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  • The next round of calls under the Smart, Green and Integrated Transport challenge of Horizon 2020 is on track. To support the preparation of proposals, the Transport Directorate of the European Commission's Research and Innovation Directorate-General is organising an Information Day.

  • Rushlight Show and Awards

    Date: 29 Jan 2015

    The 6th Rushlight Show is taking place on Thursday 29 January 2015 at the Royal College of Surgeons of England, Lincoln’s Inn Fields, London. The event includes a Funding Cleantech Conference, exhibition, Resource Reuse Conference, Sustainable Solutions Market Panel and Isle fo Man Breakfast Seminar.

  • Developments in Transmission and Driveline Technology explores the evolution of technology and what is required to meet increasingly stringent emissions targets. 

  • This conference will examine the progress and next steps in the ongoing transition towards a green and low carbon UK economy - looking at the remaining challenges in meeting 2020 objectives, the implications for sustainable investment with ongoing negotiations for 2030 targets, and priorities for Government policy in the next Parliament.

  • Stakeholders are invited to participate in a workshop, to be held in Central London on Friday 28 November, 10am, to help shape an important Highways Agency project on dynamic wireless power transfer. 

  • This seminar will discuss progress on the Mayor's Transport Strategy and and next steps for improving capacity and efficiency for rail, the underground, roads and buses.

  • The Energy Saving Trust is hosting a series of free, electric vehicle (EV) events across Scotland to highlight the benefits of integrating EVs into transport operations. They are inviting fleet operators to join them for practical information about the business benefits of electric vehicles and support and financial incentives to help businesses lower fuel costs.

  • The very nature of HPVs is controversial in the face of global warming and the ongoing assault on “gas guzzling” vehicles and their CO2 emissions. Implementing Low-Carbon Technologies in High Performance Vehicles will therefore address this conundrum, and will aim to demonstrate that it is possible to still drive SUVs and performance cars without the stigma of people perceiving them to be bad for the environment, compared to other cars.  In addition, the seminar will provide positive solutions that can be applied to the mainstream automotive market that will benefit the entire industry.

  • Northern Futures Summit

    Date: 06 Nov 2014

    In partnership with the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister, the Centre for Cities is hosting a one-day conference in Leeds to answer the question 'how do we build on the North's strength to build an economic core at its heart?'.

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