Emil Rangelov

HV Systems Ltd

Emil Rangelov is a successful business man and the CEO of HV Systems. It is his vision and passion that drives our company forward and has led to the development of our zero emissions vehicles.

Since childhood Emil has had a drive to make the world a better place. He believes that new technology and innovations can make life better for us all and that companies should work in a way that benefits society and the environment.

For over ten years Emil has been researching and developing his ideas for advanced propulsion and when the opportunity to create hydrogen-electric HGVs and LCVs arose he grabbed it with both hands. These vehicles will significantly reduce transport emissions and the air pollution that has led to so many premature deaths.

Emil''s vision of hydrogen-electric commercial vehicles will bring our society one step closer to his goal of a green and sustainable economy. He believes that creativity and constant innovation is the key to creating a brighter and better future for all.

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Zero emissions vehicles and autonomous driving - oh my!

Upcoming government legislation for low emissions zones means that transport companies need to plan the future of their fleets now. This seminar will discuss the pros and cons of each of the alternative fuels as well as the possibility of autonomous vehicles playing a part.

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    Lee Taylor - Managing H&S Compliance with Antiquated Systems

  • Michael Lunn: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Michael Lunn - Brownfield Register and Permission in Principle - the opportunities for Brownfield First development

  • Simon Talbot: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Simon Talbot - Successful Continuous Ground-Gas Monitoring and Risk Assessment

  • Chris Swainston: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Chris Swainston - AGS cover systems update

  • Prof. Russell Thomas: Speaking at the Contamination Expo

    Prof. Russell Thomas - Ultra-resolution analysis of coal tars – Implications for risk assessment and source apportionment