OLEVOnline Electric Vehicle (electromagnetic induction)
OLEVOffice for Low Emission Vehicles (UK)
OLEVOrbital Life Extension Vehicle (spacecraft)
OLEVOperation Lifesaver Educational Vehicle (rail safety; Canada)
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In February 2019 Riversimple were awarded GBP1.25m grant from OLEV (Office of Low Emission Vehicles) to support the build of 17 vehicles which will be user-tested, along with 3 other Riversimple vehicles in a 12-month trial in and around Abergavenny, in Monmouthshire.
Only Torfaen has revealed their proposed sites, which are as follows: Broad Street Car Park, Blaenavon; Trosnant Street Lower Car Park, Pontypool; Clarence Place Car Park, Pontypool; Station Road, Griffithstown; Pontnewydd Neighbourhood Centre, Cwmbran; Llanyrafon Car Park, Cwmbran; Fairwater Square Neighbourhood Centre, Cwmbran; and Abersychan Neighbourhood Centre, Cwmbran If their application is successful, the authorities could secure PS459,000 of the estimated PS636,000 outlay through OLEV.
OLEV maintains the list of eligible vehicles as well as full details of categories and the subsidies available.
(*) Corresponding author: e-mail olev.trass@utoronto.ca
There is also the chance to apply for the new 7kWh home charging unit worth PS860 (or PS360 with the OLEV grant) at no cost.
Your cheapest Smart option is the electric ForTwo at PS16,420 which includes the government's PS4,500 OLEV grant.
* The online electric vehicle (OLEV) project conducted by KAIST has successfully implemented the rail-based MAC system.
The campaign (goultralow@smmt.co.uk) is funded by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) and eight vehicle manufacturers working in association with the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT).
Interviews granted to the author--Ants Leis, 8-9 January 1988; Olev Henno, 4 March 1988; Ulo Vares, 11 October 2010; Juri Randjarv, 16 December 2010; Kaljo Reidla, 1 May 2011; Lennart Joela, 6 June 2011.
The concept of green car was introduced in 2009 by KAIST, South Korea, by the name of online electric vehicle (OLEV) [13].
The funding for the winning projects is a combination of GBP30m from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV) and GBP8.2m of additional funding from Innovate UK, who will support the schemes.