10th September 2021
Roisin Naughton a Principal City Planner for Transport for London and Dr Nikolas Thomopoulos of the University of Surrey and Auroskanda Vepari of MOLE will discuss Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure: Planning, Allocation and Challenges.
The workshop aims to bring together researchers and industry colleagues to create a community and develop a shared understanding of the common challenges in adoption EVs and electrified transport. Co-organised by the University of Surrey’s Centre for Cyber Security and the DTE Network+.
14th - 16th July 2021
Please check out the Special Session on Charging Networks for Electric Transport at the 2021 IEEE 15th International Conference on Compatibility, Power Electronics and Power Engineering. Click here for more.
13th - 15th July 2021
An opportunity to hear about the UK Power Electronics, Machines and Drives (PEMD) research activities from both academia and industry. Click here for more.
29th September 2020
The symposium featured presentations from multiple transport decarbonisation research networks and discussions on different themes. The event included an address by The Minister for the Future of Transport.
26th February 2020
Keynote speakers from Cardiff Airport, Costain, SP Energy Networks, Academic Partners, Innovate UK and EPSRC joined the DTE Network+ at Cardiffs Hilton Hotel. This event contained a workshop element for stakeholder engagement. Find out more here.
15th November 2019
Cardiff University & Welsh Government engaged in discussions to determine policy makers views on transport decarbonisation.
11th October 2019
Conference talks included Vehicle to Grid (V2G) integration, solar and storage supported EV charging, dynamic wireless charging, algorithm regulation and the economics of EV development.
4th October 2019
This event was organised in collaboration with Cardiff University School of Geography & Planning and Cardiff Civic Society. Presentations provided by Cardiff & Vale Health Board, Transport for London, Arup and Cardiff University.
6th June 2019
Event to bring together academia, policy makers, industry and third sector communities to discuss emerging trends in transport. Key themes were smart cities and mobility as a service (MAAS).
20th March 2019
130 participants registered from industry and academia, universities of Cranfield, Birmingham and Bristol partnered this event along with policy makers, click here for more information.