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GS Yuasa, the world’s leading battery manufacturer, have announced a partnership with Bridgend-based Infinite Renewables Group. The partnership serves to offer cheaper and greener electricity through the combination of renewable energy generation and battery storage technology, creating local energy centres in industrial areas throughout West Wales and the Valleys. The Generation Storage Consumption Supply (GSCS) project is part funded by the European Regional Development Fund, through the Welsh Government, and is a collaboration between Infinite Renewables Group, GS Yuasa and Albion Community Power LP, a fund managed by Albion Capital. The project aims to utilise a combination of low carbon and green energy solutions, such as wind turbines, solar PV and combined heat and power. These technologies are to be integrated with GS Yuasa’s proven dual-chemistry battery system, reducing electricity costs and the environmental impact associated with traditional forms of energy generation. GSCS have developed a state-of-the-art dual chemical energy storage solution housed within shipping containers. These first of their kind systems combine Yuasa’s industry-leading lead acid batteries with GS Yuasa’s cutting-edge Lithium-ion battery technology to store and deploy green locally generated energy as and when necessary. Both unique and self-contained, the systems are designed to be easily integrated into any renewable energy micro-grid configuration. The announcement comes following the successful installation of a concept container, pictured above, at GS Yuasa’s factory in Ebbw Vale, South Wales early last year. The system stores energy generated by renewable sources to support the factory’s production capability of over 850,000 batteries a year. A total of seven schemes are planned, the first of which involves the installation of 2,900 solar panels at GS Yuasa’s Ebbw Vale factory. Around 5% of the energy needed to support the factory’s production will be generated from the solar panels, the installation is expected to begin shortly. The project utilises funding from the European Regional Development Fund to build the energy centres. Additional capital is provided by Infinite Renewable’s funding partner, Albion Community Power LP, a fund managed by Albion Capital. James Hylton, Managing Director at GS Yuasa Battery Sales UK Ltd said: “It’s hugely exciting to announce our continued partnership with Infinite Renewables. We’ve worked closely over the last few years to pioneer an environmentally-conscious energy storage solution and are delighted that the collaboration is to continue.” “It’s fantastic news for the Ebbw Vale factory too which was at the centre of increased production earlier in the year to fulfil orders in response to COVID-19. The Welsh factory produced thousands of batteries for use in critical infrastructure nationwide including the NHS Nightingale hospitals.” Andrew Crossman, Director of Infinite Renewables Group Ltd added: “It’s tremendously exciting that one of the world’s largest battery manufacturers, GS Yuasa, has partnered again with Infinite Renewables to develop these ground-breaking energy centres here in Wales.” For more information on GS Yuasa, visit www.gs-yuasa.eu The post GS Yuasa announce partnership with Infinite Renewables Group to bring greener electricity to South Wales appeared first on Yuasa.
Yuasa are celebrating with Josh Brookes and the VisionTrack Ducati team after the Australian won the British Superbike Championship for the second time in his career. Two brilliant victories at Brands Hatch last weekend was enough to secure the title and give Yuasa their first as a BSB sponsor. This was the first year GS Yuasa, manufacturer of Yuasa batteries, have sponsored the factory-supported Ducati Panigale V4 R in the BSB. The bikes’ striking red, white and blue livery featured the Yuasa logo on the belly pan and fairing, and also on the rider’s leathers throughout the very successful 2020 championship. As well as Brookes’ title win, there was further celebration for the Cumbrian team with Christian Iddon taking third and fourth on the day. In the end, Brookes completed the season with five wins from 18 races, more than anyone else this year. Like most events around the country, the 2020 BSB championship had a delayed start due to the Covid-19 situation and the organisers were forced to run the entire season behind closed doors. Nevertheless, millions of fans still got to enjoy the excitement of British Superbike racing and watch Brookes claim his fantastic second championship from the comfort of their television screens. Jon Pritchard, General Manager – Sales and Marketing for GS Yuasa Battery Sales UK Ltd said: “We’re absolutely delighted that Josh has claimed his second British Superbike Championship title and the very first with Yuasa’s backing. After a successful 2019 season we knew our exciting new partnership with Paul Bird Motorsport and the VisionTrack Ducati team would be a force to be reckoned with in 2020, so it’s great to have been part of it this year. “Yuasa’s core values are reliability, quality and performance and our partnership with VisionTrack Ducati strongly mirrors this. We also believe that success is achieved through teamwork and this is continuously demonstrated by their strong team ethics. “We are delighted to be able to share the success of Josh Brookes and the team and we are celebrating this monumental success with them. We can’t wait to see what more they can go on to achieve in the future.” GS Yuasa are the worldwide market leader for motorcycle batteries and fitted as original equipment by over 90% of bike marques. The battery manufacturer’s Yuasa brand is the UK’s number one choice for vehicle and industrial batteries, offering some of the most well recognised, trusted and high-quality battery products for use in a diverse range of automotive, motorcycle, industrial and standby power applications. Yuasa has an impressive portfolio and history of success in motorsport, including being a team sponsor of HRC Repsol Honda in MotoGP where Marc Marquez claimed a sixth MotoGP title last year. Yuasa has also had a lengthy involvement as a title sponsor of Halfords Yuasa Racing in the British Touring Car Championship, celebrating no less than four driver’s and constructors title wins. Date published: 29 October 2020 The post Yuasa powers Josh Brookes and Ducati to British Superbike championship victory appeared first on Yuasa.
