The EV Event 2020 will examine how to navigate challenges today, tomorrow and in the future, providing public and private sector organisations with a clear view of the road ahead.
NB This event has been postponed until 27-28 October from the original dates advertised.
The content-led event tackles both the latest EV related insights and explores how the market is rapidly changing in the light of legislation for the transition to electrification and a Net Zero economy. Debates on the big issues and discussions on more practical areas of electrification ensure an event where lots of end-user businesses will flock to meet solution providers.
In addition to a two-day conference and exhibition, the event will also host EVolution; a one-day EV track experience held on day one (22 April), that offers delegates the opportunity to take a low-emission vehicle for a spin around the International Circuit at Silverstone, the home of British Motorsport, which includes the famous Hangar Straight.
EVolution offers vehicle manufacturers who have either fully electric or hybrid vehicles the opportunity to do more than just collect business cards.
The EV Event will be co-located with its highly regarded sister energy event, The Energyst Event, tackling business decarbonisation from the perspective of renewable generation, energy efficiency, energy management, energy procurement and flexibility/smart grid. Aligning the events is imperative as energy and transport converge, with profound impacts for businesses and the energy and transport vectors. Together, the two events are presented as:
Delivering Net Zero
“Businesses are under huge pressure to decarbonise. They need least regrets solutions and a roadmap for the journey ahead. We are designing these events to bring together billions of pounds of buying power with low carbon solutions providers,” says content director, Brendan Coyne.
“Our new audience management platform enables us to fully harness our 10,000-plus end-user database, along with more than 5,000 businesses and public sector organisations that have downloaded our bespoke reports around low carbon heat, transport and flexibility over the last 18 months. We look forward to working with exhibitors and sponsors to match market challenges with the best commercial solutions.”
Exhibitor and sponsorship member discount
As partners, LowCVP has secured a 10% discount for a limited number of members who want to exhibit or sponsor the event. To explore how your organisation can get involved please either request brochure here or contact Shawn Coles, Head of Commercial Marketing, on 07919 884650 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and mention that you are a member.