The 2017 LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Awards Winner's have now been announced.
About The Awards
The Low Carbon Champions Awards are designed to identify and promote examples of outstanding and innovative practice in accelerating the shift to lower carbon vehicles and fuels and reducing road transport emissions.
LowCVP are pleased to announce that the 2017 Low Carbon Champions Awards were hosted by Energy 2017, which was held as part of UK Construction Week. This year's presentation gala dinner took place at the Concourse Suites 1 & 2, NEC, Birmingham on the evening of Wednesday, 11 October.
The LowCVP Champions Awards were established in 2010. The Champions Awards celebrate organisations that have made a real difference in the area of low carbon road transport. Register your interest now to make sure your organisation doesn't miss out!
The awards have received accreditation for sustainable development award schemes by the Royal Society of the Arts (RSA). Therefore the winners of the different categories will be eligible to go forward to represent the UK or Ireland in the European Business Awards for the Environment.
LowCVP Seminars at Energy 2017:
The EV Revolution: Managing Impacts on the Powergrid
During the afternoon immediately preceding the Low Carbon Champions Awards gala dinner, the LowCVP ran a series of drop-in seminars at the Energy 2017 exhibition, entitled The Electric Vehicle Revolution: Managing Impacts on the Powergrid. The afternoon comprised of three half-hour seminars culminating in a one hour panel session, focusing on issues relating to the impacts of increasing electric vehicle use on the powergrid and how network operators and other stakeholders are preparing for the changes.
Copies of the presentations are now available to download:
About the Host
The largest event of its kind in the UK, Energy 2017 will include information and guidance on low carbon vehicles and the business opportunities they can offer. The three-day show brings together energy suppliers and managers, manufacturers, developers, consultants, distributors, engineers, architects, FM professionals and end-users, offering them a platform to find out about the latest energy-based trends and uncover innovative new products and solutions. The exponential growth of the low carbon vehicles and fuels sector is transforming the transport industry and will also have a profound impact on the built sector, particularly as demand for home-charged electric vehicles grows. Energy 2017 will be the perfect place to discover more about the growing interactions between buildings, energy and transport and to learn about future sustainable mobility options.
Register for your free ticket to the Energy 2017 event at www.EnergyLiveShow.co.uk/register
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