Log in to access members-only content

Log in to the LowCVP members' area

Log in to access members-only content

Not a member yet?

The LowCVP which was established in 2003, is a public-private partnership that exists to accelerate a sustainable shift to lower carbon vehicles and fuels and create opportunities for UK business. Nearly 200 organisations are engaged from diverse backgrounds including automotive and fuel supply chains, vehicle users, academics, environment groups and others.

Join now!

Member Details

Loughborough University

< Back to listing
Ashby Road
Stewart Millar Building
LE11 3TU
United Kingdom

Website: www.lboro.ac.uk

World-class low carbon vehicle expertise Loughborough University works in partnership with the automotive industry to develop new technologies to reduce carbon emissions and provide clean energy solutions Our world-leading expertise also spans more efficient and sustainable methods of manufacturing, pioneering new materials applications, transport infrastructure, vehicle ergonomics, safety, design and user acceptability. Specialist on site resources include a hydrogen refuelling station, an electrolyser facility, wind tunnels, chassis dynamometers and laboratories for zero CO2 vehicles, fuel cells, thermofluids, vibration and additive manufacturing. Our Science and Enterprise Park hosts the Government's &pound1 billion Energy Technologies Institute (ETI), that is accelerating the UKs transition to a low carbon economy. We have well-established and mutually beneficial partnerships with global brands including Caterpillar, Ford, JCB, Jaguar Land Rover, Lotus Engineering, Nissan, Perkins Engines, Renault and Rolls-Royce. We offer a range of ways for organisations of all sizes to work with us to achieve their low carbon strategies and improve performance. Some of these schemes offer up to 66 per cent funding towards new staff employment, training and equipment costs.

A member view...

The LowCVP provides an effective way of engaging with a broad range of stakeholders and policy makers.
Sophie Ogunbiyi, Manager, External Affairs, Toyota Motor Europe