Introduction

University of Chester

Liverpool John Moores

Lionel Simons

Our Partners

RangeX is currently working with universities to develop our technology. We are wanting to find the most effective way to connect our genset to the EV and the best way to start up the engine once the battery has fallen below the designated power level.

The next area of research will be testing of the genset by installing the RangeX genset into a global leading EV. We will be testing things like how much charge per litre of fuel used and the effects different fuels (petrol, ethanol, bio-fuels and even hydrogen) have on performance.

University of Chester

We are working with Liverpool John Moores and University of Chester to find the most effective way to connect our gen-set to the EV and the best way to start up the engine once the battery has fallen below the designated power level. Once these initial problems have been solved, the next stage of research will begin

Liverpool John Moores

With LJMU, we will be engaging on a test project for our gen-set by installing a Range X gen-set into a small electric vehicle. Our testing will cover areas such as how much charge % per litre of fuel used and the effects different fuels (ethanol, distillates, petrol, biofuels) have on performance and we will be testing to find the capabilities of our gen-set.

Lionel Simons

Lionel Simons acted as Managing Director of Denbyware Ltd from 1970-1977, promoting growth of the company and increasing revenue from £6 million to £14 million per annum. Lionel has also acted as Chairman of KleenAir Systems International plc, an AIM listed company specialising in technology transfer from California to the UK for automotive exhaust and fuel efficiency systems.