|Siemens is supporting Greenpower with funding and has committed to help boost participation through its existing network of schools and encouraging employees to become involved in helping with projects and events. Siemens is also providing industry leading CAD software to all Greenpower teams. Each school can obtain a site license of Solid Edge to help them engineer and design their Greenpower vehicle. This easy to use CAD software is available at no cost to the school.|
|The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) is one of the worlds leading professional societies for the engineering and technology community, with more than 150,000 members in 127 countries and offices in Europe, North America and Asia-Pacific. The IET provides a global network to facilitate the exchange of ideas and promote the positive role of science, engineering and technology in the world.|
|The Transformation Trust is an independent children’s charity that funds extra-curricular activities in schools in some of the most challenged parts of England. We support a range of opportunities and experiences designed to help young people to fulfil their potential, including Greenpower. Our mission is to ensure the enriching activities, which many children in England are fortunate enough to enjoy thanks to their background and the schools they attend, are within the reach of all young people.|
|The Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 was established in 1850 by Her Majesty Queen Victoria to organise the Great Exhibition. Prince Albert was appointed President and took personal charge of the whole complex operation. The Exhibition was an enormous success and made a substantial profit. The Commission, about to be dissolved, was enjoined by Royal Charter to remain constituted and to administer the profits for charitable purposes. Greenpower have been awarded a special award for new timekeeping equipment in 2013.|
|As one of the most technically capable web agencies in the UK, Unipro has delivered countless solutions on time and within budget.
We are proud to say that 90% of our work is repeat business - a fact we feel affirms our clients' trust in how we operate and the quality of the solutions we provide.
|Fordingbridge plc has an excellent reputation for the design and build of inspiring and sustainable curved roof structures. These include sustainable buildings, school canopies, covered walkways and tensile fabric structures. We work with architects, building contractors or directly with clients to produce bespoke or standard design solutions for a wide range of uses.|
|For 100 years, Ford have led the way in automotive firsts. From innovations such as Lane Departure Warning on the all new Focus, to Active Park Assist on the all new C-MAX, Ford has never stopped pinoneering new technologies. Ford is committed to making cars safer, smarter, more efficient and more attainable for everyone. For the past 13 years Ford has also supported the Greenpower challenge.|
|At Southampton we have worked with top teams in Formula 1 and other racing series for decades. Supporting Greenpower is our way of inspiring youngsters about how engineering can launch them into top-flight Motorsport careers, such as Adrian Newey (Technical Director) and Ben Agathangelou (Head of Aerodynamics) at Red Bull Racing. Greenpower provides a great springboard for Southamptons world class engineering degree courses covering aeronautics, astronautics, ship science and mechanical engineering, launching young people into top flight careers.|
|The Institution of Mechnical Engineers has been the home for Mechanical Engineers for the last 150 years and currently has a worldwide membership in excess of 80,000.|
|Passivent Commercial Ltd are a leading UK company in the field of sustainable and energy-efficient ventilation and daylighting for schools and commercial buildings. Passivent are the major sponsors of the St Pauls Catholic College Greenpower cars and the Greater London Regional Heat at Dunsfold Park.|
|Liverpool Motor Club is probably the oldest active motor club in the UK, being the direct descendant of the Liverpool Self-Propelled Traffic Association which organised a ‘trial for self-propelled vehicles’ (what we would now call a Hill Climb) on Liverpool’s Everton Brow in 1896. The Club is pleased to be able to support Greenpower by hosting its annual visit to historic Aintree for the North West heats.|
|In metrology, motion control, machine calibration, dental CAD/CAM and spectroscopy, Renishaw innovations enhance precision, efficiency and quality. Renishaw are sponsors of the Western Regional Heat at Castle Combe.|
|The Cornwall College Group is committed to enriching the lives and creating new opportunities for all members of the local community. This is reflected in our mission statement: "to provide Cornwall with a high quality student experience, celebrated through academic achievement, personal development and employability."|
Springfields Fuels Ltd and Westinghouse fully support the innovative work being carried out by Greenpower to raise the profile of Engineering and Science as a career. Over the next decade the Nuclear Industry, of which Springfields are part of, will need an increased number of engineers and scientists to support the nuclear renaissance in the UK, and therefore any initiative to support science and engineering can only be good for the country.
|Engineers have needed to provide solutions for people in the past and will clearly need to do so in the future. Engineering has an important role to play in sustainable development which is why we are planning a major new Sustainable Transport Laboratory. Through this and other initiatives, we aim to equip and shape the leaders of tomorrow and to Drive the Future.|
|Cummins Inc., a global power leader, is a corporation of complementary business units that design, manufacture, distribute and service engines and related technologies. Cummins produce diesel engines and exhaust systems at its facility in Darlington, County Durham.|
|The Cleveland Scientific Institution [CSI] is the realisation in the 1920’s of the idea of an Institution which would be the home of all technical workers in iron and steel, shipbuilding , Insurance and engineering where they could meet in good fellowship and in surroundings conducive to a healthy exchange of views. Today the CSI has a membership of 12 Science and Engineering Professional Institutions and it is committed to ensuring that the young people of The Tees Valley have the opportunities to enter into the fields of Science Engineering and Mathematics.
