Please fill out this form to access the document
536 resources found [Displaying 26 to 50]
West Yorkshire Combined Authority Emissions Strategy presentation from Low Emission Bus Workshop Leeds
Policy-UK Forum, London, 5 July 2017
Progress Through Partnership - Summary of how the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership can help with the transition to low emission road transportation.
Peter Harris, UPS
Michael Copson, Shell New Energies
Trude Rauken, The City of Oslo
Claire Haigh, Greener Journeys
Andrew Benfield, Energy Saving Trust
Nina Skorupska, REA
Nina Skero, Centre for Econcomics & Business Research
Mark Harvey, Ford Motor Company
Christophe Arnaud, Bollore BlueSolutions UK
Lilli Matson, TfL
Vicky Edmonds, DfT
Presentaion about the Trends in Transport Emissions, given by Jonathan Murray, Policy & Operations Director of The LowCVP, at the STEP Summer Seminar, held at the Scottish Government, Victoria Quay, Leith on the 7th June 2017.
Presentation given by Gloria Esposito, Head of Projects to the FleetNet Conference held on 17th May 2017.
Transitions to WLTP: Facilitating Changes in Low Carbon Car Policy and Car Buyer Information
Presentation on the Technology Developments and Experiences in the UK, given by Jonathan Murray, Policy & Operations Director, at the IA-HEV Task Force 27's 4th Workshop: The Road to EV Logistics, on the 26th April 2017, held at The Faculty of Engineering & Computing, Coventry University.
All the presentations from the Low Emission Bus Workshop in Manchester which took place on the 30th March 2017 at the University of Manchester.
David Ives, Fleet Engineer at TfGM presents the Clean Air for School project which involved retrofitting SCR systems from two suppliers through two Clean Vehicle Retrofit Fund rounds to reduce air quality emissions from Euro III and Euro IV diesel buses. Includes data on emission reductions from two suppliers of SCR retrofit technology
James Blackshaw details the development of First UK Bus's Millbrook Bus Test cycle and how the efficient diesel has developed since 2012, introducing new technologies such as stop-start.
Steve Cornes provides a step by step guide to what elements must be considred when assessing the feasbility of electric buses and infrstrucutre deployment.
Fleet Engineer presents the benefits of running biomethane compared to conventional diesel buses from his experience operating 10 MAN buses in Runcorn.
Tom Large, Head of Engineering at Arriva Yorkshire gives details on the performance of two hybrid bus models from the Leeds area, including information on maintenance and MPG performance.
Dan Hayes of LowCVP gives a quick overview of the Low Emission Bus Guide and Greener Journey's series.
There are now over 5,187 low carbon emission buses on UK roads (May 2017)
Join the LowCVP today!
The acceptance of so many significant changes in technology have mainly been driven and brought about by the dedication of the LowCVP.