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  • This unique technical seminar will provide you with the opportunity to keep abreast of the latest technical developments in driveline and transmission technology in passenger cars as well as across the industry, on and off-highway.
     
    This event will showcase the latest driveline and transmission innovations. Delve into the latest developments in hybrid technology and the electrification of drivelines. The seminar programme will provide an all-round perspective of the innovations and trends facing the industry including fuel economy, emissions reduction and improving driveability.

  • The UK is targeting that every new car manufactured will be zero emissions from 2040. In order to support the significant scale up required in Hybrid, Plug in Hybrid and Battery Electric Vehicle manufacturing, the Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) is working with industry and government to support the development of the Electric Vehicle Supply Chain.

  • This seminar will offer a unique opportunity to hear about how thought leaders in the automotive industry are adapting to comply with changing legislation.
     
    With guidance from the Department for Transport and insight from industry specialists in emissions testing, this seminar will highlight the unique challenges in remaining compliant with changing regulation. 
     
    Core issues to be addressed include the technical challenges facing engineers in meeting emissions targets, and the role that emissions testing procedure plays in this. Issues surrounding the standardisation of equipment and procedure as well as best practice in developing reports from the data shall also be addressed. 

  • edie Live 2017

    Date: 23 May 2017

    edie Live, edie's annual flagship two-day exhibition and conference which attracts thousands of energy, sustainability and resource efficiency professionals will take place at the NEC, Birmingham on 23-24 May.

  • Vehicle Thermal Management Systems Conference is dedicated to discussing the latest international developments in Vehicle Thermal Management Systems. In order to reduce emissions and make all vehicles more efficient, the event will showcase the latest research and technological advances in heat transfer, energy management, thermal comfort and the efficient integration and control of all thermal systems within the vehicle.

  • GreenFleet Scotland 2017

    Date: 05 May 2017

    GreenFleet Scotland will demonstrate the viability of ultra-low emission, plug-in, hybrid and electric vehicles to organisations looking to improve the efficiency of their fleet and transport operations and to address poor air quality caused by emissions from road transport.

  • The launch of the White Paper for Developing Sustainable, Multimodal Transport Solutions for Wales taking place on Wednesday 5 April at the National Assembly for Wales. At this free event presenters from the fields of arts, education, business and engineering will discuss the importance of public transport.

  • The Low Emission Bus Workshop taking place in Manchester on Thursday 30th March. The free event is designed for local authorities and bus operators to learn about the prevailing low emission bus policy framework in the UK as well as the real world operational experience of low emission bus technologies and fuels in the UK.

  • Commercial GreenFleet Event

    Date: 23 Feb 2017

    GreenFleet has teamed up with LoCITY to showcase the latest in clean commercial vehicle technology. They have gathered key fleet and freight decision- makers together to let them on what products are available now, as they gear up for the expansion of London’s Ultra-Low Emission Zone (ULEZ).

  • UK Bus Summit 2017

    Date: 09 Feb 2017

    The third annual UK Bus Summit will be held in London at the QEII Conference Centre, Westminster, supported by the Department for Transport. 


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