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  • To help build new relationships and engage with potential suppliers, the Automotive Council and its partners are holding an event on to bring together the premium product manufacturers and the premium automotive vehicle manufacturers including Jaguar Land Rover, Rolls Royce Motor Cars, Toyota, Nissan, Aston Martin and Bentley. The Meet the Buyer event will include a seminar session, exhibition area, ‘one to one’ introductory meetings with representatives from purchasing departments, aiming to connect innovative suppliers and potential buyers with specific requirements.

    In addition, potential suppliers will have an opportunity to showcase their innovation, conceptual design or new product to a wider audience in ‘Innovation Stand-Ups’ sessions.

  • The links between CO2 from fossil fuels and global warming is firmly established, and the desire to reduce the CO2 emissions associated with transportation remains a key policy driver. This event will present an engineering view of how to ensure the ongoing reduction of C02 from the automotive world. (There are delegate fee discounts for LowCVP members.)

  • New climate and energy policies are proliferating in the wake of commitments made at the 2015 UN Climate Change Conference. Looking forward, this has significant implications. Implementing the Paris Agreement implies the roll out of global policies that will cut oil use. The 'Oil Market Futures' study by Cambridge Econometrics, ICCT and Poyry Consulting will provide the background for a debate on how climate policies will impact future oil prices.

  • Evolution Scotland

    Date: 16 Apr 2016

    Launched in 2014, EVOLUTION will open its doors again to the public, for the only Motor Show where visitors get to experience electric, hybrid and low-emission vehicles. 

  • GreenFleet Scotland 2016

    Date: 15 Apr 2016

    GreenFleet Scotland is the fleet event for Scotland, designed to demonstrate the viability of ultra-low emission, plug-in, hybrid and electric vehicles to organisations that want to improve the efficiency of their fleet and transport operations and to address poor air quality caused by emissions from road transport.

  • This all-day conference in Brussels, organised by T&E, will discuss the decarbonisation of road transport. It is an invitation-only event and the number of places is limited. Bringing together key policy makers from member states, permanent representations, the Commission and the research community, the debate will focus on how European fuel economy standards can help EU countries meet their 2030 climate targets by tackling both trucking and passenger vehicles emissions.

  • Developments in Transmissions and Driveline Technology explores the evolution to have high quality power and control in a vehicle, whilst maintaining optimum fuel economy and efficiency. This unique technical seminar not only addresses transmission and driveline developments for passenger cars, but also advances being made across the industry, on and off highway. 

  • Smarter Travel Live 2016

    Date: 15 Mar 2016

    Smarter Travel Live is a showcase of practical applications of Intelligent Mobility for Sustainable Towns & Cities. The event provides an opportunity for practicioners and professionals from a number of different sectors to network with each other, share good practice, find opportunities for cooperation, and to discuss the future of smarter travel.

  • This Parliamentary reception and associated seminar mark the start of an initiative to bring the climate change and air quality communities closer together and to help ensure that UK vehicle and transport fuel policy is most effectively oriented towards tackling these twin threats. This event is jointly hosted by the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) and the Clean Air Alliance (CAA).

A member view...

LowCVP sits at the nexus of industry, policy and civil society, providing a valuable forum for objective research, debate and action amongst disparate stakeholders.
Adam Chase, Director, E4Tech