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Electrification Seminar


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Three talks on the electrification of vehicles held at Ricardo's Shoreham-by-Sea engineering centre.

Date and Time

13 March 2014 - 16:00-20:00


Shoreham-by-sea, United Kingdom - icon_popup  (See map)


About this event

1600-1700: Mark Selby of Ceres Power will discuss their unique low temperature, low-cost metalsupported solid oxide fuel cell technology, based on the use of Cerium Gadolinium Oxide, which is good enough in terms of performance and durability but demonstrates disruptive characteristics in cost and robustness.

1700-1800: Jason King of Ricardo UK will describe the use of 48V mild hybridisation technology to deliver drive cycle fuel consumption similar to that of a full HEV (with considerably less cost), enhancement  of  real  world  driving  attributes  and base engine efficiency.

1800-1900: Discussion and refreshments

1900-2000: Tim  Nicklin will give an overview of Ford’s global portfolio of electrified vehicles (including battery electric, hybrid and plug-in hybrid) and their associated technologies.


15:30 Arrive at venue for networking.
16:00 First seminar begins
18:00 Discussion and refreshments
20:00 Final seminar ends.

Registration information

Please register your interest by contacting Bernard Challen, details available by clicking through to the IMechE page for this event - click the 'Register' button or visit


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