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Research Networks are Going to Electrify the Transport System in the UK

The EPSRC funded network are going to try and identify and even address some of the challenges that appear to be holding back the electrified transport grid. The project is headed by Dr. Liana Cipcigan and she is the co-director of the famous Electric Vehicle Centre. This can be found in Cardiff, and they are going to be investigating the needs and developments that are happening in the near future. They are also going to try and allow integration of the full-energy network. They have the overall goal to try and bring together aviation, rail and even automotive and they are also going to be looking at a way to try and transport fuel by electricity too. If you work in technical jobs or even engineering jobs then you will know this more than anyone.

The project includes organisations such as Aston Martin, Transport for London and even the National Grid. The network are going to try and treat the low carbon road and they are also going to be looking into air transportation and rail transport too. The power network is a full and unique system and all of the carbon infrastructure is going to try and take electricity from the grid directly. They are interested to see how the Grid is going to cope with the ambition of this and there is also no telling how the transport system is going to be impacted either. The project are going to consider a huge range of new technology and they are also going to be looking into their own wireless charging systems too. This is going to help the environment and it is also going to give people the encouragement they need to try and make a change too. Of course, if you want to find out more about this then make sure that you come and check this space.

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