Cenex in the News

The latest news and developments from within Cenex.

  • Cenex partners with Clean Energy Live

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    Cenex to showcase exciting vehicle-to-grid projects at October event Loughborough, UK – 20 September 2016 Cenex – the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for low carbon technologies – is pleased to announce a partnership with Clean Energy Live, the event where solar, energy storage and energy management connect. Taking place on 4th – 6th October […]

  • Greener City Living: A Smart-Systems Approach

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    Robert Evans, CEO of Cenex, reviews the opportunities to use electric and alternatively-fuelled vehicles, as well as green and smart solutions, to address climate change, air quality, congestion and energy for transport challenges.

  • Van Cost and Carbon Calculator (VC3) Updated

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    Online emissions guide, van cost and carbon calculator tools will help fleet managers make informed decisions on vehicle purchase

  • Niche Vehicle Network announces new research and development funding competitions

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    A total of £2,300,000 is to be made available for collaborative low carbon vehicle technology development and demonstration projects The Niche Vehicle Network (NVN) is pleased to announce the opening of their latest funding competition for collaborative projects under its automotive research and development programme.  The costs and risks associated with undertaking highly innovative R&D […]

  • Cenex to support Europe’s largest hydrogen refuelling infrastructure network and vehicle project

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    Cenex’s expertise at data analysis and dissemination will be critical to success of ambitious, Europe-wide, multi-partner investigation Loughborough, UK – 14 June 2016: Cenex is to play a crucial role in the latest pan-European demonstration of how hydrogen can support Europe’s future transport demands. The six-year H2ME 2 project brings together 37 partners from across […]

  • Hydrogen News: Hydrogen Fleet User Workshops and Ride & Drive

    The £2m Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle Fleet Support Scheme is a competition open to public sector and individual private enterprise fleets and will provide support for vehicles deployed up until 30th April 2017. It will also provide support for operating these vehicles for up to three years. The deadline for bids for the competition is […]

  • Cenex to develop Feasibility Study for Ultra Low Emission Taxi’s in Greater Manchester

    Loughborough, UK – 16 February 2016 Cenex is helping Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM) develop a feasibility study regarding the rollout of Ultra Low Emission Taxi’s in Manchester.  Greater Manchester will be submitting the feasibility study to the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) in late February, with the hope of securing some of the […]

  • Cenex to host ‘Connected & Autonomous Vehicles: Developing the UK Supply Chain’ conference

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    Cenex – on behalf of Drive West Midlands – has announced it will be hosting a free to attend event focused on developing the UK supply chain of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles in collaboration with the Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) and Automotive Electronic Systems Innovation Network (AESIN), on Friday 11th March 2016 at HORIBA MIRA […]

  • Cenex supports winning ‘Go Ultra Low Cities’ bid

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    Loughborough, UK – 26 January 2016 Cenex – the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for low carbon technologies – successfully helped Nottingham place a winning bid securing £6.1m for the first ‘Go Ultra Low Cities’ scheme, set up by the Office for Low Emissions Vehicles (OLEV). Other winning cities including London, Bristol and Milton Keynes, […]

  • Cenex Assists Fleets in Making the Dash to Gas

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    Loughborough, UK – 1 December 2015   Cenex – the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for low carbon technologies – has added a truck performance simulation to their existing Fleet Carbon Reduction Tool to inform and educate fleets of the environmental and cost implications of operating heavy duty gas trucks, following a three-year R&D project, […]