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  • Utilising solid case studies from the innovative pilot projects, the 2nd Bus and Coach Engineering Seminar will provide practical answers to which low carbon solutions are proving to be economically and technically viable. Real world examples from Reading Buses, Bath Bus Company, Torotrak and more will also demonstrate what the industry has learned about implementing these solutions. 

  • The Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN), in cooperation with Innovate UK, is hosting a free special preview event to facilitate first sight of the next round of Horizon 2020 transport funding calls.

  • Low Emission Cities Workshop

    Date: 06 Jul 2015

    Best practice measures for increasing the take up of low pollution and carbon vehicles in cities. Deadline for reservations: Thursday 25 June 2015

  • European Bus Forum 2015

    Date: 02 Jul 2015

    A one day conference and gala dinner, bringing together an audience of key decision makers from bus operators, manufacturers, local authorities & transport executives; produced by leading urban transport publication, Eurotransport magazine.

  • The BVRLA Fleet Technology Congress will explore how this transformation is already impacting the industry as well as the future challenges and opportunities it presents.

    A series of interactive panel debates and keynote presentations will share their latest strategic thinking in this fast moving environment, while further interactive sessions will enable delegates to drill down into the operational implications.

  • UK AD & Biogas 2015

    Date: 01 Jul 2015

    The UK's only dedicated anaerobic digestion and biogas trade show will return to the NEC in July 2015. Showcasing the latest AD technology and services from 250 exhibitors, the show will also feature a free two-day conference, free seminar sessions, one-to-one advice clinics, an R&D Hub, a biomethane vehicle area and more.

  • Evening forum and networking session discussing the future of the car with expert panel including Quentin Wilson, Robert Lewellyn, Dr Andrew Atkings and Iain Bomphray. Discount available for LowCVP members.

  • The LowCVP Annual Conference is a leading event on the green transport policy calendar and regularly attracts leading figures from government, industry, academia and the environmental movement. This year's conference is timed to take place in the week leading up to Britain's first Formula E race, which will be held in London's Battersea Park.

  • Hear how surface engineering is a valuable tool in achieving both better environmental sustainability and reduced whole life-cycle costs in the automotive and aerospace industries.

  • The conference will showcase the latest in transport technology research and offer opportunities for networking and consortia building.


A member view...

The LowCVP’s strength lies in the breadth of its membership, wealth of information and a place to meet key industry contacts
Glenn Saint, Chief of Engineering and Manufacturing, Arrival