Nottingham Drive Specialists (NDSS) will provide &# 8220;specialized design, manufacture and testing of electric motors and drives to support the industrialization of power electronic converters, electric machines and drives from design to production and testing". according to the university.
This is housed in the newly opened Power Electronics and Machines Center (PEMC) and has access to over £20 million worth of equipment. Funding came from Research England, the Getting Building Fund, D2N2, the Wolfson Foundation and the Driving the Electric Revolution Industrialization Center (DER-IC or of which Nottingham is a partner).
“Over the past 25 years we have built a repository of intellectual property in this subject area and making this available for companies to benefit from is a key part of what we are doing to support the move towards electrification and the development of the UK supply chain. &# 8221; said NDSS General Manager Hitendra Hirani (pictured).