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LowCVP 15th Anniversary Parliamentary Reception, 20 March - save the date!

Mon 22 January 2018 | Back to news list


The LowCVP will be celebrating our 15th anniversary in the impressive surroundings of the Terrace Pavilion in the House of Commons on Tuesday 20 March 2018 from 4-6pm. Hosted by Lillian Greenwood MP, Chair of Transport Select Committee, this high profile reception will review and celebrate the significant progress made towards low emissions road transport over the last 15 years and focus on some of the challenges and opportunities ahead.

The Government’s ‘Road to Zero’ strategy is expected to be announced by the end of March, and this along with the LowCVP’s future work plans and announcement of our latest partners, will be amongst the subjects to be discussed.

Speakers include:

  • Jesse Norman, MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport 
  • Andy McDonald MP, Shadow Secretary of State for Transport
  • Andy Eastlake, Managing Director, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership

Please register your interest in attending the event by sending an email to the LowCVP event team including your full name, job title and organisation.

Please note that we anticipate a strong interest in the event. Representatives of LowCVP member organisations will have priority. (If you are interested in joining the Partnership, please visit this page.)

There are a very limited number of opportunities for exhibition and sponsorship of the LowCVP’s 15th Anniversary Reception. Please contact the LowCVP Secretariat for more details.

The sponsor of the LowCVP's 15th Anniversary Reception is NatWest and its associated brand Lombard. NatWest’s relationship managers and Lombard’s Corporate Leasing & Fleet Management representatives empower customers to make informed travel choices. They provide help and advice to organisations working in a complex automotive sector to enable them to keep pace with the future.

Exhibitors at the LowCVP's 15th Anniversary Reception include: Scania GB Ltd; Uber; GKN; Vivergo Fuels and Calor.

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