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  • This seminar will offer a unique opportunity to hear about how thought leaders in the automotive industry are adapting to comply with changing legislation. Gain insight into government activity from the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA), and hear industry specialists reveal the impact that changing emissions regulation has had on their processes. Discounts on delegate rate for LowCVP members!

  • Routes to Clean Air 2017

    Date: 24 Oct 2017

    The Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM) presents their annual air quality conference Routes to Clean Air 2017, a two-day conference which brings together air quality professionals from transport to local government.

  • The Low Carbon Champions Awards are designed to identify and promote examples of outstanding and innovative practice in accelerating the shift to lower carbon vehicles and fuels and reducing road transport emissions.

    LowCVP are pleased to announce that the 2017 Low Carbon Champions Awards will be hosted by Energy 2017, which is held as part of UK Construction Week. This year's presentation gala dinner will take place at the Concourse Suites 1 & 2, NEC, Birmingham on the evening of Wednesday 11 October.

  • The LowCVP is to run a series of seminars at the Energy 2017 exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham on Wednesday October 11. The series entitled The Electric Vehicle Revolution: Managing Impacts on the Powergrid will take place during the afternoon immediately preceding the LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Awards gala dinner at the same venue. Speakers are already confirmed from National Grid, EA Technology, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks, UK Power Networks and Drive Electric. The seminars precede the LowCVP's Low Carbon Champions Awards at the same venue.

  • WPD's Balancing Act Conference

    Date: 05 Oct 2017

    Western Power Distribution's Balancing Act conference on low carbon technologies will seek to generate discussion around: Future challenges for the Low Voltage (LV) Network; the integration of electric vehicles (EVs) in preparation for 2040; the electrification of heat and the latest learnings from our storage trials. 

  • The ‘Every Journey, Every Child’ conference takes a child health perspective to showcase, to an international policy audience, London’s approach to tackling air pollution and implementing healthy streets, and to demonstrate – with examples from the US, Latin America, Africa and Asia – how other major cities around the world are grappling with similar issues and following similar paths to re-imagining their urban space. The conference seeks to build on the commitment by governments in the Habitat III New Urban Agenda that a ‘safe and healthy journey to school for every child is a priority’, and the Sustainable Development Goal targets on road safety and air quality, to promote practical action around the world.

  • GreenFleet Arrive 'n' Drive

    Date: 28 Sep 2017

    Greenfleet Arrive “n” Drive is the UK’s fleet event dedicated to helping business fleets to lower emissions and costs. The event provides an intensive day of unique driving experiences, insight and information exchange to enable managers to make fleet procurement decisions with confidence.

  • This Clean Vehicle Retrofit Technology Workshop is being organised by the LowCVP in partnership with the Joint Air Quality Team. The aim of the workshop is to raise awareness amongst the Local Authority community about the role of retrofit technologies in reducing NOx emissions from diesel vehicles, share the findings of LowCVP’s CBTF/CVTF Evaluation Report and share local authority case studies.

  • This year the Welsh Automotive Assembly are changing the theme of Autolink to look at the trends in automotive with the technologies and products required to meet the needs of future mobility. There will be an excellent panel of speakers and there will be space for organisations to display their products.

  • This Energy Saving Trust event will examine low carbon housing, city energy planning and sustainable transport issues.  It will look at how cities can best deliver low carbon transport solutions and infrastructure to improve local air quality and meet future mobility needs, the potential of integrated urban energy planning and the opportunities to map out its energy system through to 2050 as well as solutions for transforming energy performance of new and existing housing. 

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