GS Yuasa Academy has become the first battery training program to partner with The Institute of the Motor Industry. The online learning platform will give users who have completed all courses the opportunity to become a fully-fledged member of the IMI. GS Yuasa Academy is the most powerful comprehensive online battery learning platform available. Featuring over 20 detailed training courses, it covers every step of a battery’s ‘journey’ – from leaving the shelf, through ongoing maintenance, to end of service life. Once users have successfully completed all GS Yuasa Academy courses, they will be eligible to apply for IMI certification and membership through the platform. If they decide to do so they will then receive a printed certificate, membership pack and a range of benefits from the highly respected institution. The Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) was founded in 1920, with the goal to establish new skills and knowledge benchmarks for the emerging automotive industry. IMI’s purpose is to provide and continuously evolve, the means by which people working in the automotive sector can attain relevant professional competence and appropriate recognition. IMI members are committed to personal development and the highest technical standards. By becoming an IMI member, users can join a global community of best practice, get access to exclusive training, careers information and advice and enjoy many personal and business discounts. Ian Newham, Training Manager at GS Yuasa Battery Sales UK Ltd said, “We are extremely proud to partnering with IMI through our GS Yuasa Academy online learning platform. We’ve worked hard to make the academy the most comprehensive learning solution available and this partnership certainly does that. We’re pleased to be able to give industry professionals the opportunity to join such a highly valued institute of the automotive sector. “We’ve seen incredible engagement since the launch of GS Yuasa Academy – workshops, technicians, distributors and individuals have all rallied behind it. We know they love the broad range of content and the dynamic way in which it’s delivered. Each module only takes a few minutes to complete and can be completed at your own pace. The fact that users can simply leave the site and then pick up where they left off is a real bonus for technicians and workshop owners with a busy work schedule too.” To find out more about GS Yuasa Academy, or to start learning now, visit https://academy.gs-yuasa.eu/ Date published: 23/11/2020 The post GS Yuasa Academy receives IMI accreditation appeared first on Yuasa.
