The Revolve team were again exhibiting at the 2018 Cenex LCV show alongside Liverpool’s ULEMCo Ltd, held this week at the Millbrook Proving Ground, Bedford.
In our 10th consecutive year at the event, the show again gave us the chance to display a number of low carbon vehicles on our stand including the Ocado Dual-Fuel Hydrogen Ford Transit, Nissan ENV200 Hydrogen Fuel Cell Range Extender and the new Renault Kangoo Fuel Cell Range Extender, which was a recent project we worked on as part of a consortium with Bramble, UCL and HSSMI.
Also displayed on our stand, positioned on the Steering Pad, was a 3cylinder gasoline engine with a YASAP400 series (100KW) motor, mounted via a bespokebell-housing and coupling to demonstrate our range extender capabilities andpackaging.
The show also exhibited a wide selection of past projects that we have worked on including the Fuel Cell Systems Hydrogen Refueller, Ford’s PHEV Transit Vans, the London Taxi, TEVVA’s Range Extended Electric Vehicle and more.
Our Engineering Director, Paul Turner was pleased to be invited to the APC stand to collect a grant cheque from the Niche Vehicle Network for our work alongside Air Cycle Technology on the production readiness to develop air charger cooler technology.
The event also gave us the prime opportunity to network with both existing and potential new clients and discuss a variety of current and exciting future vehicle projects, which our expertise and qualified engineers can help convert to run on low carbon alternative fuels.
We look forward to the DVD Show at Millbrook next Wednesday and Thursday, plus the Battery Technology Show 23rd-24th October at the London Excel.