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  • Aerodynamics continues to make an increasing contribution to the performance and characteristics of passenger cars, commercial vehicles, motorbikes, bicycles and also in motorsport. Not confined to absolute performance and energy use, customer demand for reduced wind noise and soiling while increasing visibility and comfort requires aerodynamicists to be involved in more aspects of design, development and testing than before. (NB LowCVP members can register at IMechE member rates.)

  • WIRED Smarter

    Date: 09 Oct 2018

    WIRED Smarter brings together senior decision-makers across the retail, energy and finance sectors together to discuss the innovation and trends changing their industries. Set as a multi-track, one-day event, WIRED Smarter will host more than 30 speakers from a variety of industries, backgrounds and perspectives. Expect top-level headline keynotes, trend-led industry briefings, case-study dissections and lightning showcases from a wide range of inspirational startups and scale-ups. There are discounts available for LowCVP members who would like to attend.

  • UK Low Carbon Economy Summit

    Date: 09 Oct 2018

    The UK Low Carbon Economy Summit will determine strategies for establishing a high growth low carbon economy through the transport and energy intensive industries in-line with the UK Government’s Clean Growth Strategy. Bringing together low carbon policy makers, industry and innovators, the two-day summit will address approaches for improving efficiency across business, industry & transport, and enabling the shift toward a low carbon economy. The LowCVP's Policy Director, Jonathan Murray, will be speaking at the event. There are a limited number of complimentary places available for LowCVP members (see below).

  • Join colleagues from the energy industry, financial sector, policy community and academia at the BIEE’s research  conference on September 18-19 for  two days of high level debate on the changing role of consumers in the energy system, regarded but many (but not all) as one of the big transitional issues of the coming decade.

  • Cenex LCV 2018

    Date: 12 Sep 2018

  • Lo-CITY Annual Conference

    Date: 05 Sep 2018

    The LoCITY Annual Conference will include presentations from leading figures in the low emission vehicle sector including the LowCVP's Andy Eastlake. Delivered by Commercial GreenFleet, the event is designed for operators of freight and commercial vehicles in and out of London.

  • The LowCVP will host its fifth regional Low Emission Bus Workshop in Cardiff on Thursday 19th July 2018 at the Principality Stadium. The free morning workshop will provide local authorities and bus operators with information on new technologies and fuels, sharing operators' experiences of low carbon and low emission solutions for bus fleets around the UK, including retrofit SCR projects.

  • FISITA PLUS Conference

    Date: 12 Jul 2018

    A one-day conference for mobility technologists and professionals.

  • LowCVP Annual Conference 2018

    Date: 12 Jul 2018

    Progress to a zero emission transport future depends not just on the availability of the right vehicles and fuels but also on the willingness and enthusiasm of consumers and fleet buyers to adopt them. Increasing consumers' appetite for change through supportive policies, effective marketing and other actions will help determine the rate of progress, but will this be enough? Find out how experts view the 'people, policy, product' conundrum at the LowCVP's 2018 Annual Conference. For full details CLICK HERE.

  • Oxford EV Summit

    Date: 04 Jul 2018

    This two-day summit brings together leaders and key players working on electric vehicles and charging infrastructure to explore the opportunities, and the barriers, on the road towards full electro mobility. The LowCVP will be taking part in the Oxford EV Summit which will be held at Oxford University's Said Business School on 4/5 July.

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The acceptance of so many significant changes in technology have mainly been driven and brought about by the dedication of the LowCVP.
Alan Martin, Baumot