Just launched: Driving the Electric Revolution Webinar Series
Posted on 30/04/2020
The “Engage with…” series aims to give companies a platform to present to you:
- Who they are and what they do.
- Their PEMD growth journey/roadmap and what they are doing in PEMD.
- Their challenges and future PEMD supply chain requirements, with a view of exploring future opportunities for partnerships/collaborations/projects.
With a vested interest in growing UK capability and community in PEMD, this webinar series is a chance to:
- Identify valuable partners
- Build project consortiums
- Articulate challenges
- Gain supply chain knowledge
- Drive new connections
- Find creative solutions
Join our upcoming Driving the Electric Revolution “Engage with…” webinar and hear from the team at Ricardo:
- Adrian Greaney: Director of Technology and Products
- Julian Dunn: Head of Energy Storage Products
Ricardo activities cover a range of market sectors including passenger car, commercial vehicle, rail, defence, motorsport, motorcycle, off-highway, marine, clean energy and power generation and government. Ricardo provides complete solutions for power electronics, from DC-DC Converters to motor inverters to Energy Storage and are involved in research and development activities in the fields of parallel device gate drives and wide-band-gap devices.
Previous Webinars from this series:
Slides will be available shortly.
nexperia is a global semiconductor manufacturer with a factory in Manchester. Their product range includes bipolar transistors, diodes, ESD protection, TVS diodes, MOSFETs and Logic devices.
Slides are available here.
Siemens Digital Industries, Motion Control (DI MC) in the UK undertakes product design, supply chain definition and manufacturing, of over 1.2 million (per annum) industrial drive products for worldwide markets at their Congleton site.
This extends from designing power electronics, drives and motor control solutions, which are used in a variety of applications such as water pumping stations, air handling systems, logistics conveyors, food & beverage production, machining, aerospace and automotive manufacturing plants.
Slides are available here.
Rolls-Royce believe in the transforming potential of technology. Their focus is on pioneering the power that matters for the needs of tomorrow as well as today. Within the aerospace industry, there is a strong pull to accelerate electrification in both the Civil and Defence markets. PEMD is a key enabler for a more-electric gas turbine, and is also an enabler for longer term opportunities in electric flight at varying scales.
In this webinar Rolls-Royce will provide an insight into the specific challenges associated with designing and deploying PEMD solutions within the harsh environment of a gas turbine, from which Rolls-Royce hope to seed future partnerships within the UK supply chain.
Engage With… Driving the Electric Revolution: Funding Competition webinar
On 21st May the team spoke about the upcoming coming competition. This is an overview of what was presented, reminding all that that these dates and this content is subject to change up to and including the publishing of the official competition brief.
Driving the Electric Revolution’s third funding competition is expected to launch on 15th June 2020, and close at noon 29th July 2020.* The aim of this competition is to facilitate UK supply chain and manufacturing capability growth in power electronics, machines and drives to enable future improvements in productivity, capacity, quality or efficiency. Circular economy and recycling activities are also in scope. Looking to fund short, high impact, collaborative research and development projects that can demonstrate a clear return on investment. This is not for proof of concept or feasibility studies and we will not fund product development. It is expected that projects can be up to 9 months in duration, up to £500,000 in total eligible costs, and total funding available for this competition will be up to £5million.*
* Dates and content subject to change up to and including the publishing of the official competition brief.
The Driving the Electric Revolution Challenge is an investment of £80 million over 4 years. It was set up to help UK businesses seize the opportunities presented by the transition to a low carbon economy. It aims to ensure the UK leads the world in the design, development and manufacture of power electronic, machines and drives (PEMD) across 7 sectors:
- Off Highway
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