GS Yuasa have launched a coronavirus-specific training course covering COVID-19 and batteries. The free course will help distributors, workshops and garages combat the rise of battery failure occurring because of reduced usage due to lockdowns. The course, which has been compiled as part of the battery manufacturer’s award-winning training platform GS Yuasa Academy, consists of four short modules and takes less than ten minutes to complete. In that time, users will learn what causes a vehicle battery to fail, how to assess a potential warranty claim and the importance of battery care. It comes in response to a significant rise in battery failure as a consequence of vehicles being off the road as a result of the UK’s coronavirus restrictions. As well as providing timely, COVID-specific advice, the course also acts as a taster for those not familiar with the battery manufacturer’s training platform. A must for anyone working with batteries, GS Yuasa Academy features over 20 dynamic courses. All of which provide a wealth of knowledge and technical expertise bringing a wide range of benefits. These include additional battery sales opportunities, faster fitting and a reduction in returns. Ian Newham, Training Manager at GS Yuasa Battery Sales UK Ltd said: “As the effects the UK’s coronavirus restrictions have had on vehicle batteries continue to make themselves known, we’re keen to ensure distributors, workshops and garages are armed with the necessary training to keep the nation’s motorists moving.” “We understand not everyone can take a day out or travel for a training day, which is why we have developed the Academy, and specifically this course, to ensure comprehensive battery training is available to all. GS Yuasa Academy is a purpose-built training platform that allows users to pick up or pause their learning as and when time allows. Topics are broken down into bite-sized modules with downloadable support materials available to encourage learning at an individual’s own pace, wherever, whenever.” Launched last year, the battery training platform has recently become the first to receive both Institute of the Motor Industry (IMI) and CPD accreditation. Users who successfully complete all GS Yuasa Academy courses are eligible to apply for full IMI certification and membership through the platform. All GS Yuasa Academy course certificates carry the CPD logo and count towards professional development CPD points. These can prove to employers and professional bodies that users have kept their skills and knowledge up to date with industry standards. To access the free GS Yuasa COVID-19 and Batteries course, click here. Date published: 01 December 2020. The post GS Yuasa launch free online COVID-19 and Batteries training course for workshops and distributors appeared first on Yuasa.
Yuasa are looking back at a positive season celebrating their 10-year anniversary in the British Touring Car Championship. The world’s leading battery manufacturer took home silverware throughout the 2020 season. The 2020 championship marked a BTCC season like no other. The season was due to kick off in March, however due to the global Covid-19 situation, there was no other option than to put it on hold. Thanks to the fantastic efforts of TOCA, the championship finally got underway at Donington Park on 2nd August and managed to hold the full 30-rounds across the United Kingdom. Halfords Yuasa Racing drivers, Matt Neal and Dan Cammish carried ‘10 years in BTCC’ logos on their Honda Civic FK8 race cars to mark the fantastic milestone for the battery manufacturer. Despite the season running behind closed door with no fans, the 2020 season still brought all the action. For the second year running, Cammish went into the final round at Brands Hatch with a chance of winning the prestigious drivers’ championship. Unfortunately for Dan, he narrowly missed out by only 16 points but still secured third in the standings. Throughout the season, the Honda pairing achieved 4 race wins and 13 podiums, including 2 double podiums at Yuasa’s home race at Thruxton, a weekend that saw both cars run a special 10-year anniversary livery. The design was based on the bonnet of the iconic red and white 2013 Honda Civic FK2, driven by Matt Neal and Gordon Shedden. A car that secured Honda and Team Dynamics both the manufacturers and teams championship that year, whilst Gordon Shedden narrowly missed out on the drivers’ championship. The design was a nod to their successes over the last ten years and bought back some nostalgia for the long-standing supporters watching at home. James Hylton, Managing Director at GS Yuasa Battery Sales UK Ltd said: “We are incredibly proud to celebrate ten years in the British Touring Car Championship with Honda and Team Dynamics. The Yuasa brand has become synonymous with BTCC racing and the works Honda team, it’s been such a big part of our business culture over the last ten years. “In a year which has been difficult for everyone it was nice to celebrate something positive and look back on the fantastic success we have shared with the team. It will certainly be a year we remember for a very long time!” Yuasa has a long and proud heritage in the BTCC, sponsoring the Honda works team in 2010 before becoming a title sponsor a year later. During this time, the world’s leading battery manufacturer has enjoyed phenomenal success on the track, claiming an unprecedented 77 race wins, 214 podiums, 4 drivers’ championships, 5 teams and 5 manufacturers titles. For more information on Yuasa and their products visit www.yuasa.com Date published: 30/11/2020 The post Yuasa reflect on successful 10-year anniversary season in BTCC appeared first on Yuasa.
