The LowCVP Conference 2015 will take place on Wednesday 24 June in Central London, sponsored by EDF Energy.
There will be sessions on how the national low carbon policy agenda can be delivered at local level and on the politics and prospects for lower carbon fuels.
The final Conference session will focus on innovative approaches to the introduction of electric vehicles. Earlier this year, Bolloré Group announced plans to bring Autolib Paris - the electric car sharing service which began in December 2011 - to London in 2015. Find out about progress in these plans from speakers Cedric Bolloré of Bolloré Group and Matthew Pencharz, Adviser to the Mayor, Boris Johnson, on Environment and Energy.
Please also join us at the post-conference drinks reception to network with other delegates, VIPs and MPs sponsored by Shell International.
For more information about the exciting sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available, please contact the LowCVP Secretariat on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Confirmed speakers include:
Baroness Kramer, Minister of State, Department for Transport
(Chair, morning) James Murray, Editor, Business Green
(Chair, final afternoon session) Henry Foy, Automotive Correspondent, Financial Times
Adam Chase, Director, E4Tech
Andy Eastlake, Managing Director, LowCVP
Cedric Bolloré, Director of Industry Activities, Bolloré Group (Autolib Paris)
Dr Chris Malins, Fuels Lead, International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)
Darran Messem, International Director, Carbon Trust and Chair, LowCVP
Dave Roberts, Director, My Electric Avenue
Diana Raine, European Business Manager, Hydrogen Energy Systems
Gloria Esposito, Head of Projects, LowCVP
Professor Greg Marsden, Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds
Jerry Hardcastle OBE, General Manager – Innovation and Performance Projects, Nissan Motor Manufacturing (UK) Limited
Professor Jim Skea CBE, Professor of Sustainable Energy, Imperial College London and the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)
Joe Greenwell CBE, Chief Executive Officer, Automotive Investment Organisation
Jonathan Murray, Director of Policy and Operations, LowCVP
Matthew Pencharz, Adviser to the Mayor of London for Environment and Energy
Michael Hurwitz, Director, Energy, Technology & International, Department for Transport
Mike Southcombe, Environmental Protection Manager, City of York Council
Murad Qureshi, Chair, Environment Committee, Greater London Authority
Nicola Smith, Head of Economic and Social Affairs, Trades Union Congress (TUC)
Patrick Lynch, Biofuels Sustainability Manager, Greenergy
Professor Peter Wells, Professor of Business and Sustainability, Cardiff Business School
Richard Stark, Advocacy Manager Renewable Energy, AB Sugar
Dr Rupert Lewis, Head of Automotive Policy, Dept for Business, Innovation and Skills
Rob Wakely, Head of Low Carbon Fuels, Department for Transport
Will Straw, Associate Director for Climate Change, Energy and Transport (& prospective Parliamentary candidate)