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Future Fuels 2016: Automotive, Marine and Aviation

2016-04-26 9am 2016-04-264.30pm Europe/London

The links between CO2 from fossil fuels and global warming is firmly established, and the desire to reduce the CO2 emissions associated with transportation remains a key policy driver. This event will present an engineering view of how to ensure the ongoing reduction of C02 from the automotive world. (There are delegate fee discounts for LowCVP members.)

The links between CO2 from fossil fuels and global warming is firmly established, and the desire to reduce the CO2 emissions associated with transportation remains a key policy driver. This event will present an engineering view of how to ensure the ongoing reduction of C02 from the automotive world. (There are delegate fee discounts for LowCVP members.)

The links between CO2 from fossil fuels and global warming is firmly established, and the desire to reduce the CO2 emissions associated with transportation remains a key policy driver. This event will present an engineering view of how to ensure the ongoing reduction of C02 from the automotive world. (There are delegate fee discounts for LowCVP members.)

Concerns over local air quality have also re-emerged as a significant policy driver in large cities, so Future Fuels 2016 will give an overall perspective on the different choices for low carbon mobility, with a critical appraisal of the strengths and weaknesses in each area.

View the draft agenda to see the full list of programme topics and speakers.

Speakers include:
  • John Cooper, Director General, FuelsEurope and Concawe
  • Richard Mills, Strategy Director, Boeing
  • Rob Wakely, Head of Low Carbon Fuels Division, Energy Technology & International Directorate, Department for Transport (DfT)
  • Richard Bruce, Director, Office of Low Emissions Vehicles (OLEV)
  • Jonathan Murray, Director of Policy & Operations, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership

The event will provide an opportunity to:

  • Learn the latest thinking and methods for how CO2 emissions can be assessed on a well-to-wheel basis
  • Learn how the well to wheels CO2 is assessed for regulatory purposes
  • Understand roadmap of future mobility options and justification thereof
  • Understand how local air quality affects transportation policy
  • Understand the competitive and regulatory landscape for fuel and propulsion choices
  • Allows companies to identify market opportunities in the transportation or carbon sectors
  • Develop a common understand of terminology and metrics for low carbon mobility
Institution of Mechanical Engineers, One Birdcage Walk
Discount for LowCVP members
Date:  26 Apr 2016
Time:  9am-4.30pm
Website:  events.imeche.org/ViewEvent?code=SEM6348
Contact:  events@imeche.org
Location:   Institution of Mechanical Engineers, One Birdcage Walk
Full Address:

One Birdcage Walk, London SW1H 9JJ





Description:   

The links between CO2 from fossil fuels and global warming is firmly established, and the desire to reduce the CO2 emissions associated with transportation remains a key policy driver. This event will present an engineering view of how to ensure the ongoing reduction of C02 from the automotive world. (There are delegate fee discounts for LowCVP members.)

Concerns over local air quality have also re-emerged as a significant policy driver in large cities, so Future Fuels 2016 will give an overall perspective on the different choices for low carbon mobility, with a critical appraisal of the strengths and weaknesses in each area.

View the draft agenda to see the full list of programme topics and speakers.

Speakers include:
  • John Cooper, Director General, FuelsEurope and Concawe
  • Richard Mills, Strategy Director, Boeing
  • Rob Wakely, Head of Low Carbon Fuels Division, Energy Technology & International Directorate, Department for Transport (DfT)
  • Richard Bruce, Director, Office of Low Emissions Vehicles (OLEV)
  • Jonathan Murray, Director of Policy & Operations, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership

The event will provide an opportunity to:

  • Learn the latest thinking and methods for how CO2 emissions can be assessed on a well-to-wheel basis
  • Learn how the well to wheels CO2 is assessed for regulatory purposes
  • Understand roadmap of future mobility options and justification thereof
  • Understand how local air quality affects transportation policy
  • Understand the competitive and regulatory landscape for fuel and propulsion choices
  • Allows companies to identify market opportunities in the transportation or carbon sectors
  • Develop a common understand of terminology and metrics for low carbon mobility






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