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  • The new low carbon vehicle cluster will hold its first event, Driving towards a Greener Wales, at the Cardiff City Stadium and provide the first opportunity for cutting edge technology companies in Wales to meet counterparts from the rest of Britain.

  • The LowCVP is organising one of the conference modules within a major new event focused on sustainable business - Business and a Sustainable Environment; base 2010 - which runs from March 16-17 at ExCel London. The seminar, which will focus on the practical applications for electric vehicles, takes place during the morning of March 17.

  • Carplus Annual Conference 2010

    Date: 11 Mar 2010

    The Carplus Annual Conference 2010 will offer reflections, insights and predictions regarding the varied developments within the car club industry. The day will be introduced by the Mayor of London and will feature updates from the UK, Europe and the United States.

  • Action Aid: Big Biofuel Debate

    Date: 16 Feb 2010

    Action Aid's debate will bring together scientists, academics, journalists, politicians, influential thinkers and bloggers to battle over biofuels. The event will be chaired by Ben Webster, Environment Editor at The Times.

  • The Rushlight Clean Technologies Show 2010 brings together UK and Irish clean technology companies, investors, corporate customers and advisers to assist in the development and deployment of new technology solutions for a low resource future.

  • This event will look at how transport policy fits into the wider environmental objectives of the government, from the debate on electric vehicles to discussing how local authorities and central government services can be pioneers in the delivery of a truly sustainable transport network.

  • EIC’s conference will provide an analysis of current and future UK and EU environmental policy, with high-level policy makers and regulators guiding delegates through the future for land, water, air, waste, energy and climate change policy – and how it will affect every sector of the economy. Speakers include Dan Farron, Environment Minister, Nick Herbert, Shadow Environment Secretary and Tim Farron, LibDem Environment Spokesman.

  • This half-day event, jointly organised by the LowCVP, PACTS (Parliamentary Advisory Council on Transport Safety) and the IMechE will look at the carbon reduction and safety agendas in the context of road transport. It will identify where policy measures and initiatives are complementary and how areas of tension between the two agendas can be most effectively resolved.

  • The Guardian UK Cleantech Summit, which will be held in London on 23 November will bring together the brightest and most innovative entrepreneurs, corporate representatives, policy makers and investors together to innovate, challenge and accelerate the growth of cleantech in the UK.

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