|MCIS is a subsidiary of Mitsuibishi Chemical Corporation, a leading producer of Electrolyte for Lithium-ion batteries.|
|The Lloyds Register Educational Trust is an independent charity operating throughout the world. It was established in 2004 by the Lloyds Register Group. The LRET is funded by the Lloyds Register Group. However, once the Group has made a donation to the LRET, it has no direct say in how it is used. That decision is taken by the LRETs own Board of Trustees, with guidance from its full-time Director, Michael Franklin.|
|Tomorrows Engineers creates sustainable long-term involvement with communities, schools and colleges in order to increase the uptake of engineering as a career.|
|Staffordshire STEM Centre is a not for profit organisation providing enrichment and enhancement of the STEM curriculum. We design and deliver an evolving range of innovative ativities for schools and colleges that are curriculum focussed. These activities reflect changes in society and the future skills agenda. In supporting Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) across the 4-19 year age range we work closely with industrial partners. We also support and broker a wide range of national schemes developed to meet the needs and interests of young people.|
|For more than 60 years Silverstone has carved its mark as one of the leading motorsport venues, creating a powerful heritage around the world. Internationally renowned as the host of world class events, Silverstone is also famed for its exhilarating driving experiences, sumptuous corporate entertainment and prestigious conference facilities.|
|Dunsfold Park, hosts of the Greenpower Greater London Regional Heat.|
|Situated in the centre of Aintree Racecourse, home of the world famous John Smiths’ Grand National and the old Grand Prix motor racing track, Aintree Golf Centre boasts one of the most unique locations for a golf range in the UK. Where better to tee off than in a setting such as this? With a 30 Bay Floodlit Driving Range and the 9-hole golf course, one of the longest in the country, Aintree Golf Centre has it covered. Learn, practice and play at Aintree, the natural home of sporting champions.|
|Prodrive are the world’s largest independent motorsport and automotive technology business.
David Richards, chairman of Prodrive, is also a Patron of Greenpower.
Over the last 24 years Prodrive has worked with Alfa Romeo, Aston Martin, BMW, Ferrari, Ford, Honda, Porsche and Subaru running World Rally, international sports cars and touring car programmes from its Banbury base.
|An important objective of the Automotive Application Division of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining is to promote materials technology to potential engineers in schools. The support to Greenpower is awarded in recognition of the opportunities provided by the Greenpower competition for youngsters to partake in an exciting and educational engineering programme.|
|Our people design, develop and manufacture inspirational high technology engineering solutions for the most exacting requirements of global systems companies. We deliver solutions, sub-systems and components, to the advanced systems companies, for their specialist applications within medical and science, aerospace and defence, and commerical and industrial markets.|
|Cornwall has been connected to other parts of the world for nearly seven decades from Newquay/St Mawgan Airfield with the very first domestic flight taking place in 1934.|
|GoMotorsport.net, the one pit-stop website set up to fast track you into all areas of motor sport. From circuit racing and rallying to more affordable but no less fun disciplines such as autotests and karting.|
|As a worldwide association, the MIA now provides a network that reaches into every corner of the motorsport business community. The community of members spans the whole spectrum of the international motorsport business, from the largest companies to the smallest private firms.|
|The Insurance Partnership are proud to support Greenpower|
|MotorSport Vision support regional heats at Bedford Autodrome, one of the MotorSport Vision group of circuits, as well as organising and hosting the Bedford Autodrome Schools Grand Prix, a stand alone event for Bedford schools.|
|Based in the UK and through offices worldwide, Sevcon produces high quality traction motor controller systems which have been applied to a vast range of pure electric and hybrid vehicles. Through constant development, Sevcons products continue to meet the ever higher performance demands of system integration required with battery, motor and drive system technologies of today.|
|Rozalex skincare products were first developed in Manchester in the 1920s by The Chloride Electrical Storage Co. Those employees working on the production line often encountered skin problems due to exposeure to the lead and acid involved in the manufacturing process. Rozalex was so successful at protecting and cleansing the skin of the Chloride workers that it was spun off into a separate company, Rozalex Ltd, in 1929. Rozalex was synonymous with British Industry, especially within the engineering and automotive sectors, for many years.
Rozalex is now being re-vitalised by its new owners and what better way to re-introduce the brand than amongst talented engineers who like racing battery powered cars! Rozalex are proud to be associated with Greenpower and wish them all the best with their endeavours.
Firmly established as Europes largest Motorsport Exhibition, this annual pre-season event covers all areas of motorsport, both pofessional and grass roots from Karting up to F1. Uniquely catering for industry professionals and motorsport fans alike, the show incorporates two Trade-only days (10/11 January 2013) followed by two Public days (12/13 January 2013) dedicated to motorsport enthusiasts.