The aim of this feasibility study was to demonstrate that the WMC300FR concept can be electrified, whilst meeting the rapid charge time and drive cycle requirements of the Emergency Services, at an acceptable price point.
Funding & Competitions
The Niche Vehicle Zero Emission PLV Feasibility Studies Competition provides grant funding to undertake desktop research and/or preliminary investigation activities aimed at supporting the accelerated development of innovative vehicle technologies applicable to road going Zero Emission Powered Light Vehicles (PLV).
Proof of Concept
The Competition is open to niche vehicle manufacturers, system suppliers and design/engineering or technology organisations active in the UK specialist and low volume manufacturing sector who wish to collaborate on innovative, industry-led projects that support the transition to zero emission transportation.
The competition is open to niche vehicle manufacturers, system suppliers and design/engineering or technology organisations active in the UK specialist and low volume manufacturing sector who wish to collaborate on innovative, industry-led projects.
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This feasibility study undertook in-depth research into the market to determine and needs for last mile delivery logistics companies.
This project aimed to evaluate if WEV ZEV technologies and lightweight architecture approaches could be scaled down to offer significant benefit to the ultra-light vehicle L6/7e market.
This project investigated the feasibility of replacing conventional ICE drivetrain in a motorcycle with a zero-emission equivalent.
This feasibility study demonstrated the opportunity to utilise lightweighting and other lesser-focused approaches to develop an L7e vehicle.
The BOped is a project to maximise the ridership of zero emission electric mopeds on UK roads. The aim of the project was to take know-how and experience in micro-mobility and apply this to larger, more capable vehicle types.