Green Car Guide Editor Paul Clarke teamed up with comedian Miles Jupp to present the BusinessGreen Car of the Year Award 2015, with the winner being… the Volkswagen Golf GTE.
On the eve of the first ever Formula E race in London, the focus of the LowCVP Conference 2015 was whether the electric race series could get motorists sufficiently excited to buy electric cars – and FIA Formula E’s Chief Executive, Alejandro Agag, was on hand to provide his view.
This year’s LowCVP Annual Conference, taking place on 24 June in Westminster, focuses on ‘The Energy for Future Transport’ and the event will discuss how Formula E can help make electric motoring mainstream in the run-up to the final e-Prix in Battersea Park on June 27-8.
The Future Powertrain Conference 2015 took place at the National Motorcycle Museum in Solihull on 25th & 26th February 2015, bringing together academics and engineers from the automotive industry with the aim of jointly exploring solutions for future powertrain challenges.
The Future Powertrain Conference will be held on Wednesday 25th and Thursday 26th February 2015 at the National Motorcycle Museum based in the West Midlands.
The Motorsport Industry Association (MIA) International Low Carbon Racing Conference 2015 is taking place at Autosport International on 7 January at the NEC, Birmingham.
A Honda Civic Tourer has won this year’s MPG Marathon eco-driving challenge, achieving 97.92mpg over the 330-mile route.
The seminar programme has been announced for the Cenex Low Carbon Vehicle Event – LCV2014 – taking place in Millbrook on 10-11 September 2014.
The full agenda is now confirmed for the LowCVP Conference 2014 on Tuesday 15 July, with speakers including Baroness Kramer, Minister of State, Department of Transport; Joe Greenwell CBE, Automotive Investment Organisation; and Jerry Hardcastle OBE, Nissan.
Here are the Top 10 Green Cars from the 2013 Frankfurt Motor Show, with performance plug-in hybrids from the likes of Porsche and BMW being the big news.