Author Dr Gregory Offer, Imperial College London

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Second look

Second look

Imperial College London’s Dr Gregory Offer, a regular E&H Vehicle columnist, explores how second-hand EVs must be carefully examined to avoid battery issues

Charging ahead? Ashley Sudding, key account manager for innovation at business performance consultancy Ayming, explores why wireless charging might be key to the electric vehicle revolution

Charging ahead?

Ayming’s Ashley Sudding explores why wireless charging might be key to the electric vehicle revolution

Predicting the future

Predicting the future

Futurist, founder of Future Matters and E&H Vehicle columnist Lars Thomsen explains how he and…

Light work

Light work

Ulrik Grape, CEO of NAWA Technologies, discusses a hybrid battery that could slash pack weight…

HM

Maximizing battery range

The automotive industry is going through one of its biggest transitions as the evolution from…

Storage solutions?

Storage solutions?

I recently visited the Harwell science park, just south of Oxford, UK, where I entered…