EV-elocity Project

Vehicle-to-grid (V2G) innovation with electric vehicles
 
EV-elocity Project

Modelling the transmission of energy between electric vehicles and the local energy network – WMG’s contribution to EV-elocity

At WMG, University of Warwick our Energy Research spans multiple modes of travel, from automotive and marine to rail, aerospace and autonomous vehicles. Our Energy Innovation Centre is our research hub for developing new battery technologies – from new materials and cell designs through to complete battery systems, supported by …

EV-elocity project re-launches

Disarray and difficulty: It’s no understatement that 2020 has been a difficult year.  The arrival of the novel coronavirus covid-19 has turned our society upside down (or is that outside-in?) with lockdowns and the pandemic response, not to mention the tragedy of deaths, illness and isolation for many families and …

Batteries – FAQ

Electric vehicles (EVs) are currently perceived as a promising alternative to replace fossil fuelled transport, in the pathway to reduce carbon emissions. There has been also some controversy of its potentiality, due to concerns about their batteries in terms of costs, efficiency and life-cycle. As a researcher working in projects …

A review on V2G, Smart Charging and User Behaviour – Sustainable Energy Technologies Conference 2019

The Sustainable Energy Technologies is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed international conference on sustainable sources and technologies. The 18th edition of this event was hosted by the University Sains Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur. This event congregated around 200 academics and practitioners from different countries, who are working in energy technologies and renewables, …

Vehicle Availability Profiling presented at PerCom, Kyoto

Part of the research team from the University of Nottingham had the opportunity to present some research to an academic audience at PerCom 2019. This conference brings together academic works on pervasive computing and communications, with applications including wireless networking, mobile and distributed computing, sensor systems, ambient intelligence, and smart …