
Accessible Data for Decision Making
Smart Charging Technical Requirements
Engaging EV users in smart charging and energy services
A Common Strategic Understanding of the Requirements of the Energy System to Support Mass EV Uptake
EIWG-P-20-03 - Jonathan Murray
How on-site energy storage can support EV's, smart grids and enhancing the business case for electrification.
The development of the smart charging system supporting the UPS depot.
Sets out UPS's ambitions for achieving net-zero across its fleets
Introduction to local authoirty collaboration in London.
The final report of the EV Energy Taskforce Phase One. Published January 2020.
This report focuses on steps to remove actual or potential barriers and reinforce actual or potential enablers. It provides a focus on key issues and states when important questions have to be resolved. The proposals are not just for Government. Success will need collaboration and compromise from all stakeholders, both in the energy and the automotive sectors.
Media notice announcing launch event and media briefing on the report from the Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce - 'Energising our Electric Vehicle Transition' - 14 January 2020, One Birdcage Walk, Westminster.
Collection of presentations from the Consumers, Vehicles and Energy Integration Report Findings Launch event
Tristian Dobson - Element Energy
Update from the EV Energy Taskforce to PCWG members including the draft proposals - Jonathan Murray, LowCVP
The Clean Vehicle Retrofit Technology Guide details the approved retrofit technologies under the Clean Vehicle Retrofit Accreditation Scheme (CVRAS) commissioned by the Joint Air Quality Unit to support the clean up of the exiting vehicle fleet. The Guide covers technologies accredited for bus, coach, truck, refuse collection vehicles, vans and taxis and provides indicative TCO and case studies.
Work Package Four: Accessible data for decision making
Work Package Three: Smart charging technical requirements
Work Package Two: Engaging EV users in smart charging and energy services.
Work Package One: A common strategic understanding of the requirements of the energy system to support mass EV uptake.
Philip New, Taskforce Chair & CEO Energy Systems Catapult, Introduction to the EV Energy Taskforce
Eleanor Warburton, Deputy Director, Gas, Heat & Emerging Issues, Ofgem
Interoperability is the ability of a product or system to cooperate with other products or systems to share resources.
The term is suitable for a wide range of uses and this paper explores 19 different types of interoperability within energy sectors.
List of attendee names and organisation that came to the EVET Stakeholder Seminar on the 22 October 2018
Peter Harris, UPS gives a fleet operator's perspective on adopting EVs.
Paul Barnfather from EA Technology and the capacity of the low voltage network and how it can be managed to support the uptake of EVs.
Ian Cameron, from UK Power Networks, and the lessons learnt about smart charging from UKPN's Smart CAR project.
Neville Jackson, representing the Automotive Council, on EV battery range-charging strategies
Rebecca Sweeney, from the Energy Technologies Institute on the future EV demand and the energy system.
Andy Burgess, Ofgem on the regulatory framework of the energy system and it's role in protecting the consumer.
Natasha Robinson, Head of OLEV, on the Road to Zero Strategy and the implications it has for the energy system.
The Terms of Reference for EVET stakeholders.
The Road to Zero: The next steps towards cleaner road transport and delivering our Industrial Strategy.
This 2015 guide provides an impartial summary of the current options for EV charging, their suitability in different scenarios, interoperability and standards, all within the context of the wider energy infrastructure and the future need for smart charging.
A brief guide to managed Electric Vehicle home charging and protecting the local electricity networks.
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For the past 18 years we've played a pivotal role successfully delivering the UK's low emission transport targets.
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Now, embracing a wider range of stakeholders to achieve a zero emissions future is what matters.
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