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Sustainability Live

Date:  21 Apr 2015 - 23 Apr 2015
Website:  www.sustainabilitylive.com
Location:   NEC Birmingham
Full Address:

NEC Birmingham, Pendigo Way, Marston Green, Birmingham, West Midlands B40 1NT



2015-04-21 2015-04-23 Europe/London

Sustainability Live combines NEMEX the leading exhibition for energy and resource management and Energy Recovery, the leading UK exhibition for energy recovery technologies and services.

Sustainability Live combines NEMEX the leading exhibition for energy and resource management and Energy Recovery, the leading UK exhibition for energy recovery technologies and services.

LowCVP Chairman, Darran Messem and LowCVP MD Andy Eastlake to present at session on Sustainable Transport: 

Transport technology roadmap - Andy Eastlake, Managing Director, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership 

Delivering sustainable transport - Darran Messem, Managing Director, Certification, Carbon Trust

Andy Eastlake will also Chair session on 23 April 2015 entitled: Green your fleet: how do we step up a gear on biofuels? 

Session: Fuel made from waste could replace 16% of all the fuel used on European roads by 2030 according to research, but the UK is failing to harness this bioenergy potential. This debate will examine the opportunities and challenges in converting waste to vehicle fuel including operational/logistic issues and security of supply for biofuels given changing feedstock composition.

NEC Birmingham


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LowCVP Chairman, Darran Messem and LowCVP MD Andy Eastlake to present at session on Sustainable Transport: 

Transport technology roadmap - Andy Eastlake, Managing Director, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership 

Delivering sustainable transport - Darran Messem, Managing Director, Certification, Carbon Trust

Andy Eastlake will also Chair session on 23 April 2015 entitled: Green your fleet: how do we step up a gear on biofuels? 

Session: Fuel made from waste could replace 16% of all the fuel used on European roads by 2030 according to research, but the UK is failing to harness this bioenergy potential. This debate will examine the opportunities and challenges in converting waste to vehicle fuel including operational/logistic issues and security of supply for biofuels given changing feedstock composition.







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