The installation of nearly 3,000 solar panels has begun at GS Yuasa’s Ebbw Vale factory in South Wales. The installation, which is part of the Generation, Storage, Consumption, Supply (GSCS) project will remove 220 tonnes of CO2, significantly reducing the Yuasa battery manufacturing plant’s carbon footprint. The installation is part of project to bring greener energy to South Wales and is a collaboration between Infinite Renewables Group and GS Yuasa. The project is partially funded by the European Regional Development Fund, through the Welsh Government with additional capital provided by Community Power LP, a fund managed by Albion Capital. The energy generated from the solar panels will be used in the production and charging of batteries produced at the site – reducing the reliance on traditional forms of energy. Representatives from both GS Yuasa and Infinite Renewables witnessed the very first panels being installed earlier this month. The near 3,000 panels, which cover a surface area of over 5,000 square metres, will generate nearly 868,000 kWh per year, roughly 5% of the factory’s annual energy consumption. [caption id="attachment_7687" align="aligncenter" width="549"] David Southworth (L) and David Ball (R) from GE National on site at GS Yuasa’s Ebbw Vale factory.[/caption] Opened in 1981, GS Yuasa’s South Wales production facility produces over 850,000 batteries a year. A wide range of UK market leading Yuasa brand industrial batteries are manufactured at the site which employs over 300 people, including the popular NPL, EN and SWL battery types. Mike Taylor, Product Manager at GS Yuasa Battery Manufacturing UK said: “Renewable energy is playing an increasingly important role in the move towards reducing reliance on traditional forms of energy. It’s fantastic to witness this investment not only in our South Wales factory, but also in green technology.” Iestyn Morgan, Director of Infinite Renewables Group Ltd added: “We are very excited to be developing the first of our Energy Centres at GS Yuasa’s Ebbw Vale factory. This will be the first of many Energy Centres across West Wales and the Valleys, supported by Welsh Government via European Structural Funds, that will deliver low carbon energy to Welsh businesses. I would like to take this opportunity to commend our partners GS Yuasa for their ongoing support and commitment with this project.” A further six schemes are planned, with further details expected to be announced in the near future. For more information on Yuasa, click here. Date published: 10 December 2020. The post Solar installation begins at GS Yuasa factory in South Wales appeared first on Yuasa.
James Douglas, Marketing and Product Manager and Peter Whittaker, Technical Services Manager at GS Yuasa Battery Sales UK discuss the launch of their new battery and electrical system tester, the GYT250. You’ve recently launched the new GYT250 battery tester, can you tell us more about it? PW: It’s a multiple function tester that covers starter batteries in various technologies. It also includes additional functionalities not available in the market in the form of leisure battery tests. The tester also benefits from the inclusion of starter, alternator and earth tests for an all-round testing package for workshops and distributors. A feature that is new to the market and not seen on any other tester is a larger than average LCD colour display screen, with a very clear picture-based menu structure. JD: The key point to note is the GYT250 is a battery analyser and tester that has been developed by a battery company. No one knows batteries like GS Yuasa. We’ve worked with our technicians and scientists in our labs to make sure that this is the most accurate tester that’s available for warranty, in car health check and stock check. We know that garages want something this is easy and simple to use. So, as well as making it dead accurate, we’ve also worked to make the GYT250 the most user friendly and fastest tester available on the market. The user interface is intuitive, it incorporates colour and it’s easy to use. As its developed by us and has the most up to date algorithms, made by GS Yuasa, the world’s leading battery manufacturer, it is going to be the most accurate tester garages can get. Why have you developed this tester and how will it benefit mechanics? JD: We know how important it is for our customers to be able to check every battery, for them to be able to understand failure modes and test for returns properly. Our Always Check the Battery programme states that anyone dealing with batteries should be testing the battery on every vehicle coming in. This is particularly important now in these periods of reduced usage due to lockdowns. Even before the usage changes this year, 1 in 10 vehicles potentially needed their battery replacing because it would have failed in the near future. By testing every battery, the garages are not only helping the customer out by preventing them a failure but also taking the sale and not allowing it to go to the breakdown service. Another reason for developing the GYT250 is businesses need to be able to test battery warranties effectively, in order to make sure they are only honouring genuine warranty returns. They need to understand the failure. This helps the customer as well because if they are doing something detrimental to their battery, they would like to know how to prevent this for the future. A battery that has failed due to reduced usage is not covered under warranty, so the GYT250 will be able to help users identify that. The GYT250 also allows distributors and workshops to test their stock batteries, so they can handle their stock correctly. This is to make sure that when they are selling batteries they are being stored and sold in the best possible condition. The battery is just part of an electrical system of a vehicle, so this tester can accurately test