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On 26 October we were thrilled – and more than a bit daunted – to be invited for a live interview with Kaye Adams on her BBC show to discuss our project. Check out the archive link to hear it. We’re at 2:45:22 http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b06k94bp
A whirlwind of interest seems to be spinning around TEV at the moment so it was an exciting time to share what we’re up to in an interview with Alison Campsie for The Scotsman. Her piece about the TEV Project’s latest plans was published in The Scotsman, appearing both in their print edition and on […]
We’re delighted with our coverage in The National regarding Dr David Beeton’s appointment. David will will work with governments, universities and the private sector to advance the TEV project. Written by Martin Hannan the article can be read here: http://www.thenational.scot/news/scotland-appoints-expert-in-drive-for-electric-roads.5288
The TEV Project, a Scotland-based social enterprise designing the roads of the future for electric transport has appointed a senior consultant to its team to drive the project forward. Dr David Beeton, managing director of Urban Foresight, a UK based think tank focused on future cities, has joined the project. Dr Beeton will help to […]
Search the internet and you’ll find screeds of posts and blogs about EVs, driverless cars, but very little about personal mobility, yet this is what all the big thinkers are grappling with as we try to define our future transport needs. Honda’s Frank Paluch spoke at SAE World Congress last week taking what has at […]
Better Roads reviews the TEV Project’s new animation favourably and asks: are Tracked Electrical Vehicles the future of transportation? Check out the full article here: www.equipmentworld.com/tracked-electric-vehicles-the-future-of-transportation/
BBC Radio Scotland invited transportation experts to their studios on February 13, with David Beeton of Urban Foresight weighing in for the TEV Project on a debate surrounding urban mobility. That’s our kind of Valentine’s Day! The piece came after the Institute of Economic Affairs said in a controversial report published days earlier that it […]
With an increasing need to use electric vehicles in city centres to reduce pollution, David Crawford took an in-depth look at solutions to power delivery including TEV. This article appeared in print and online in the leading international magazine for traffic management and urban mobility ITS International. www.itsinternational.com/categories/location-based-systems/features/dynamic-charging-boosts-electric-
WOW! We were utterly thrilled when BBC Autos headlined TEV last month as its main feature, calling it “a true electric avenue” in its awesome, in-depth article on the project. Written by BBC journalist Ken Wysocky, this article can be viewed outside the UK here: www.bbc.com/autos/story/20141119-the-tev-project-a-true-electric-avenue Note for UK readers: due to the BBC’s complex […]
In an article appearing in The Positive called Revolutionising Transportation Links TEV’s newly launched animation is featured. The animation shows the simplicity of TEV infrastructure by demonstrationg how it would be possible to replace an existing conventional highway or motorway lane with the ultra high-capacity TEV lane capable of ten times the traffic.