Second update from Flexible Power Systems wireless charging vehicle integration project
Flexible Power Systems (FPS), Heriot Watt University and City of Edinburgh Council have been awarded funding worth £1.6m to investigate the benefits of wireless electric vehicle charging. Wireless charging is a technology that allows electric vehicles (EVs) to recharge while […]
The company is looking for new team members to work in the HVAC-R focused team helping clients to reduce refrigeration emissions and improve efficiency. Thermal Modelling Engineer Start date: ASAP Duration: Permanent Background: Logistics (including trucks, ships, warehouses and shops) […]
The company has new projects launching in the field of fleet electrification and so is seeking new members of the analyst team. More details about the roles are below. Data Analyst Start date: ASAP Duration: Permanent Background: Logistics (including trucks, […]
FPS is delighted to announce Dr. Henry Clarke has joined our leadership team. As Chief Engineer Mechanical Systems, Henry is responsible for modelling and design of physical systems our control algorithms interact with. His first project involves optimising integration and […]
In October, our Managing Director Michael Ayres was invited to present at the inaugural Electrification Europe Summit in Paris. The event was jointly hosted by the Electric Power Research Institute and EDF.
FPS, one of the UK’s largest refrigeration OEMs, two universities and a major supermarket are delivering a £1.4m project to develop and test a new thermal energy storage and load management technology that could help the supermarket de-carbonise their operations.
Working with researchers from Heriot Watt and two body builders, FPS completed a feasibility study to assess adding features to trailers to meet future logistics needs. Promising use cases in propulsion and temperature maintenance with up to 25% fuel savings were identified.