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Posted 4 months ago | 2 minute read

GridBeyond has teamed up with London Transport Museum to look at the future of urban transport

GridBeyond, a world leading technology player for managing distributed and flexible energy resources, has become a Corporate Member of London Transport Museum. As a Corporate Member, GridBeyond will become part of a group of industry leaders committed to supporting the Museum, and helping it to inspire people’s curiosity about urban transport and the role it plays in our lives and cities.

Situated in the heart of Covent Garden, London Transport Museum explores the powerful link between transport and the growth of modern London, culture and society since 1800. The Museum’s collections, together with its lively events and learning programme are a window into the past, present and future of how transport keeps London moving, working and growing, and makes life in our city better. By becoming a Corporate Member, GridBeyond will play a key role in enabling London Transport Museum to continue delivering its education and outreach work across London.  

Michael Kent, Head of EV Solutions at GridBeyond said:

“We are very pleased to become a London Transport Museum Corporate Members and have the opportunity to discuss market opportunities and look at role of new technologies in the transport sector. Furthermore, the transition to a net zero economy is driving significant change in the energy sector and we are delighted to be enable to use our software solutions to help in the transition and build together a shared energy economy that delivers sustainability, resilience, affordability and adaptability based on collaboration and innovation”.

Wes Salton, Head of Development at London Transport Museum said:

‘GridBeyond has an excellent reputation for managing distributed and flexible energy resources – sharing our Museum’s vision to deliver a global zero carbon future. We are therefore delighted to welcome this world-leading tech company as a Corporate Member. This includes having a seat at the table to debate, consider, and path the way to the future of urban transport through our thought-leadership programme, Interchange.’

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