the battery and also check the starter system, alternator and earth. So, it will not only give a really accurate diagnosis of the battery but also an entire overview of that car’s electrical charging system. How does it differ from general battery testers currently available on the market? PW: The majority of tester manufacturers on the market are copying each other, to some degree. The benefit of a battery manufacturer producing this type of tester is that we verify the CCA results in alignment with real world cold cranking test data at -18 degrees Celsius. This is something that other manufacturers generally don’t have access to because of the costs involved. Overall, the tester is not just designed for testing GS Yuasa batteries, it has algorithms for general health checks of any manufacturer’s battery coming into a workshop. In addition to that though, for the distributors, the warranty algorithm is tuned specifically t o GS Yuasa batteries because of historical testing. It has allowed our engineers to build an image of what constitutes a reject or a valid replacement. You also have a backloaded motorcycle list of GS Yuasa products which is based on real world CCA capability, not just the label rating. It is the most accurate motorcycle battery tester on the market. JD: We have tested a lot of other manufacturer’s products to help develop the GYT250, so we know the algorithm is far superior. In addition, we have also included easy to use features such as, ‘repeat last test’, a ‘quick test’ function and an SD card to store and process test results. The GYT250 has EFB and AGM algorithms as well, not just for automotive products but for commercial vehicle batteries too. We have refined the CV battery test algorithm, to better suit the large plate surface area of commercial vehicle batteries. We have also developed this tester at a really sensible price point. We don’t believe workshops should have to pay, £500, £600 to get their hands on a tester. It doesn’t need to be that expensive! We’ve developed this to be good quality but at a competitive price point. Our mission is to get everyone testing batteries to improve their customer service and increase sales. How does this fit in with Yuasa’s and GS’s Always Check the Battery scheme? The Always Check the Battery scheme has been taken up by thousands of garages across the country, so they are all using their very entry level battery tester. What we are now hoping is that because they have got used to testing batteries, this new piece of kit is going to give them more potential, including being able to perform warranty and electrical system tests we have previously mentioned. It gives mechanics more functionality but as it has a reasonable price point it means the natural progression from the small Always Check the Battery tester is to progress to a GYT250 tester. It effectively gives workshops more beneficial features with the same ease of use and user-friendly design. Where can I get this tester? JD: You can get one from all GS and Yuasa distributors. Speak to your local Yuasa or GS retailer. The post GYT250 Battery & Electrical System Analyser Interview appeared first on Yuasa.
GS Yuasa are calling on everyone to help raise awareness of testicular cancer having announced a new partnership with OddBalls. The battery manufacturer is donating £5,000 to the cancer charity and launching limited edition GS and Yuasa OddBalls bobble hats which they are encouraging people to wear and share online to spread the message. It’s well known that most industries that use GS Yuasa’s batteries, including automotive, motorcycle and industrial markets, are primarily occupied by men, meaning the OddBalls message is of huge importance to all. Roughly six men a day are diagnosed with testicular cancer, with incidence rates increasing by more than a quarter over the last two decades. Following the wide-spread success of their high-profile ‘Always Check the Battery’ scheme, GS Yuasa have now launched ‘Always Check Your Balls’. It is hoped that this fun twist on the message will highlight the importance of conducting regular self-exams as well as raise awareness of OddBalls. The battery manufacturer is encouraging people to show their support by sharing a photo wearing an OddBalls GS or OddBalls Yuasa hat on social media, using the hashtags #OddBalls and #Yuasa. Hats are available to buy now from www.yuasa.com/oddballs/ with all profits helping the OddBalls Foundation raise awareness of testicular cancer. GS Yuasa have called upon their motorsport and other famous friends to help promote the campaign. So look out for some well-knowns faces wearing the bobble hats over the coming weeks. Jon Pritchard, General Sales & Marketing Manager at GS Yuasa Battery Sales UK, pictured, said: “For the last four years we’ve been encouraging workshops to always check the battery, now we’re encouraging them to always check their balls. We also want everyone to get involved and help us spread the message far and wide by posting a fun picture of themselves online wearing our fantastic Oddballs bobble hats. “Testicular cancer affects over 2,300 men every year, with the highest rates seen in men aged between 30 to 34 – it’s also 98% curable if detected early. OddBalls have done a fantastic job of raising awareness and encouraging men to regularly check themselves, something our £5,000 donation will ensure they can continue.” Robyn Henderson, Head of Marketing at OddBalls added: “We love GS Yuasa’s idea of the ‘Always Check Your Balls’ campaign and can’t wait to see it take shape! We’re looking forward to seeing lots of people wearing their OddBalls bobble hats to help raise awareness!” To get your hat, or to find out more, visit www.yuasa.com/oddballs/ Date published: 11 January 2021. The post Get ballsy with GS Yuasa and OddBalls’ ‘Always Check Your Balls’ campaign for testicular cancer appeared first on Yuasa.
