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  • This free to attend event, featuring Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander MP, is hosted by sustainability hub in association with the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership. It will discuss how the UK can secure and maintain a technological edge, encouraging industry to continue to invest in in low carbon vehicle technologies through an ongoing, consistent and long-term policy approach, avoiding calls to roll back commitments aimed at helping to achieve a low carbon future.

  • Renewable Energy Marketplace

    Date: 08 Apr 2014

    Renewable Energy Marketplace is the south west's biggest energy event covering renewables, efficiency measures and generation. Now in its fourth year, we are pleased to be including a green car showcase featuring Renault, Tesla, BMW and more.

  • The Automotive Cleantech event on 2 April will focus on the role of innovation in automobiles and transport. This morning event will cover a range of approaches to low carbon mobility and will include speakers representing both Government funding bodies and private sector investors - as well as companies developing innovative solutions.

  • The Carplus Annual Conference will be an opportunity to hear the latest news from the sector and to discuss some of the developing trends.  It will focus on the future of shared mobility and explore how we are preparing for it; the opportunities that lie ahead and what may need to be done to adapt.

  • Sustainability Live

    Date: 01 Apr 2014

    A leading UK event for energy efficiency, energy recovery, water and wastewater management comprising of NEMEX, IWEX and ENERGY RECOVERY. The event provides a free-to-attend keynote and seminar programme and the opportunity to compare products and services from a wide range of exhibitors.The LowCVP is participating in the seminar programme in the Energy Recovery theatre.

  • The University of Birmingham, in conjuction with strategic partners, will be hosting a technical conference on the progress of Fuel Cells & Hydrogen in Transport and Buildings.  The conference will showcase the latest in transport technology research and offer opportunities for networking and consortia building.

  • This seminar will examine the application and use of gaseous fuels in vehicles.  Delegates will be able to explore the different types of gases that can be used as fuels, and gain an insight into the benefits gaseous fuels have over traditional liquid fuels.  What difference can they make to emissions, and C02 and fuel consumption?  How can they be applied to passenger and commercial vehicles? (Note: LowCVP member discounts)

  • Cleantech Innovate 2014

    Date: 13 Feb 2014

    Cleantech Innovate is an annual showcase,  supported in 2014 through an award from LowCVP, which celebrates all that is great about green industry innovation in the UK in a unique one-day format. The 2014 event will be held on 13th February, at the Institution of Mechanical Engineers premises at One Birdcage Walk, London, and this year’s 40 finalists have been selected from a field of 84 outstanding applications. There is an entry discount for LowCVP members.

  • In the context of the EU's 2020 Directive for 10% of all energy used in transport to be derived from renewable sources, sessions will assess the continued viability of the UK's delivery strategy, particularly in relation to the potential impact of EU ILUC (indirect land use change) proposals - with the European Parliament's Environment Committee having voted to limit the supply of first generation biofuels. Baroness Kramer, Minister of State, Department for Transport and Ian O'Gara, Bioenergy Lead, Accenture will deliver a keynote addresses at this seminar.

  • The Rushlight Show

    Date: 30 Jan 2014

    The 5th Rushlight Show will includes the Funding Cleantech Conference; Resource Management Conference, Sustainable Solutions Market Panel, Isle of Man breakfast seminar.

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