This year’s Highways Awards which celebrates the good and the great from across the sector and championing the highways heroes who keep Britain moving is back once again.Now celebrating its 20th year, the Highways Awards 2023 attracts over 600 colleagues to celebrate achievements, raise a glass and celebrate the projects, teams and individuals driving real change and improving the industry as well as the lives of citizens across the UK.
This article will unpack some core considerations for the spatial and temporal optimisation of EV charge point deployment and how the use of cloud based geo-spatial planning tools such as LAEP+ (Local Area Energy Planner Plus) can identify, accelerate and significantly reduce the costs associated with EV charge point rollout.
Energy data and software company Advanced Infrastructure has been supporting Local Energy Oxfordshire (Project LEO) in a trial aimed at identifying deployment opportunities for low carbon technologies such as EV charge points and heat pumps as well as informing long-term energy strategies and plans.
Taking place on the 18th-19th October 2023 at the NEC Birmingham, The Highways UK event brings together the people responsible for planning, developing, managing, maintaining, and future-proofing the nation's road networks.
In the most recent report published by the Cabinet Office's Geospatial Commission, Advanced Infrastructure’s LAEP+ tool has been positioned as a solution for Local Authorities and Distribution Network Operators to predict how many charge points are needed, and where they should be located.
The UK’s largest sustainability ecosystem and green investment event is returning to London in 2023 and Advanced Infrastructure are delighted to once again be supporting Reset Connect as a confirmed speaker and exhibitor.
Earlier this month, Advanced Infrastructure had the pleasure of joining over 120 professionals from across the Energy and Transport sector at the launch of the first Transport + Energy Forum in Birmingham.
The UK’s leading electric vehicle charging app and charge point data expert Zap-Map will partner with energy and carbon data science company Advanced Infrastructure to create a new low carbon route planner function for EV drivers, called Zap-Zero.