ABOUT THE PROJECT
TransPark is a research project funded by the Transforming Construction Network Plus, which aims to reimagine parking as a space of innovation. Working in partnership with the British Parking Association and Ballast Nedam Parking, the project examines the different types and levels of interoperability between parking, energy, digital and even mobility services and the opportunities they create for the development of new business models. The project’s objective is to aid the development of innovative business models bringing together energy, digital & mobility services in car parks. The project will make it easier for car users to access and benefit from energy, digital and mobility services.
The project seeks to engage with parking operators, parking construction and design companies, digital companies, mobility companies, Distribution Network Operator s/energy supply companies/National Grid, local/community energy companies, local authorities, national level policy makers and regional energy and infrastructure groups.
This project is supported by The Transforming Construction Network Plus which is funded by UK Research and Innovation through the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund. The N+ unites construction’s academic and industrial communities to create a new research and knowledge base, dedicated to addressing the systemic problems holding back the sector. The N+ is a joint project between UCL, Imperial College London and WMG, University of Warwick.