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Wales Online profiled TEV’s founder, Will Jones in a lengthy article which takes readers through some of the intricacies of TEV. To read the full article please click here
TEV received great online coverage in the Electronic Specifier Automotive, with a lengthy piece about our upcoming appearance at the Federal Highways Administration’s (FHWA) Exploratory Advanced Research (EAR) Program workshop. To read the full article click here
The TEV Project, an open-source transport infrastructure solution designed to meet the global transportation needs in the 21st century has been invited by the United States Department of Transportation to present at Federal Highways Administration’s (FHWA) Exploratory Advanced Research (EAR) Program workshop. The 2-day workshop forms the second phase of a request for information to the EAR […]
TheCityFix ask if TEV could be the catalyst for the next transport revolution. Read the full article which takes an in-depth look at TEV here.
TEV was in the news again on April 7th 2014! We responded to Peter Jones’s provocative article in the Scotsman “Petrolheads can save the planet”which discussed diesel’s dirty secrets. Our letter to the editor features here in the newspaper’s website
The folks over at peakbusters ask: are electric highways possible in the US? Read the article which covers TEV at length here
We bid farewell to 2013 with a great feature article published about us on the 31st of December! We’re thrilled that the Herald covered our project in depth, writing about our hopes to collaborate with Scottish Universities to develop aspects of TEV design. Read the archive copy here: Inventors hope to get green light for electric […]
TEV features again in India’s first corporate sustainability magazine, this time in context of the question: how do we piece together the global EV jigsaw? Read it here.
Check out our agenda piece in the Herald Scotland calling on that famous Scottish inventiveness to be applied to transportation – we snapped a twitter pic of it because it looked so nice, but you can read the archive version here: Scots team could power change in transportation around the world
Sadly we were unable to attend India’s “sustainability oscars” but we will always cherish our finalist award! Share our excitement and check out our lovely award. Read about the Parivartan Awards here.