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  • Innovate to Survive 2010 will bring together everyone within the engineering value chain to discuss, address, and look to find solutions to the challenges of a low carbon future.

  • Over the past year, rapid advancements in technology have shaped electric vehicles into viable, green alternatives for the future of personal transport. However, the question remains: which will evolve first - EVs or the infrastructure to power them?

  • The National Microelectronics Institute (NMI) is the premier trade association representing the semiconductor industry in the UK and Ireland. Its objective is to help build and support a strong microelectronics community by acting as a catalyst and facilitator for both commercial and technological development.

    NMI is embarking upon a strategy to increase the local content of vehicles manufactured in the UK (and EU) with respect to electronic components and systems, with particular attention to the needs of the Low Carbon sector (inc. ICE, EV and all levels of hybridisation).

  • This seminar will assess the next steps in decarbonising transport as industry, environmental campaigners and policy makers consider the way forward in bringing the sector into line with the UK's and the European Union's sustainability targets. Planned sessions will examine the latest in new technologies and cleaner fuels, along with emerging strategies to promote lower carbon choices.

  • BASELondon is a new one day event to be held at the brand new Capital Suite at ExCeL, on 27th May 2010. It will be opened by mayor Boris Johnson. It is about all matters relating to sustainability in London and how this affects its competitive position as an attractor to business. It will also be a showcase for what London has achieved and what it aims to achieve in the future.

  • The 2010 GreenFleet Arrive'n'Drive takes place at Rockingham Motor Speedway on 12th May. Now in it's 5th year, the Arrive'n'Drive is the UK's longest running event dedicated to giving organisations the opportunity to test drive the latest low and zero emission vehicles on the market, and help reduce operating costs, save fuel and, overall, cut CO2 emissions.

  • Ecoshow uk will offer individuals, couples, families and small businesses an opportunity to meet, talk with and learn from suppliers of products and services that will help achieve a more sustainable lifestyle.

  • The evolution of electric vehicles has shaken automotive industry traditions by offering new opportunities and challenges for business development, partnerships and integration. The automotive industry has been required to shift to a revolutionary way of thinking in order to create unconventional business models and ventures to combat the high manufacturing costs of electric vehicles.


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Adam Chase, Director, E4Tech