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Zero Emission Fleet Workshop Series - Reading: Buses

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2019-12-05 9.30 2019-12-05 13.00 Europe/London

LowCVP is hosting a workshop in partnership with SSE Enterprise to share experiences of depot and fleet electrification for buses.

LowCVP is hosting a workshop in partnership with SSE Enterprise to share experiences of depot and fleet electrification for buses.

LowCVP is hosting a workshop in partnership with SSE Enterprise to share experiences of depot and fleet electrification for buses.

The workshop will discuss the barriers to electrification, the solutions available today as well as the potential opportunities for bus operators assessing the electrification process.

Topics discussed will include grid upgrade and connection, on-site battery storage, on-site renewable generation, electrification of leased properties and opportunities presented by time of use charging and selling electricity back to the grid at peak times.

The agenda will include talks from:

  • SSE Enterprise - Grid connection, private wire, financing
  • LowCVP - Ultra Low Emission Buses: Technologies and Funding
  • Big Lemon (Operator) - Depot electrification on leased property + on-site solar PV
  • More to be confirmed.

Register Here

LowCVP is hosting a number of workshops in the coming months to help share learning around fleet and depot electrification for the heavy-duty sector.

Other workshops include:

SSE, Reading, RG1 3JH
Date:  05 Dec 2019 - 05 Dec 2019
Time:  9.30 - 13.00
Website:  www.eventbrite.com/e/lowcvp-zero-emission-fleet-series-reading-buses-tickets-76948911265
Contact:  daniel.hayes@lowcvp.org.uk
Location:   SSE, Reading, RG1 3JH
Full Address:

SSE,43 Forbury Road, Reading, RG1 3JH





Description:   

LowCVP is hosting a workshop in partnership with SSE Enterprise to share experiences of depot and fleet electrification for buses.

The workshop will discuss the barriers to electrification, the solutions available today as well as the potential opportunities for bus operators assessing the electrification process.

Topics discussed will include grid upgrade and connection, on-site battery storage, on-site renewable generation, electrification of leased properties and opportunities presented by time of use charging and selling electricity back to the grid at peak times.

The agenda will include talks from:

  • SSE Enterprise - Grid connection, private wire, financing
  • LowCVP - Ultra Low Emission Buses: Technologies and Funding
  • Big Lemon (Operator) - Depot electrification on leased property + on-site solar PV
  • More to be confirmed.

Register Here

LowCVP is hosting a number of workshops in the coming months to help share learning around fleet and depot electrification for the heavy-duty sector.

Other workshops include:





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