Electric Vehicle Charging for Public Spaces: Feasibility Studies
Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) and Innovate UK
Project total costs (range):
£ 75,000 – £ 120,000 (Phase 1, feasibility studies)
£ 5,000,000 – £ 10,000,000 (Phase 2, demonstrator projects)
29/08/2018 (12:00 noon)
The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) and Innovate UK, as part of UK Research and Innovation (UKRI), will invest up to £20 million across a 2-phase competition. This is for innovation projects to develop business cases and deploy new approaches to electric vehicle (EV) charging.
This funding is split into 2 phases:
- Phase 1 is feasibility studies;
- Phase 2 is demonstrators.
Only successful feasibility studies projects can apply for the later demonstrators phase. This competition is to secure funding for phase 1 projects only. There will be a separate application process for phase 2 funding, which is expected to start in February 2019 and end by 3 April 2019. It will only be open to successful applicants from phase 1.
Projects must be collaborative and business-led. OLEV and Innovate UK expect to see collaborators from across the value chain: including infrastructure providers, local authorities, urban planners or designers, energy providers and hardware manufacturers
OLEV and Innovate UK are running a similar competition at the same time as this one, which supports wireless EV charging for commercial users.
Total costs for your phase 1 feasibility study should be between £75,000 and £120,000. Projects must start by 1 January 2019, end by 31 March 2019, and can last up to 3 months.
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