Lancaster-headquartered Miralis Data has chosen the Scottish city for its second office after securing funding to tackle potential barriers to EV adoption.
Miralis has received funding through Scottish Enterprise’s Can Do Innovation Challenge to focus on the issue of “bay-hogging” – the use of EV charging bays by non-electric cars. The project is also supported by Glasgow City Council, East Lothian and Scottish Leather Group.
Earlier this month Stonehaven-based Trojan Energy secured a late seed round investment of £2.2 million to roll out its EV charging hub innovation.
The round was led by Scottish angel investors Equity Gap, and includes investment from Scottish Enterprise, SIS Ventures and Aberdeen-based angel investors Alba Equity.
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