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  • LowCVP is hosting a workshop in partnership with SSE Enterprise to share experiences of depot and fleet electrification for buses.

  • With the growth in electric vehicle numbers within commercial fleets, operators face a new challenge - ensuring their depot electricity capacity is sufficient to meet their recharging needs, through their network connection, on-site energy storage and smart energy management solutions.

    Join us at SSE in Perth, Scotland on 4th December for a workshop to explore the challenges of fleet and depot electrification. The workshop is aimed at operators from all sectors and fleet sizes, as well as local authorities and others interested in sharing experiences and learning more about the challenges of introducing electric vehicles.

    Register for tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/lowcvp-zero-emission-fleet-series-perth-commercial-vehicles-tickets-76937446975

  • Energy Saving Trust’s Fleet Heroes Awards & Conference 2019 will be held in central London on Thursday 28 November. These awards celebrate sustainable transport and recognise those organisations that are leading the way and making progress towards achieving zero emissions.

  • Achieving the Government’s 2050 net zero carbon target requires the UK to take deep cuts in road transport greenhouse gas emissions over the next two decades. The advancement of zero tail-pipe emission vehicles and low carbon fuels has a critical role to play in reducing vehicle GHG emissions. However, to deliver on these decarbonisation ambitions measures are required by policy makers and the automotive industry to address GHG emission across the vehicle lifecycle, taking into account vehicle production, in-use (WTW) and end of life stages. This could offer the UK new opportunities for delivering a low carbon economy and demonstrating international leadership in GHG emission mitigation.

    The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership and Advanced Propulsion Centre are holding a workshop on Thursday 28th November to explore how life cycle CO2e assessment can be better integrated into automotive manufacturing and future vehicle policy.

  • JUICE is the UK’s ‘Community’, designed to be the authoritative voice on all things “EV Infrastructure”. This event brings together the automotive community with top experts from the EV, power, tech, research, motor industries, etc. so should be a great networking environment. 

  • Freight in the City Expo

    Date: 06 Nov 2019

    Taking place on 6 November 2019 in London’s Alexandra Palace, Freight in the City Expo will be full of key decision-makers looking for the latest technology and equipment to make urban freight movements safer, cleaner, quieter and more efficient.

  • The Institution of Mechanical Engineers’ International EV Batteries 2019 conference will address the latest engineering design processes and best practice in battery application for a more resilient and cost-effective battery.

  • Find out about the current electric vehicle (EV) market and growing opportunities for component suppliers...Hear from companies who have moved into this market...Find out about the support available to help you become part of the EV supply chain...What is the role for Electric Vehicles in Future Transport Propulsion Systems?

  • Utility Week Congress

    Date: 08 Oct 2019

    The Utility Week Congress 2019, will bring senior stakeholders from across the utilities sphere together to help forge this common collective view and provide inspiration to those within the industry who are responsible for realising strategic goals. The LowCVP's Policy Director, Jonathan Murray, will be speaking at the event.

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