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LowCVP Conference, 12 July - full agenda announced!

Wed 27 June 2018 | Back to news list

The full agenda for the LowCVP's 2018 Annual Conference on July 12 in Westminster has been announced. The Conference will address what it's going to take to bring consumers on the zero emission transport journey. Book now!
This year's Conference - 'People, Policy or Product? How far can consumers take the drive to low emissions' - will look at the most effective ways to motivate car buyers and ‘mobility consumers’ to change their choices for the better.
How do we capture people's imagination and tap into what’s important to them? Is it possible to break-up their love affair with their fossil energy-powered car; or create such strong demand for zero emission public and private mobility that it shapes the industry for many years to come?
The Conference highlights include:
  • Government policy and the drive to zero emissions transport.
  • Results of AA Populus survey into consumer attitudes commissioned for the event.
  • The role of finance and leasing.
  • Real time delegate polling and interactivity.
  • Leading speakers with action-oriented presentations.
  • Networking opportunities.
  • Exhibitors.
  • Post-conference VIP drinks reception, sponsored by National Grid,  for all delegates, including MPs and leading public figures.
  • Highlights of National Grid's Future Energy Scenarios to be published on the same day
Conference speakers include:
  • Keynote: Jesse Norman MP, Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for the Department for Transport (invited)
  • Prof Jillian Anable, Chair in Transport & Energy, Institute for Transport Studies, Leeds University
  • Greg Archer, Director, Clean Vehicles, Transport & Environment (T&E)
  • Dr Jenifer Baxter, Head of Engineering, IMechE
  • Dustin Benton, Policy Director, Green Alliance
  • Graeme Cooper, Project Director - Electric Vehicles, National Grid Electricity Transmission
  • Paul Clarke, Managing Director, Automotive Comms (Founder/Editor, GreenCarGuide.co.uk)
  • Christoph Domke & Natasha Patel, Future of Mobility, KPMG
  • Andy Eastlake, Managing Director, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership
  • Ted Foster, Centre Manager, EV Experience Centre
  • Ed Gillespie, Co-Founder, Futerra
  • Edmund King OBE, President, The AA
  • Dr Ben Lane, Managing Editor, Zap-Map
  • Sinead Lynch, Chair, Shell UK Ltd
  • Lorna McAtear, Head of Supply & Internal Accounts, Royal Mail
  • Darran Messem, Director of Transport & Sustainable Development,Madano, and Chairman, LowCVP
  • Dr Bob Moran, Head of Environment Strategy, Department for Transport
  • Jay Parmar, Director of Policy, BVRLA
  • Chris Perry, UK Lead, Maas Global
  • Roisin Quinn, Head of Energy Strategy and Policy, National Grid
  • Martin Reeves, Lombard Vehicle Solutions
  • Susie Seldon, Go Ultra Low


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