DSHI, a “green technologies” company focusing on renewable energy innovations for micro-grid and remote power applications, announced today notification from ARUP and the Office of Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) that DSHI has been granted approved supplier status for the EnerDynamic technology. Moreover, DSHI has been invited to present the technology to a Plugged-In Places programme (PIP) forum in the United Kingdom. PIP is an electric vehicle recharging commitment by the Government to provide infrastructure for mainstream electric vehicles as they come to the UK. “The Government is supporting three existing Plugged-In Places in London, Milton Keynes and the North East which are already installing recharging points in their areas. In December 2010 we announced continued funding for these projects for 2011/12 and 2012/13 as well as funding for five additional Plugged-In Places projects in Northern Ireland, Scotland, Greater Manchester, the Midlands and the East of England.” (Government UK department of transport)
The notification of supplier status stems from a presentation made by DSHI executives in March to Government officials responsible for the £400 million infrastructure program for the electrification of vehicles through the office of Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV). OLEV’s recognition of the EnerDynamic technology represents a significant milestone in the commercialization of our technology” stated Al Scott, President of DSHI. “Representatives from all eight PIP electric vehicle infrastructure schemes will review products and demonstrations from various approved suppliers, service providers and systems integrators at an upcoming symposium in the UK”, added Scott.