SOSCI

Cybermoor was the lead project partner on the very successful SOSCI project.

Scaling On-Street Charging Infrastructure (SOSCI) started in 2018 & completed in January 2021. The project carried out feasibility work on meeting a vision for 8 million homes without off-street parking to be within 5 minutes walk of an electric vehicle (EV) charge point. The project installed over 200 community charge points across the North of England. This has delivered:  an increased take-up of electric vehicles, allowing people to save money on fuel costs; reduced air pollution and CO2 emissions.

REVUP

Cybermoor has been responsible for the coordination of the project management of the REVUP project. Cybermoor used its extensive experience in managing previous broadband and EV charging infrastructure projects. Regional Electric Vehicle Unified Plan (REVUP) delivered an innovative toolkit to support Local Authorities (LAs) facilitate the installation of Electric Vehicle Charge Points (EVCPs), especially in remote and underserved communities — to avoid the creation of a so-called ‘Charge-Point Divide’.

Lancaster University

Cybermoor carried out consultation for Lancaster University who host 36 EV Charge points at a number of locations across its Bailrigg Campus. Given the rapidly developing and changing nature of EV charging systems, together with the current and future increase in EV vehicles the University wishes to implement a project to replace its current fleet of charge points with systems that will be fully controllable, flexible and future proofed.  Cybermoor worked with University officers to complete a full procurement exercise to enhance EV charging facilities on campus. A report comprised an initial feasibility assessment to identify appropriate options and a recommended approach.

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