Keynes Electric Vehicles
Project secured a £120,000 SEEDA grant to develop user engagement
with this local low carbon vehicle initiative. For further details,
please visit the Low Carbon Vehicles & Innovation in Transport
Systems and Services blog.
As part of the £7M MK:SMART project, the OU has a £150,000 package to explore the use of IT systems to support advanced sustainable transport developments.
OU is contributing towards the E.ON's Thinking Energy smart homes trial
in Milton Keynes, which includes exploring the use of electric vehicles
as part of a package of domestic energy measures.
The overall objective of the GAMBAS
project is the development of an innovative and adaptive middleware to
enable the privacy-preserving and automated utilization of
behaviour-driven services that adapt autonomously to the context of
users. This work has prototypical application in the domain of public
transport. For further information on this project, please contact
Professor Gerd Kortuem.
For an overview of the Energy and
Sustainable Transport research performed at The Open University, please click here
For more information on
people working in Energy and
Sustainable Transport at The Open University, please click here
For a list of publications by
researchers at The Open University who are interested in Energy and
Sustainable Transport, please click here