GS Yuasa, producer of Yuasa batteries, has become the first battery manufacturer to achieve IS17025 UKAS accreditation. The honour, gained by the testing facility at the GS Yuasa Battery Manufacturing UK factory in Ebbw Vale, Wales will allow industrial VRLA batteries to the very highest standard available. The United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS) is the highest level of accreditation service in the world and the only accreditation body in the UK. It is a government recognised organisation which strives to assess companies that provide certification, testing, inspection and calibration services to internationally agreed assessment standards. In order to gain accreditation, GS Yuasa’s state of the art laboratory had to meet specific and strict criteria. All equipment was regulated by UKAS and every employee operating in the laboratory needed to be audited. Both aspects will be monitored regularly. The accreditation allows GS Yuasa to independently test their batteries in house. Mike Taylor, Product Manager at GS Yuasa Battery Manufacturing UK Ltd said, “By having IS17025 accreditation we can manage the testing and regulating of our batteries effectively in house. This guarantees all industrial VLRA products going out the door is measured to the utmost standard, ensuring that our customers receive the industry leading performance that GS Yuasa strive for.” “We are extremely proud to have gained this highly respected accreditation. UKAS are a top organisation recognised for their excellent testing standards worldwide. It is great to work with them as we share the same values of quality, reliability and performance in everything we do.” ISO/IEC 17025 is an internationally recognised standard to assess factors relevant to a laboratory’s ability to produce precise, accurate tests and data. Contributing attributes include the technical competence of staff, the validity and appropriateness of test methods, the suitability and maintenance of test equipment, the testing environment, sampling, handling and transportation of test items, and the quality assurance of test data. Yuasa’s Ebbw Vale factory manufacture a comprehensive range of industrial applications where a long-life rechargeable power source is needed. The battery brand’s market leading NP, SWL, EN, ENL and FXH ranges are trusted by industry professionals across the globe, to provide dependable backup power in a wide range of applications. Including uninterruptible power supply (UPS), energy storage, renewable energy, security and fire alarms, and telecommunications. For more information on Yuasa click here Date published: 21 December 2020 The post Yuasa battery testing lab becomes first to achieve UKAS accreditation appeared first on Yuasa.
We’ve partnered with OddBalls to help raise awareness of testicular cancer. We're giving £5,000 to The OddBalls Foundation to help fund their incredible work, now we need your help. Help us raise even more and boost awareness by buying one of our limited-edition OddBalls bobble hats and share a photo of yourself on social media wearing it. To help us raise awareness: Take a picture of yourself wearing an OddBalls hat Share your picture on social media (making sure to tag us and use the hashtags #OddBalls & #Yuasa!) Pat yourself on the back for a job well done. The profits from each hat go directly to helping the OddBalls Foundation raise awareness of testicular cancer. To find out more, or to make a donation yourself, visit www.theoddballsfoundation.com Be ballsy. Show your support and join our celebrity wall of fame. The post Always Check Your Balls with OddBalls and Yuasa appeared first on Yuasa.
Научно-Производственный Комплекс «АВТОПРИБОР» начал сотрудничество с одним из крупнейших гипермаркетов автозапчастей в Москве и Московской области – «АВТОРУСЬ».
Бренд смазочных материалов Kixx компании GS Caltex представил новую линейку моторных масел, разработанных в Корее специально для гибридных автомобилей. Масла Kixx HYBRID, созданные в соответствии с самыми передовыми корейскими технологиями, в ближайшее время будут доступны в России.
Научно-Производственный Комплекс «АВТОПРИБОР» стал победителем премии «Автокомпонент года». Церемония награждения прошла в онлайн-формате. В этом году компания удостоилась сразу трех наград. НПК «АВТОПРИБОР» был признан лучшим в номинациях «Система стеклоочистки», «Щётки стеклоочистителя», «Моторедукторы системы стеклоочистки».