Cenex-LCV2018, which took place at Millbrook Proving Ground on 12-13 September, featured displays of the latest low emission vehicle technology, a range of vehicles to drive, and an extensive conference agenda – as well as hosting day two of the Prime Minister’s Zero Emission Vehicle Summit.
The Prime Minister, UK Transport Secretary Chris Grayling MP, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Greg Clark, and Parliamentary Under Secretary of State, Industry & Energy Richard Harrington, all attended the Zero Emission Vehicle Summit that took place in Birmingham on 11 September 2018 – suggesting that electric vehicles are a genuine priority for the government.
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Cities such as Manchester are about to experience a revolution in how people move around, with Electric, Connected & Autonomous Vehicles playing a key role. The University of Salford hosted a Connected & Autonomous Vehicles Conference which looked at how transport in Manchester – and other cities – is likely to change over the coming years.
The government’s Road to Zero publication was released shortly before the 2018 LowCVP Conference, so the event examined how the strategy – containing 46 policy proposals – could best be achieved: by people, policy or product? The discussion was assisted by Bob Moran, the ‘architect’ of the Road to Zero, being one of the speakers at the event.
Oxford is due to have the world’s first zero emission zone. Oil giants Shell and BP have invested in electric vehicle charging point companies NewMotion and Chargemaster. The tipping point for EVs has started.
Robert Llewellyn took his Fully Charged Show from online on YouTube to real-life at Silverstone on Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 June 2018, and real people turned up – in huge numbers.
Electric Vehicle Guide: everything you need to know about electric vehicles (EVs) including how they can save you money, how they help to improve air quality, and independent reviews of all the EVs on sale in the UK.
An Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) is a car or van that emits 75g/km CO2 or less, based on the NEDC test. This section includes everything you need to know about ULEVs, including independent reviews.
The Mayor of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, has a vision for the Manchester City Region to be one of the greenest in Europe, and at the Moving North Conference, he invited organisations with ideas about how to achieve this vision in the area of transport to speak to him.