LowCVP’s 2018 "Moving North: Reducing Transport Emission in the Northern Powerhouse" Conference was held in association with the Mayor of Greater Manchester, the Northern Automotive Alliance and Transport for Greater Manchester, and was sponsored by Uber and GEFCO. The conference was also supported by Manchester Metropolitan University.
The event, which was opened with a keynote address by the Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, focused on the challenge of cutting carbon emissions and air pollution and seizing the business opportunities for automotive and fuel supply companies in the Northern Powerhouse that are being stimulated by the low carbon shift.
The day long conference was followed by a networking drinks reception featuring an adress by Mike Blackburn of the Greater Manchester Local Enterprise Partnership.
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12 April 2018
A selection of photographs taken at LowCVP's first "Moving North" conference held in Manchester, 12th April 2018.
Below is list of the presentations given at the conference that the speakers have kindly made available to download.
Session One: The Road Ahead
Session Two: Transition and Technologies
Session Three: The Business Opportunities for the North
All Conference Presentations
Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester
Ian Constance, Chief Executive, Advanced Propulsion Centre
Lawrence Davies MBE, Chief Executive, Automotive Investment Organisation
Bob Moran, Deputy Head, OLEV
Mike Hawes, Chief Executive, Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT)
Henri Murison, Director, Northen Powerhouse Partnership
Neil McGonigle, Head of Cities for North & West England, Uber
Carol Holden OBE, Chief Executive, Northern Automotive Alliance (NAA)
Simon Warburton, Transport Strategy Director, Transport for Greater Manchester (TfGM)
Dave Roberts, Director, Smart Interventions, EA Technology
Peter Molyneux, Major Roads Director, Transport for the North
Andy Eastlake, Managing Director, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP)
We are pleased to announce that the LowCVP's 'Moving North' Conference was jointly sponsored by
Uber and GEFCO.
Uber is an app used by over 5 million people in the UK to book safe, affordable, journeys with licensed private hire drivers. It has a large presence in cities across the North.
From supply to distribution, GEFCO provides global and integrated management and optimisation of the logistics chain for its industrial customers.
Held in association with:
Rt Hon Andy Burnham, Mayor of Greater Manchester
Major Roads Director, Transport for the North
Chief Executive, Advanced Propulsion Centre
Chief Executive, SMMT
Director, Northern Powerhouse Partnership
Carol Holden, OBE
Chief Executive, Northern Automotive Alliance