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  • With a shifting focus to battery technology it is easy to forget that hybrids still require an internal combustion engine. Internal Combustion Engines will continue to be part of the solution for some time to come and investment and research will continue to be made in this area. Join the Institution of Mechanical Engineers' Internal Combustion Engines 2017 conference to hear from those at the forefront of this research in the quest for more efficient hydrocarbon fuel engines. LowCVP members can book this event at the IMechE member rate.

  • The partners of IEA-TCP Taskforce 32 on Small Electric Vehicles (SEVs) are holding a workshop to discuss the challenges and issues surrounding SEV, and would like to invite stakeholders to participate in the discussion.

  • Following announcements that both industry and government are preparing for an electric future, International EV Batteries 2017 will bring cutting-edge technical updates from OEMs, researchers and regulators. The event will provide an opportunity to hear from mechanical engineers on how they are cost-effectively increasing range, enhancing performance and improving durability of electric and hybrid vehicles. Event discounts are available for LowCVP members.

  • LowCVP will host the third Low Emission Bus Workshop in Nottingham, discussing the challenges facing the city and the wider county and celebrating the achievements made in introducing Low Emission Bus technologies in the city. There will be speakers from: Nottingham City Council, Nottingham Community Transport, Nottingham City Transport, Leicester City Council and National Express Bus, as well as a range of exhibitors. The event is free to attend.

  • LoCITY Annual Conference

    Date: 07 Nov 2017

    The event will showcase the latest ultra low emission vehicles and technologies available for city fleets. The free-to-attend event will be held at London’s Alexandra Palace on Tuesday 7 November, with the latest clean, safe and quiet urban commercial vehicles and technologies on show in a full-day’s programme with top industry speakers.

  • This seminar will offer a unique opportunity to hear about how thought leaders in the automotive industry are adapting to comply with changing legislation. Gain insight into government activity from the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs (DEFRA), and hear industry specialists reveal the impact that changing emissions regulation has had on their processes. Discounts on delegate rate for LowCVP members!

  • Routes to Clean Air 2017

    Date: 24 Oct 2017

    The Institute of Air Quality Management (IAQM) presents their annual air quality conference Routes to Clean Air 2017, a two-day conference which brings together air quality professionals from transport to local government.

  • The Low Carbon Champions Awards are designed to identify and promote examples of outstanding and innovative practice in accelerating the shift to lower carbon vehicles and fuels and reducing road transport emissions.

    LowCVP are pleased to announce that the 2017 Low Carbon Champions Awards will be hosted by Energy 2017, which is held as part of UK Construction Week. This year's presentation gala dinner will take place at the Concourse Suites 1 & 2, NEC, Birmingham on the evening of Wednesday 11 October.

  • The LowCVP is to run a series of seminars at the Energy 2017 exhibition at the NEC, Birmingham on Wednesday October 11. The series entitled The Electric Vehicle Revolution: Managing Impacts on the Powergrid will take place during the afternoon immediately preceding the LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Awards gala dinner at the same venue. Speakers are already confirmed from National Grid, EA Technology, Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks, UK Power Networks and Drive Electric. The seminars precede the LowCVP's Low Carbon Champions Awards at the same venue.

  • WPD's Balancing Act Conference

    Date: 05 Oct 2017

    Western Power Distribution's Balancing Act conference on low carbon technologies will seek to generate discussion around: Future challenges for the Low Voltage (LV) Network; the integration of electric vehicles (EVs) in preparation for 2040; the electrification of heat and the latest learnings from our storage trials. 

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