Energeo's EV Work Named in UK Space Sectors '5 Key Projects'

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Coleshill, UK, 31st August 2018

Energeo's UK Space Agency 'Space for Smarter Government' programme funded electric vehicle project in Bournemouth has been named as one of '5 key projects readying Britain for take off' in the International Space Sector by media and intelligence specialists Compelo. The work being undertaken by Energeo has also been praised by UK Science Minister Sam Gyimah. The project, which utilises Very High Resolution satellite imagery and Machine Learning, is supporting Bournemouth Borough Council's ambitious EV charge point roll out plans and is described by Mr Gyimah as demonstrating "the potential of satellite technology to benefit life on Earth with innovative solutions".

"To have this project recognised by Mr Gyimah and Compelo as key to the growth of the UK space sector is fantastic, and everyone involved is rightly extremely proud" commented Ian Dee, CEO of Energeo Ltd. "The work being undertaken will not only help Bournemouth Borough Council ensure their residents and businesses have the necessary onward access to EV charging infrastructure, but will also facilitate access to Government grants to support on-and-off-street charge point installation and maintenance. The global nature of satellite imagery and geospatial big data will allow Energeo to roll this service out not just in the UK, but internationally too, further supporting the wider growth of the UK Space sector".

To discover more about the project and the work being undertaken in Bournemouth by Energeo Ltd, please email info@energeo.co.uk or get in touch via our 'Contact Us' page.