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LowCVP Annual Conference 2020

The 2020 LowCVP Annual Conference will focus on how the UK can seize the opportunity for an investment-led green recovery in road transport as we emerge from the pandemic.

The event will provide a forum for policy ideas and proposals to help inform the Government's 2020 Transport Decarbonisation Plan, due to be published this year. It will use the latest in digital conferencing technology to maximise the opportunities for interactivity, information sharing and networking.

The LowCVP Annual Conference has been a leading event in the environmental transport calendar for over 15 years, regularly attracting government ministers, key civil servants and senior representatives of industry, academia, governmental organisations, NGOs and others.


Survey

Ahead of the digital conference, we are conducting a short public survey that will be used to help inform the debate on July 15. If you can spare a couple of minutes to complete the survey using the link below, that would be appreciated.

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RESET 2020: Driving the Green Recovery

How can we seize the opportunity for an investment-led green recovery in road transport?

The LowCVP 2020 Annual Conference is free to all delegates, and is open for bookings.

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(N.B. We recommend using either Chrome or Firefox web browser to register.)

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Speakers Include:  

Plus Policy 'Pitches' from:

  • Doug Parr, Chief Scientist, Greenpeace
  • Greg Archer, UK Director, Transport & Environment (T&E)
  • Peter Mock, Managing Director, International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) 
  • Claire Haigh, Chief Executive, Greener Journeys 
  • John Siraut, Director of Economics, Jacobs 

KEYNOTE:

Rt Hon Grant Shapps MP

    

Secretary of State for Transport 
James Murray Editor-in-Chief, Business Green (Host)
Sir John Armitt, CBE Chair, National Infrastructure Commission
Caroline Russell AM Local Transport Spokesperson, Green Party
Dimitri Zenghelis Senior Associate,  Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership
Mel Lane Chief Executive, Shell New Motion
Carlos Rodrigues Managing Director, Renault Trucks UK & Ireland
Kevin Chowings Managing Director, NatWest Future Mobility Group
Graham Vidler Chief Executive, Confederation of Passenger Transport
Chris Ashley Head of Policy - Environment & Regulation, Road Haulage Association
John Comer Product Manager, Volvo Truck
Ian Wainwright Director, Future City Logistics
Olly Craughan CSR General Manager, DPD UK
Rob Whitehead Director of Strategic Projects, Centre for London
Jo Howes Principal Consultant, E4TEch
Freya Burton Chief Sustainability and People Officer, Lanzatech
Justin Laney General Manager - Fleet, John Lewis Partnership
Philip Sellwood Chair, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership
More speakers to be confirmed...

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Exhibition and Sponsorship Opportunities:

There will be an exhibition and networking space providing great opportunities to communicate with delegates in any digital form; video, audio, brochures, live one-to-one or one-to-many discussions (See demo video below).

Exhibitors already confirmed include: DPD; Renault Trucks UK & Ireland; Shell Recharge; Advanced Propulsion Centre; CNG Fuels; Business Green/Net Zero Festival; Commercial Motor/Motor Transport; GreenCarGuide.com; Transport Times; GreenTV & others

More details about exhibiting at the event are available here.
 
 (NB discounts on exhibition costs for LowCVP members.)

Contact LowCVP Secretariat for more information about exhibition or sponsorship.

Conference Themes:

  • What does 2020 pandemic lockdown mean for the ‘green’ transport agenda; what positive learnings can we take from it?
  • What are the implications for the Transport Decarbonisation Plan and UK progress on the 'Road to Zero'?
  • How can the UK set the standard for road transport decarbonisation as we approach CoP26 in Glasgow 2021

Features:

  • Leading speakers
  • Interactive debates, polls and surveys (Contribute to this survey to inform the debate on July 15)
  • 'Two minute policy pitches
  • Afternoon, parallel, facilitated break-out sessions: an opportunity for a 'deeper dive' into the conference themes as they impact on specific sectors of road transport (eg public transport, freight, individual mobility). How can each offer positive impacts as we emerge from lockdown?
  • Exhibitions & networking

The LowCVP 2020 Annual Conference is free to all delegates, and is open for bookings.

Register Now
(N.B. It is recommended to register using either Chrome or Firefox browser.)


Information about previous LowCVP annual conferences:

Sponsored by:

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Shell Recharge logo

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RESET 2020:
Driving the Green Recovery

The 2020 annual conference is free to all delegates, and is open for bookings.

Register Now

(N.B. Recommended to register using either Chrome or Firefox browser.)

View Conference Agenda


Conference Host

James Murray - Editor-in-Chief, Business Green

James Murray

Editor-in-Chief 

James Murray - BusinessGreen


Hosting Partners

Green TV Logo

Connect PA Logo


Featured Speakers

Sir John Armitt - National Infrastructure Commission

Carroline Russell - London Assembly Member, Green Party Transport Spokesperson


Media Partners

Business Green logo

Green Car Guide Logo

Fleet News Logo

Smarter Mobility Live


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