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  • Low Emission Taxi Workshop

    Date: 14 Jan 2019

    The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership is holding a 'Low Emission Taxi Workshop' to outline the range of low emission taxi technologies and fuels as well as to provide guidance on the provision of electric vehicle charging infrastructure. The event - which is free to delegates - is primarily targeted at local authority representatives and those otherwise involved in ensuring that taxi and private hire fleets become cleaner and greener.

  • The LowCVP will host its sixth Low Emission Bus Workshop at Birmingham International Airport on Tuesday 11th December 2018. The free workshop will provide local authorities and bus operators with information on new technologies and fuels, sharing operational experiences of low carbon and low emission solutions for bus fleets around the UK, including retrofit SCR projects. Register for tickets https://lebworkshopbirmingham.eventbrite.com

  • Sustainable Innovation Forum

    Date: 09 Dec 2018

    With COP24 being hailed by the UNFCCC as ‘Paris 2.0’, the Sustainable Innovation Forum presents a crucial opportunity to drive forward the Paris Agreement framework by bringing together 600+ delegates engaged with fast-tracking the global green economy. The LowCVP's Managing Director Andy Eastlake will be speaking at the event, and the Partnership's association with it entitles members to a 10% discount on delegate fees.

  • Fuel Systems - Engines

    Date: 04 Dec 2018

    The automotive industry must continue to meet the demands of future environmental requirements and develop alternative powertrains to lower carbon dioxide emissions. In the short-term internal combustion engines need to be made more efficient, either as the sole power unit, or for specific applications such as hybrids and range extenders. (Note: LowCVP members can register at the same rate as IMechE members.)

  • APC 'Future of Technology' series event: The past few years have seen an air of uncertainty rise in the automotive industry. After celebrating its resurgence in the first half of the decade the tide has turned and conversations on the demise of the sector are increasingly common. The industry faces many challenges, from increasingly difficult-to-meet environmental targets, the banning of technologies, lack of public trust, not to mention Brexit.

  • By 2030, more than 60% of the world’s population will live in cities, raising the central questions: How can we realise individual mobility in more and more densely populated urban areas? What concepts do we need to be able to organise traffic in a resource-efficient and climate-friendly manner? If we are to deliver on the promises of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and the global development agenda, we must make access to safe and sustainable mobility for all a priority now.

  • This one-day event for businesses with vehicle fleet operations will provide an opportunity to learn more about the Government’s plans for removing combustion engines from the roads by 2040, and about the introduction of Clean Air Zones across the UK.

  • Industry and government across the world are laying the foundation of an electric future, with engineers facing challenges across the sector. International EV Batteries 2018 brings you cutting-edge technical updates from leading OEMs, international researchers and regulators.  (NB LowCVP members can register at IMechE member rates.)

  • This one-day event for businesses with vehicle fleet operations will provide an opportunity to learn more about the Government’s plans for removing combustion engines from the roads by 2040, and about the introduction of Clean Air Zones across the UK.

  • This two-day conference is designed to inform and enlighten delegates on all things future power, packed with content from our thought-leading line-up of speakers. From an overview of the UK, European & Global EV markets, to exclusive vehicle case-studies brought to you by the world’s largest automotive brands, this track delivers insight and intelligence from the Key Players at the forefront of Hybrid & Electric Vehicle revolution.


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