The Best Collaborative Initiative award celebrates collaboration within the energy sector and beyond. The challenges we are facing today and in the future are complex, whether on a local, national, or international level. A collaborative approach holds the greatest potential for sustainable change at scale.
DynaCOV is a research and development project, funded by Western Power Distribution through their Network Innovation Allowance (NIA) budget. The project has delivered a feasibility study looking at dynamic wireless charging. This technology uses equipment installed underneath road surfaces to enable electric vehicles to recharge as they drive. DynaCOV is led by Coventry City Council, alongside key delivery partners, Coventry University and CENEX with collaboration from National Express, Toyota Tsusho, Hubject, Transport for West Midlands and Midlands Connect.