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  • An event examining the business case drivers, investment decisions and key subject areas surrounding the choices and technologies related to biofuels for future transport and mobility.

  • EAST Journal i3 Seminar Series

    Date: 20 Sep 2007

  • A new one-day Conference Expo on sustainable fuels and transport, organised by CIR Ltd and sponsored by SEEDA will take place on 19 September 2007 at the Said Business School, Oxford. The event is free to attend for LowCVP members and associates.

  • This conference is intended to provide transport practitioners from central and local government and the wider public transport sector with an opportunity to come together to share their knowledge and experiences and to examine new and emerging practice within the sector.

  • London's Transport Emissions Conference 2007 - an event set up for fleet and environment officers of local authorities and public transport fleets - will be held at the GLA's City Hall on the banks of the Thames on 19th September 2007.

  • Bus 2007

    Date: 18 Sep 2007

    IMechE has organised this one-day conference, to be held in London, to examine recent developments in the bus industry and analyse future trends in manufacture, safety, technology and low-carbon buses.

  • The GreenFleet Awards takes place on 6th September at East Wintergarden in London and will reward various organisations in the transport industry for their environmental best practice efforts and innovations.

  • The GreenFleet Capital Arrive 'n' Drive event which takes place on Thursday July 26 at the Guild Hall Yard, London will allow fleet managers and transport practitioners to get the "touch, taste, feel" experience of the greenest vehicles on the market today, as well as those likely to be available in the near future.

  • Low Carbon Vehicle Technology seminar and exhibition hosted by Cenex and Leeds City Council.

A member view...

LowCVP sits at the nexus of industry, policy and civil society, providing a valuable forum for objective research, debate and action amongst disparate stakeholders.
Adam Chase, Director, E4Tech