Cenex in the News

The latest news and developments from within Cenex.

  • Record attendance at Cenex-LCV2015

    The Cenex run national Low Carbon Vehicle event attracted a record attendance.

  • Cenex celebrates 10 years of excellence in the low carbon vehicle industry

    Press Releases

    Cenex – the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for low carbon technologies – is pleased to be celebrating ‘10 years of excellence’ in the low carbon vehicle sector. Established in 2005 as the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for Low Carbon and Fuel Cell technologies, Cenex operates as an independent not-for-profit consultancy and specialises in […]

  • The countdown begins: Two weeks to go until largest National Low Carbon Vehicle Event, Cenex-LCV2015

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    Anna Soubry, MP Minister for Small Business, Industry and Enterprise to give keynote address Loughborough, UK – 26 August 2015 Cenex – the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies and the organiser of the UK’s largest technology showcasing and networking event for the UK low carbon vehicle community (www.cenex-lcv.co.uk), […]

  • Cenex chooses Chargemaster to take over Plugged-in Midlands electric vehicle charging network

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    29th July 2015 Cenex, the Loughborough-based Centre of Excellence for Low Carbon and Fuel Cell Technologies, has chosen Chargemaster, the largest UK supplier and operator of chargepoints, to run the Plugged-in Midlands Network (PiM) following a competitive selection process. The Plugged-in Midlands estate of more than 870 chargepoints will be merged with Chargemaster’s POLAR network, […]

  • Transform Procurement Standards

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    The main aim of TRANSFORM is to mobilise the procurement power of city authorities and major companies to accelerate progress towards sustainable zero carbon transport systems. The three year project will focus on: • The development of procurement of innovation strategies on realizing Green Transport • The results will be used to bridge the gap […]

  • Final Report to the Transform Project May 2014

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    This report provides a review of demand side measures as applied by cities to deliver environmental benefits via Environmentally Friendly Vehicles (EFVs). The report was commissioned for the Transform project and aims to provide a list of examples of demand side measures, with illustrative case study examples. As a UK consultancy, UK case study examples […]

  • The Low Emission Van Guide

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    Helping van operators to reduce costs and emissions. This guide will assist you in choosing the most suitable low emission van for the type of work you do. The guide is aimed at operators of small to medium-sized fleets of commercial vehicles, covering vans up to 3.5t GVW (gross vehicle weight) – i.e., a Ford Transit sized […]

  • Van Cost & Carbon Calculator predicts savings through low-carbon vehicles

    Press Releases

     Cenex – the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for low carbon technologies – is pleased to announce the release of its new online tool: the Van Cost & Carbon Calculator, or VC3. The VC3 computes the economic and environmental performance of diesel, electric, gas and stop-start van technologies. It enables fleet decision-makers to assess the […]

  • Robert Llewellyn to compere LCV2015 Networking Dinner and Awards Ceremony

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    Cenex – the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies and the organiser of the UK’s largest technology showcasing and networking event for the UK low carbon vehicle community (www.cenex-lcv.co.uk); and the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP), today announced that Comedian Robert Llewellyn will once again compere the LCV2015 Networking […]

  • Cenex shortlisted for Telegraph’s 2015 Eco Innovation Award

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    Cenex – a not-for-profit consultancy and government adviser, has been shortlisted for The 2015 Telegraph Cars Awards. Cenex has been nominated in the ‘Eco Innovation Award’ Category, for consistently promoting low carbon vehicles and the associated energy infrastructure. Winners will be announced on 5 June 2015 and the Telegraph is asking readers to vote at […]