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Why Toyota – and Japan – are backing hydrogen

E4tech Director Dr David Hart’s response to a recent Financial Times article lays out some of the reasons why for Toyota, and for Japan, a hydrogen future makes sense. His letter, touching on import dependence and complementarity with batteries, is here. Learn more about E4tech’s work in Fuel Cells & Hydrogen here. Note: if you […]

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Bigger, better, faster, more challenging: reflections on LCV2016

There are events where the attendees and organisers involuntarily conspire to ‘talk a good show’ whilst the reality is more subdued. LCV2016 was not one of those events. Blazing sunshine, record attendance and a wide array of display vehicles contributed to an upbeat atmosphere for the UK’s main low carbon vehicles event. Other positive factors […]

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Low carbon automotive strategy report comes at perfect time

A major new report for the UK Automotive Council comes as the UK automotive sector is defining its post-referendum future and as industrial strategy and energy & climate policy are placed under the same government department. The UK automotive sector has been a successful example of industrial strategy and the report provides a solid foundation […]

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Meet us at World Bio Markets in Amsterdam

E4tech will once again be present at World Bio Markets in Amsterdam from 14 to 16 March and we look forward to seeing you there! E4tech Director Dr Ausilio Bauen will address the Plenary on the 15th about placing the bioeconomy in the context of the global renewable energy industry and climate change discourse to […]

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E4tech and Ricardo support the Advanced Propulsion Centre in a vital automotive industry study

E4tech, in collaboration with Ricardo, is helping the Advanced Propulsion Centre to undertake an industry-wide study that will shape crucial support for the UK’s automotive industry. The study will build upon the 2010 ‘Automotive Technologies: The UK’s current capability’ report, which established the UK’s ability to deliver key passenger car technologies and led to the […]

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E4tech’s Adam Chase and Franz Lehner to present at All-Energy 2015

The All-Energy 2015 conference in Glasgow is the UK’s biggest sustainable energy event. On 6th May, E4tech Director Adam Chase will be presenting on the role of policy in the UK automotive sector renaissance. The presentation is based on a major report that was launched in 2014. The report is available for download from here. […]

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E4tech clients scoop top innovation awards

E4tech congratulates Torotrak who won the UK Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders 2014 Award for Automotive Innovation with its flywheel hybrid system. E4tech is proud to have served Torotrak during its acquisition of Flybrid, and on several assignments since. E4tech client Celtic Renewables also took the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership’s 2014 Innovation award recently […]

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EU 2030 Road Transport Decarbonisation Scenario Analysis

E4tech Directors Ausilio Bauen and Adam Chase will today present E4tech’s timely report ‘EU 2030 Road Transport Decarbonisation Scenario Analysis’ at an event in Brussels hosted by UNICA on Perspectives on the 2030 Energy and Climate Package. Earlier in 2014 the European Commission published the EU 2030 Energy and Climate Package which contains a 40% […]

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