We are seeking to promote the adoption of low or zero emission vehicles in our own and like minded institutions and under the umbrella of Low Carbon Swansea Bay have initiated a local EV Group to collaborate and develop the infrastructure needed. Joining LowCVP will keep us abreast of developments and in line with best practice. It is our intention to promote LowCVP and the uptake of Zero Emission vehicles among the academic, public sector, hotel and business users in the Swansea Bay City Region and to promote any business opportunities in R&D, alternative fuels, vehicle supply, tax incentives, grant schemes and infrastructure development.
Reseach & Development
2018 Swansea Clean Air Roadshow - technical collaboration on event with City & County of Swansea.
Award winning EV/ULEV/HFCV Fleet
Featured in GreenFleet Top 100 Most Influential list.
SPECIFIC - Buildings as Power Stations - Active Classroom and Office Buildings. Off grid capable, grid positive smart buildings with Solar generation and EV Integration.
2017 Swansea Clean Air Roadshow - Saturday 22nd April, Castle Square. 10:00 - 16:00
A collaborative, public event to stimulate interest and uptake in cleaner air transport and energy.
Exhibitors include Hydrogen FCVs from Riversimple, Hyundai and Toyota, Plug in EVs from Audi, BMW, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes, Mitsubishi, Nissan, Renault, Tesla, Toyota, Volkswagen.
Also an original Sinclair C5, Fleet EVs and Air Monitoring from City and County of Swansea, EVs and a Hydrogen bike from Swansea University, local power cooperatives, Friends of The Earth, The Environment Centre, Drive Electric/Electric Nation, Sustrans, Chargemaster and entertainment from Titan the Robot.
2017 - Awarded Go Ultra Low Company status.
Low Carbon Swansea Bay - Electric Vehicle Task Force to stimulate the uptake in plug in rechargeable vehicles, the charge point infrastructure required and to promote the benefits to the Swansea Bay City Region and beyond.
2016 University Rugby 7's World Cup - First time in the UK, hosted at Swansea University. Objective to provide appropriate Zero Emission transport to the event.
2016 British Science Festival. Hosted at Swansea University. Objective to exhibit Fuel Cell Vehicle technology and provide appropriate Zero Emission transport to the event.