UK e-Mobility Awards 2023 winners announced

The ceremony recognises the leading innovators pushing new developments in plug-in transport and travel, in turn helping drive down emissions and air pollution.

Among the notable success stories are McLaren Applied, which took home the Prix d’Honneur. The company’s legendary work in motorsports has helped it establish a leading position at the forefront of the sector via products like the IPG5 800V Silicone Carbide Inverter. IONETIC, Monta, Octopus Electroverse, SolarTaxi, SWARCO and Zapp EV all received notable mentions. 

MAXUS, formerly LDV, picked up the prize for Bus/Truck/Van/Pick-Up EV, and Emobility/EV Manufacturer of the year for its excellence in commercial vehicles. The company, which accounts for 11% of the current UK market share, was joined by CTEK Sweden as finalist in the second category. CTEK won best Emobility/Charge-Point Manufacturer.

‘It is a huge honour to be named winner of this coveted award. We are very pleased that the experienced E-Mobility Awards judges picked CTEK and our CC2 for this title,’ said CTEK’s Global Director of Energy & Facilities. ‘The UK market is very important to CTEK and this win will be celebrated equally here by our UK team and back in Sweden at our headquarters where the research and innovations for CC2 took place and continue every day.’

Meanwhile, IONETIC – which provides customised affordable battery pack solutions to auto manufacturers – took best Start-up Emobility/EV Company, with AEHRA and Zapp EV listed as finalists. In total, Zapp won three awards – New Emobility/EV Marque Launch, Emobility/EV Engineering, and Recycling Innovation and Sustainability Initiatives for its range of vehicles, including the two-wheel i300 electric scooter. 

Other victors include LeasePlan UK, SWARCO / ChargePlace Scotland, Jumptech, while McLaren Applied also picked up Emobility/EV Design or Engineering Team. Ree Automotive, SolarTaxi, Joju Charging, 3ti Energy Hubs, Tusker, Tevva, Mina, Air, HV Systems, IONETIC, Monta, and Octopus Electroverse all.  You can find details of all the winners here.

Last week, Air Quality News reported on a new study of the UK’s EV charging infrastructure which reiterated huge regional discrepancies, with one-third of all charge points currently found in London.


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