Controlled Power Technologies Ltd

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Bramston Way
Laindon
Essex
SS15 6TP
United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0) 1268 564800

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Controlled Power Technologies Ltd articles

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‘Advanced Diesel Electric Powertrain’ Project Announced By Ricardo

‘Advanced Diesel Electric Powertrain’ Project Announced By Ricardo
Controlled Power Technologies’ SpeedStart micro-mild hybrid and Tigers energy recovery systems will be incorporated into the Advanced Diesel Electric Powertrain project known as ‘Adept’ announced by Ricardo today at a low carbon vehicle technology exhibition showcasing innovative R&D from the UK's leading automotive technology companies and universities.  The Adept project objectives are aimed at combining next generation technologies that have been demonstrated individually and the benefits simulated but have not been combined in a single system project before or applied at 48V. 
5th September 2013

CPT says 48V initiative will help facilitate energy recuperation for a new generation of affordable super fuel efficient cars

CPT says 48V initiative will help facilitate energy recuperation for a new generation of affordable super fuel efficient cars
The UK-based low carbon engine technology specialist, Controlled Power Technologies (CPT), says that the new 48 volt standard proposed by leading automakers provides an ideal compromise for performance and cost in the development of a new generation of affordable super fuel efficient cars. With global CO2 emission targets rapidly converging, the auto industry has only a decade to achieve almost another 30 per cent reduction by 2022 putting pressure on automakers to come up with innovative and affordable technical solutions.
23rd October 2012

Launch Of CPT Cobra Electric Supercharger Offers Low Cost Solution For Meeting Tier 4/5 Emission Regulations

Launch Of CPT Cobra Electric Supercharger Offers Low Cost Solution For Meeting Tier 4/5 Emission Regulations
Technology developer, Controlled Power Technologies (CPT) will launch this week what is believed to be the world’s first water cooled electric supercharger developed for ‘quasi continuous’ boosting of commercial diesel engines including those developed for off highway applications. Known as Cobra, the market ready technology will debut at the world’s leading automotive engineering conference focused on air boosting technologies, which is being held this week in Dresden. The Cobra electric supercharger is particularly relevant to Tier 4 Interim legislation that comes into effect this year for off road vehicles.
13th September 2012


CPT Addresses SMMT Summit On Challenge Of Recruiting Engineers

CPT Addresses SMMT Summit On Challenge Of Recruiting Engineers
Nick Pascoe, chief executive officer of Controlled Power Technologies (CPT), a UK-based company specialising in cost-effective CO2 reduction measures for the global automotive industry, will address the issue of recruiting professional engineers at the SMMT’s International Automotive Summit today (Tuesday 12 June), which is being held during the Canary Wharf London motorexpo. CPT has been busily recruiting engineers in response to increased demand for its 12, 24 and 48 volt modular hybrid solutions, also to increase its resources following the successful recent sale of the company’s electric supercharger business to Valeo. The sale of this business and its production ready technology included 10 engineers that worked on the project.
12th June 2012

Valeo Acquires Electric Supercharger Technology

As part of its strategy of developing solutions to reduce CO2 emissions, Valeo has acquired the Variable Torque Enhancement System (VTES) business of British automotive technology development company Controlled Power Technologies (CPT).
7th December 2011

CPT Developing Powerful 48 Volt Electric Supercharger For Micro Mild Hybrids

CPT Developing Powerful 48 Volt Electric Supercharger For Micro Mild Hybrids
The low carbon vehicle specialist Controlled Power Technologies is developing a 48 volt version of its electric supercharger based on its variable torque enhancement system known as VTES. The more powerful higher voltage variant will support moves by European vehicle manufacturers announced earlier this year to introduce 48 volt passenger vehicle power networks to help meet the requirement for lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions.
3rd October 2011

Micro-hybrid Solutions Provide Cost Effective Route To Low Carbon Vehicles Says Controlled Power Technologies

Micro-hybrid Solutions Provide Cost Effective Route To Low Carbon Vehicles Says Controlled Power Technologies
Controlled Power Technologies (CPT), which is working on a number of low voltage ‘micro-mild’ hybrid innovations, is presenting its cost efficient carbon reduction technologies at the UK’s leading low carbon vehicle conference and ride & drive event this week. The ‘LCV2011’ conference on 7-8 September is being hosted by Cenex at the Rockingham Motor Speedway in Corby, Northamptonshire. Meanwhile, the company’s new ‘LC Super Hybrid’ demonstrator will be making its first appearance at the AVL Engine & Environment conference in Graz, Austria. This latest demonstrator built in association with the Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium (ALABC) is based on a 1.4l turbocharged BlueMotion VW Passat family saloon, providing carmakers with real world verification of its concept for a new class of ‘micro-mild’ hybrid vehicle. The technologies incorporated will demonstrate significantly reduced CO2 emissions combined with attractive performance at relatively low cost compared to full hybrid and range-extended electric vehicles. ALABC carbon-enhanced lead-acid battery designs complement the low voltage technology helping to maximise energy recuperation during deceleration, fully realising SpeedStart’s potential for high power generation and electrical energy recovery.
12th September 2011


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