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REO UK articles

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Rethinking electric vehicle components

Rethinking electric vehicle components
Electric vehicle power electronics manufacturer REO UK has released an infographic explaining the three key areas for improvement in EV components. The infographic is available to download for free from the REO UK website and aims to help electrical and design engineers choose high quality electrical components to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their upcoming EV projects.
3rd November 2018

Design considerations for next-gen of Formula E

Design considerations for next-gen of Formula E
In its first season, all teams competing in the ABB FIA Formula E championship were supplied with the same electric vehicle (EV). Now, teams can get more creative under the bonnet and automotive manufacturers are using Formula E as a test bed to fine-tune their green technology. 
31st July 2018

Rethinking component design for electric vehicles

Rethinking component design for electric vehicles
  Despite being first invented in the 1830s, Electric Vehicles (EVs) have only become commercially viable in the last decade. Steve Hughes, Managing Director of REO UK, explains the challenges faced by automotive companies designing the next generation of EVs.
4th July 2018


New whitepaper explores the challenges of EV adoption

New whitepaper explores the challenges of EV adoption
As sales of electric vehicles rise and companies begin to capitalise on the increased adoption of the technology, REO UK is urging the industry to consider the three areas of concern: component design, charging infrastructure and battery technology. As part of its call-to-action, the company has released a whitepaper exploring these issues, which can be downloaded from the REO UK website.
19th June 2018

REO UK becomes member of Rail Forum East Midlands

REO UK becomes member of Rail Forum East Midlands
The Rail Forum East Midlands (RFEM) has gained another new member with power quality specialist REO UK being the latest addition to the organisation that operates as a source of knowledge and a voice for the rail industry. REO UK’s membership represents the company’s increased focus on helping businesses tackle electrical interference problems in the sector.
10th August 2017

Transforming power quality for the renewable age

Transforming power quality for the renewable age
Following the landmark COP21 agreement to reduce carbon emissions, Steve Hughes, managing director of REO UK explores why rail providers need to be prepared for the inevitable shift to renewable energy and to manage potential power quality issues that may arise.
21st July 2017

It's good enough for the Golden Gate Bridge

It's good enough for the Golden Gate Bridge
Everyone is familiar with the iconic Golden Gate Bridge, and over two billion cars have actually driven across it since its opened back in 1937. With this constant flow of traffic, combined with the salty sea air and San Francisco’s notoriously foggy weather means that maintenance workers use an anti-corrosion paint coating to protect the bridge’s steel components. Steve Hughes, Managing Director of power quality specialist REO UK, explained how manufacturers of electronic components can protect their products from the elements.
2nd March 2017

Making vehicles more energy efficient

Making vehicles more energy efficient
A water-cooled power resistor for braking systems in hybrid and electric vehicles, the REOHM BWD 330, has been launched by REO. The unique design of the resistor allows excess energy generated during braking to be converted into heat and used in heating systems, increasing vehicle energy efficiency while reducing voltage transients. This makes it ideal for vehicles in agricultural, commercial, haulage and fleet applications.
4th October 2016

The journey of railway electrification

The journey of railway electrification
If you were to step onto High Speed 2 (HS2) in the northern reaches of the UK for a trip to London, you would witness a significant change of landscape in a relatively short amount of time. The same can be said for the journey of railway electrification, which in 133 years has gone from a quarter mile of track to the majority of the UK. Here Steve Hughes, managing director of power quality specialist, REO UK, looks at the electrification of rail.
19th May 2016


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