TPS join consortium to support a Low-Carbon future through Vehicle-to-Grid system – Let’s turn car parks into power stations!

Turbo Power Systems (TPS) has joined forces in a national consortium which includes our North-East-based neighbours – University of Newcastle, aiming to deliver an exciting new project called Smart Hubs. The term “Smart Hubs” refers to a car park installation comprising Solar Photovoltaic Canopies, Electric Vehicle Charge Points and Energy Storage. These are all inter-connected […]

Two awards taken home by TPS at UKRIA 2018!

We are extremely happy to share that we have been awarded twice for our Static Converter at the UK Rail Industry Awards ceremony (UKRIA) upon being shortlisted in 5 categories! This is the second time TPS have won in the Traction & Rolling Stock category, however this year we were selected as winners for Cost […]

TPS wins contract with Bombardier Transportation (BT) to provide Auxiliary Power Supply units for London Underground (LU)

Bombardier Transportation (BT), Sweden has placed a multi-million pound order with TPS to provide Auxiliary Power Supply (APS) equipment for 680 cars of London Underground’s Central Line. TPS’s scope is to design and supply a cutting edge, innovative, efficient and compact APS system that will enable BT to deliver a high-quality traction system for LU. […]

Shortlisting in 5 categories for TPS at UKRIA 2018 Awards!

Our intelligent solutions have been shortlisted in 5 categories at UK Rail Industry Awards this year: Cost Base Reduction, Environmental & Sustainability, Design Innovation, Traction & Rolling Stock and Product Innovation 2018 Shortlistings for the UK Rail Industry Awards (UKRIA) have been announced! During this distinguished awards ceremony, UKRIA aims to select and bring together the most important players within the UK rail […]

TPS and UKPN are collaborating on the innovative Active Response research project

TPS and UK Power Networks are collaborating on a revolutionary research project to release spare network capacity and significantly reduce customer bills whilst achieving a greener electricity supply by 2030. The idea behind the Active Response research project is to identify where spare capacity on the electricity distribution network can be released to support the […]