ETI, Loughborough University, Johnson Matthey & Caterpillar launch £4.5M project to improve exhaust system efficiencies in HDVs
ETI's Strategy Manager for Light Vehicle Integration John Batterbee writes an article on Light Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy for the New Statesman magazine.
£2.5million lower drivetrain HDV efficiency project led by Romax Technology with Castrol Ltd and ANSYS Inc
The Business Secretary, Dr Vince Cable has today officially launched the ETI's new £40 million heavy duty vehicle efficiency programme at Caterpillar in Peterlee.
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) welcomes the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) publication of their Plug-in Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy ('Making the Connection') today, which the ETI's substantial investments have helped to inform.
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) is calling on Heavy Duty Vehicle (HDV) manufacturers, SMEs and academics to take part in what is to be one of Europe’s largest HDV efficiency programmes.
Diesel Biofuels & Heavy Duty Vehicle Internal Combustion Engine - this RP has now closed
Energy Technologies Institute achieves further milestones in £11 million low carbon vehicle plan
Response to OLEV's Plugged-in Places announcement by Dr David Clarke, CEO of the Energy Technologies
ETI explores ways of lightening the load for heavy duty vehicles and off-road machines