Sponsors

The LowCVP and Media 10 are currently seeking sponsors for the 2017 Champions Awards. Details about sponsorship and seats/tables at the Gala Dinner are available here.

For further information, please contact the Secretariat on 020 7304 6880 or secretariat@lowcvp.org.uk

LowCVP thanks the category sponsors of the 2016 Low Carbon Champion Awards below. 

 

Grand Prix - Outstanding achievement in Low Carbon Transport Sponsored by Millbrook

Millbrook Group provides vehicle test, validation and engineering services to customers in the automotive, transport, tyre, petrochemical, defence and security industries. It is independent and impartial in everything it does. It has a range of test facilities for components and full vehicles. These include varied test tracks in the UK and Northern Finland, engine dynamometers, environmental chambers, crash laboratories and advanced emissions chassis dynamometers. Millbrook’s employees are passionate about safety, customer service and technical excellence, making them ideal partners at any stage in the development and launch of the low carbon vehicles of tomorrow.  www.millbrook.co.uk 

2016 Award for Low Carbon Innovation by an SME Sponsored by APC UK

The Advanced Propulsion Centre (APC) exists to position the UK as a centre of excellence for low carbon propulsion development and production. The Advanced Propulsion Centre was formed in 2013 and is a £1billion, ten-year commitment between government and the automotive industry. The APC is a private limited company, an industry-wide collaboration of innovators and producers of low carbon propulsion systems. The APC facilitates partnerships between those who have good low carbon propulsion ideas and those who can bring them to market. The Advanced Propulsion Centre was created to help bring these groups together and help them access funding.

Low Carbon Car / Van Manufacturer of the Year Sponsored by Michelin Tyre Plc

Michelin is proud to manufacture over 10M tyres in the UK per year. To control its environmental impact, Michelin continually assesses its operations and products.  The company develops technologies aimed at reducing its tyres’ rolling resistance, increasing longevity to reduce the number of end-of-life tyres to be processed and is committed to reducing the carbon emissions from its three UK production sites.  Michelin employs independent test bodies to test its tyres against competitors to prove that they last longer, improve fuel consumption and help reduce vehicle CO2 emissions. 

Low Carbon Vehicle Operator of the Year Sponsored by BAE Systems HybriDrive

The BAE Systems HybriDrive® propulsion system is a leading-edge green technology, with a record of proven performance and excellence in service.  This driving force is behind some of the world’s largest fleets of low carbon buses. To further help operators reduce their impact on the environment, BAE Systems will shortly introduce its latest development of the HybriDrive propulsion system – on-route, inductive charging.  This will bring even greater fuel savings, while providing a quieter experience for passengers and pedestrians alike.  This new technology is the latest step along the road to economically and operationally viable zero-emission bus operations, to which BAE Systems is passionately committed. http://www.hybridrive.com/ 

Low Carbon Road Transport Initiative of the Year Sponsored by Shell

There is no single “silver bullet” that will deliver sustainable mobility over the coming decades for all geographies. Different fuels for different journeys in different places has the potential to become the norm as the world looks to tackle CO2 emissions from transport. Shell is working across a full fuels portfolio as the use of hydrogen, biofuels, electricity and natural gas in transport increases creating a global ‘mosaic’ of fuels and drivetrain pathways that are optimised depending on the transport mode, journey length and local circumstances at the country level.  

Low Carbon Heavy Duty Vehicle Manufacturer of the Year Sponsored by Freight in the City

Freight in the City is an initiative from Road Transport Media, the publisher of Commercial Motor, Motor Transport and Truck & Driver and organiser of events for the road transport industry.

Freightinthecity.com provides a central resource and platform for anyone involved in making freight transportation as clean, safe and quiet as possible. Promoting sustainable urban deliveries is the core focus of Freight in the City, which is why we are proud to support the Low Carbon Champions Awards again this year. The 2016 Freight in the City Expo will take place on 2 November in London.

2016 Outstanding Low Carbon Publication or Report Sponsored by the IMechE

The Institution of Mechanical Engineers was established in 1847 and has some of the world's greatest engineers in its history books. It currently has over 94,000 members, representing mechanical engineers involved in a diversity fields such as the automotive, rail, aerospace, medical, power and construction industries. 

Low Carbon Fuel Initiative of the Year Sponsored by Route Monkey

Route Monkey is a route optimisation and scheduling solutions provider that helps fleets to cut mileage, CO₂ emissions and costs, while improving vehicle utilisation.

It is also a pioneer in optimising ULEVs, energy management solutions and Intelligent Mobility. Its algorithms optimise vehicles, people, goods, energy, and infrastructure. Along with a growing private sector customer base, Route Monkey has delivered projects for Energy Savings Trust, Innovate UK, Scottish Enterprise, TfL and Transport Scotland.

Route Monkey is a Trakm8 company. Trakm8 Holdings PLC is an AIM listed company providing market-leading insurance and fleet management solutions, using big data analytics, to organisations worldwide.

Outstanding Individual in Promoting Low Carbon Transport