The joint venture between Revolve and Emerald Automotive which saw the production of two exciting new electric hybrid vehicles has received the prodigious Innovation Award 2013 from What Van magazine

8th February - "Revolve is delighted that the EA-t-001 has received the award" said Paul Turner who was instrumental in securing the project for Revolve and helped the joint engineering team deliver the innovation behind the EA t-001 more

UK’s first integrated hydrogen transport system to be built in London and South East....

7th Feb 2013 - Revolve proudly announce their participation in the London Hydrogen Network Expansion (LHNE), which is a government-backed initiative co-funded by the Technology Strategy Board to create the UK’s first hydrogen powered transport system across London and the South East. The LHNE project will create network of hydrogen fuelling stations and deliver new hydrogen vehicles. Revolve, in partnership with Air Products, Cenex, Commercial Group, Element Energy, Heathrow Airport Ltd, will deliver a fleet of their revolutionary hydrogen-powered vehicles this year'' more

Challenging News – Update again….

28th November - The t-001 is second in class to a pure EV competitor, and was the first RE-EV in the prototype light commercial class

The official results have now been published - there is a link to the results in the article.

While we wait for the official results to be published, the reports from the team was that this was a highly successful event for the t-001, completing the 63mile Brighton to London run with no issues

31st October - Revolve and Emerald Automotive Enter the Future Car Challenge

Revolve Technologies and Emerald Automotive, joint venture partners on their hybrid electric van concept, are entering the EA t-001 in the 2012 Future Car Challenge. ….read more

Are you sitting comfortably - scratch that - safely?

''1st November 2012 - More TCVES ordered by the MoD more

Other News – Emission tests show H2ICED achieving 100mpg diesel

26th October 2012

In the latest developments on the hydrogen-diesel bi-fuel Transit, Revolve have been testing at Millbrook, and the initial results are encouraging. The first tests show 100mpg on diesel with an efficient 47.8km/kg hydrogen usage …read more

Other News – Revolve looks to bio-diesel

22nd October 2012

Revolve looks to bio-diesel allied to the H2ICED Transit to provide CO2 neutral motoring now! ….read more

Earlier News - Revolve tests a Diesel powered Van operating on Hydrogen

8th October 2012

Revolve Technologies Ltd has Today successful tested a Diesel powered Van operating on more

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