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  • On 15th and 16th September 2010, Cenex will host the third LCV at Millbrook Proving Ground. Cenex is working in cooperation with UK Trade and Investment and is seeking to bring 50 International VIP's to the event to showcase the capabilities of UK technology providers and to provide a wider platform for collaborative opportunities.

  • This Low Carbon Vehicles - Meet the Experts networking event is designed to help you to explore the potential opportunties for your business in overseas markets in the exciting field of low carbon transport development. If you company has technologies that could be applicable to Low Carbon vehicles then this event could be for you.

  • GreenFleet Scotland 2010

    Date: 02 Sep 2010

    GreenFleet Scotland, sponsored by the Energy Saving Trust, will provide this year's only opportunity for Scottish fleet managers and heads of transport to test drive the latest low and zero emission vehicles on the market today, from a wide range of conventional and electric vehicle manufacturers.

  • The LowCVP's 2010 conference - which is now open for bookings - will take place on July 14-15 at Twickenham Stadium in west London. The event will, for the first time, include an Awards Dinner featuring the third WhatCar? Green Awards and the inaugural LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Awards in the evening of 14 July. The LowCVP conference has become a leading event on the environmental transport calendar, regularly attracting leading speakers and 200 or more high level delegates. This year's expanded event will offer more opportunities for delegates, exhibitors and sponsors.

  • Launched by HRH Prince Charles in 2007, the Eco-Rally is a mobile motor-show demonstrating the world’s most advanced green vehicles in action. This year's event will involve major car brands, well-known celebrities and politicians. The Eco-Rally will end in London's Hyde Park, opposite the Royal Albert Hall, where there will be exhibitions and speeches.

  • Bus Rapid Transit World Europe 2010 will feature leading industry speakers and panelists and provide a forum for bus and transit operators, transport authorities and their partners to come together to discuss future challenges and opportunities in 2010 and beyond. A 15% discount to LowCVP members is available.

  • Innovate to Survive 2010 will bring together everyone within the engineering value chain to discuss, address, and look to find solutions to the challenges of a low carbon future.

  • Over the past year, rapid advancements in technology have shaped electric vehicles into viable, green alternatives for the future of personal transport. However, the question remains: which will evolve first - EVs or the infrastructure to power them?

  • The National Microelectronics Institute (NMI) is the premier trade association representing the semiconductor industry in the UK and Ireland. Its objective is to help build and support a strong microelectronics community by acting as a catalyst and facilitator for both commercial and technological development.

    NMI is embarking upon a strategy to increase the local content of vehicles manufactured in the UK (and EU) with respect to electronic components and systems, with particular attention to the needs of the Low Carbon sector (inc. ICE, EV and all levels of hybridisation).

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