Cenex Low Carbon Vehicle Event 4/5 September 2013: seminar programme and other latest newsAugust 26, 2013
There’s just over one week to go to LCV2013 , the UK’s leading low carbon vehicle event – here’s a summary of the seminar programme and other latest news about this event.
The seminar programme includes content such as the following:
Day 1, Main Plenary
• Motor industry global technology trends debate
• Automotive council technology roadmaps
• Turning technologies into products
Day 1, Dome 1
• Rail industry innovation needs and motor industry supply chain opportunities
• Energy for transport: Implications on the wider energy system of the transition to ultra low emission vehicles
• Routes to market
Day 1, Dome 2
• Electric vehicle technologies
Day 2, Main Plenary
• E-mobility in the UK and beyond
• Fleet technology expert panel question time
Day 2, Dome 1
• Infrastructure for the electric vehicle future
• The changing landscape of public funding for R&D
• Access to private finance
Day 2, Dome 2
• Intelligent mobility and low carbon vehicles
• Low carbon vehicle technologies
View the entire seminar programme at:
Ten key features for LCV2013
1. Unique networking opportunities with key stakeholders across the low carbon vehicle community, with a strong representation from senior figures from industry, government and academia
2. Extensive Technology Exhibition spread across 3 indoor halls and the outdoor steering pad
3. Comprehensive Seminar Programme with sessions covering technology, policy and market developments as well as access to finance
4. Ride & Drive combining research prototypes and the latest commercially available low and ultra low carbon vehicles
5. Technology Strategy Board Exhibition stand and On-stand Forum
6. Meet the University Reception hosted by LowCVP and UKTI
7. Proving Factory Showcase in Hall 1
8. International delegation hosted by UKTI
9. Largest exhibition of UK charge point providers
10. LCV2013 Event App with meeting maker functionality
Who should attend LCV2013
• Motor industry technology developers including vehicle manufacturers, Tier 1s and SMEs
• Universities active in low carbon technology research
• Industry from rail, marine and energy sectors seeking business and supply chain opportunities
• Fleet operators interested to adopt low carbon vehicles and fuels
• Local authorities and private businesses interest in charge points and alternative fuels
• Energy companies from electrical utilities, oil and gas companies
• Consultancies specialising in the transport and energy sectors
• Electrical contractors with an interest to vehicle charge points
• Finance community
• Public affairs and public relations professionals supporting key clients from the low carbon vehicle community
LCV 2013 Event App
A new feature this year is the LCV 2013 Event App – your interactive show guide and networking tool. The Event App is free to download for all LCV 2013 visitors.
Key benefits of the LCV2013 Event App
• Request meetings with targeted exhibitors in advance of the LCV2013 Event.
• Make the most out of your time by creating your own personalised agenda by adding seminar sessions and important 1-to-1 meetings.
• Find exhibitors that match your interests and easily locate them on the interactive floor map.
• Review the extensive seminar programme and the speaker bios. Download the public presentations after the seminar sessions are over.
• Access useful information (e.g. car parking, catering, etc) in the A to Z Guide.
The App works both online and offline for Android and Apple devices. Blackberry and PC users can access the online version at www.mylcv2013.zerista.com
(full features available when you log in).
Free EV charging at Cenex LCV2013
EV driving visitors to the Cenex Low Carbon Vehicle 2013 event will again be offered free recharging while they browse the show, thanks to APT Controls and the Source East Network which operates across the East of England.
Six fast charging points will be installed at the end of Millbrook’s mile straight, allowing attendees to drive to the event on electricity and leave their car to charge.
Find out more at: