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  • Cenex-LCV is the UK’s premier low carbon vehicle event. Its key features include: a technology exhibition; an extensive seminar programme; facilitated networking with the low carbon community; information about the latest research & development and commercially available vehicles.

  • Fleet & Mobility Live

    Date: 17 Nov 2020

    Fleet & Mobility Live welcomes the entire extended family of fleet and mobility management from organisations of all types with car and van fleets of all sizes. At the forefront for all things mobility, ensuring that you are prepared for the future of fleet management. LowCVP is a supporting partner of the event and Managing Director Andy Eastlake is among the speakers.

  • The Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ International EV Batteries 2020 conference will address the latest engineering design processes and best practice in battery application for a more resilient and cost-effective battery. Explore the challenges they encounter across the lifecycle of the battery from its initial design and manufacture to the end of life process. Not only will you hear from the end users but also the wider supply chain to ensure your organisation improves battery performance and durability. 

  • Around the world, urban mobility is being shaped by megatrends such as population growth, urbanization, environmental awareness and emission legislation, changing ownership models and increasing levels of connectivity. The COVID-19 pandemic has also brought added urgency to the question of moving people and goods around cities safely, quickly and sustainably.  What does this mean for future light urban mobility solutions? 

  • EV World Congress (Online)

    Date: 02 Nov 2020

    The virtual EV World Congress 2020 will take place from 2-4 November 2020. The event aims to highlight innovation and developments in the global electric vehicle market and includes exhibitions, networking, workshop and plenary sessions with leading speakers as well as a variety of other novel features. 

  • The Electric Vehicle (EV)  Energy Taskforce - which was convened by LowCVP to help bring energy and automotive stakeholders together to facilitate the electric transition in road transport - is moving into a new action and implementation phase. Sign up for an online networking event on Thursday 22 October, from 2pm, to find out more about the Taskforce's next steps. BEIS Minister for Business, Energy and Clean Growth, Kwasi Kwarteng MP has been confirmed as a speaker at the event. The full agenda has been announced!

  • UK AD and World Biogas Expo

    Date: 07 Oct 2020

    The UK AD and World Biogas Expo will cover everything you need to know about anaerobic digestion and biogas. It encompasses three events: The World Biogas Summit; UK AD and World Biogas Expo and the AD and Biogas Industry Awards. 

  • EV Infrastructure Summit

    Date: 07 Oct 2020

    The second edition of the EV Infrastructure Summit (25-26 March) will focus on the opportunities and challenges involved in establishing a UK-wide charging infrastructure as part of the transition to zero emission vehicles. There are discounts on delegate fees for LowCVP members.

  • BVRLA Fleets In Charge

    Date: 06 Oct 2020

    This free digital event is a must-attend for anybody with an interest in road transport decarbonisation and business recovery for the fleet sector. High profile speakers including Grant Shapps MP, Nadhim Zahawi MP, Peter Campbell, Financial Times and more, panel discussions and breakout sessions will form part of an interactive and insightful agenda.

  • Net Zero Festival

    Date: 30 Sep 2020

    The world has changed. And yet, the 21st century's biggest long term threat and greatest economic opportunity remains constant: the climate crisis and our collective response. We cannot let the COVID-19 pandemic derail the net zero transition.


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