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  • The LowCVP is hosting a workshop on Thursday, 23 January to enable Parntership members to provide feedback on the current Department for Transpor Call for Evidence on Advanced Fuels. 

  • The LowCVP is holding a workshop in central London on Tuesday 17 December to enable members to provide feedback on the current call for evidence from the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV). Announcing the call last month, the Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg invited stakeholders to submit innovative ideas on spending £500m to promote ultra low emission vehicles (ULEVS) to help the UK stay ahead of global competition and secure the country's position as global leader in this field.

  • L-category Vehicles Workshop

    Date: 17 Dec 2013

    LowCVP is commencing an L-category vehicle work programme as part of the work of the Innovation Working Group. A workshop will be held to shape the direction of the work programme and understand the L-category vehicle market, barriers and opportunities to decarbonise this transport mode.

  • The launch of the Revised Best Practice Principles will be held at a webinar on Tuesday, 3 December  between 14:00 - 15:00. In 2010 LowCVP, SMMT and ISBA jointly launched the Best Practice Principles for environmental claims in automotive marketing for consumers. In consultation with the respective organisation members, these have been updated.

  • This seminar will explore the latest developments in automobile vehicle body design and light weighting, and will cover a variety of topics including crash safety, end of life disassembly, recycling and multi-material construction technologies. What are the market and political pressures for smaller lighter vehicles? How can vehicles be designed with end of life disassembly and recycling in mind?

  • This conference will discuss the latest developments in engine downsizing, advances in FIE and alternative fuels, new engine architectures and the introduction of Euro 6 in 2014.

  • Commercial Vehicle Forum

    Date: 22 Oct 2013

    On 22 October, Stephen Hammond MP, the UK’s top minister for the freight and logistics sectors, will address some of the road transport industry’s most senior executives at the 2013 Commercial Vehicle Forum to be held at London’s British Museum. At the afternoon event, key personalities from the industry, together with representatives from the national media and market analysts, will debate industry’s hottest topics with panellists from the technology, retail and logistics sectors.

  • The conference will address the themes of transport safety, sustainable transport and public health and bring together experts from across sectors to place safety in a wider policy framework by examining synergies with sustainable travel and public health, and exploring practical ways in which more joined-up working can deliver better outcomes for all three sectors.

  • Govtoday and Securing the Future will be hosting the 4th Annual National Sustainable Transport Conference - 'Unlocking the door-to-door journey' - in association with Sustrans, Passenger Focus and the British Parking Association. The event is offering some free places for members of the LowCVP.

  • This year, the World LP Gas Forum partners with the Annual Congress of the European LPG Association and the UKLPG annual conference, to offer an opportunity to boost delegates' knowledge of, and contacts in, the LP Gas industry.

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