Roadmap 11 Conference 2018
Oregon Convention Center, Portland, USA
Charlotte Thiery, Electric Mobility Program Manager from Cenex will join the Roadmap 11 afternoon panel session on Equity Project with Impact to speak about and answer any questions you may have about the InclusivEV car sharing scheme. Presented by Forth, the Roadmap Conference is the leading electric and smart mobility conference in the United States. Held each summer in the Pacific Northwest, Roadmap continues to be the premier forum to explore emerging industry trends and best practices with a diverse mix of industry, utility, and government leaders.
LoCITY Fuels in Action Roadshow 2018
Kempton Park Racecourse, Sunbury-on-Thames
Steve Carroll, Head of Transport from Cenex will be on hand in an afternoon panel session to speak about and answer any questions you may have about new technology we have been recently been developing for LoCITY.LoCITY hosts its largest free-to-attend roadshow event to date, which will focus on a wide range of alternative fuels available today for the freight sector. This latest roadshow on 20th March will cover electric, gas, hydrogen, biodiesel, drop-in fuels, KERS and emerging retrofit technology.
Ecobuild 2018 2018
Keith Budden, Head of Business Development at Cenex will present at Ecobuild 2018 within the seminar - Integrating electric vehicles into the built environment"In an attempt to tackle rising fears around poor air quality, the government recently announced a ban on all new petrol and diesel vehicles from 2040. To replace these vehicles, the government is keen to boost the uptake of electric vehicles, and future Government and industry projections estimate 50% of cars sold in the UK will be electric vehicles by 2026. With this in mind, how will the market develop, what will be the role of the built environment, what are the challenges of implementing the infrastructure and charging points, how will the vehicles be charged and powered, and what are the implications, challenges and opportunities for integrating EVs into the built environment at varying scales?"Keith's presentation will concentrate on: Integrating EVs into the built environment at scale - what are the opportunities?
Electrical Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Conference 2018 2018
Pride Park Stadium, Derby, DE24 8XL
Luke Redfern, Business Development and Project Manager at Cenex, will be presenting alongside Neil Horsley at Level on Procurement resources and training support materials.At this conference Industry and local authority presenters will give insights and practical advice as to how they have delivered public access EV charge point networks in Cities and towns and at retail locations. It will highlight the shift towards the adoption of electric vehicles is dependent on providing the public with access to an effective infrastructure of charge points across the UK.
APSE Energy Event – Low Emission Vehicles, Charging and Infrastructure 2018
Council Chamber, The Corby Cube, George Street, Corby, Northants, NN17 1QG
Luke Redfern, Business Development and Projects Manager at Cenex, will be speaking at APSE Energy's event - Low Emission Vehicles, Charging and Infrastructure.This event is an ideal opportunity to understand the context and the technology, hear from experienced councils who are early movers in this agenda and to think about the regional role that local authorities and other public service providers can have.Luke will be talking all things low carbon for vehicles and infrastructure.
National Air Quality Conference 2017
The Crystal, One Siemens Brothers Way, Royal Victoria Docks, London E16 1GB
Steve Carroll, Head of Transport at Cenex, will present on Cleaner Air Initiatives, providing an overview of Cenex activities working with cities to implement cleaner air initiatives at the National Air Quality Conference.
Delivering V2G Today – The Ebbs and Flows of Energy Systems Project 2017
Manchester Science Partnerships Citylabs 1.0, M13 9NQ
With the rise of electric vehicles and shifts in policy priorites, energy and transport systems are becoming increasingly interlinked. One emerging technology that could unlock numerous opportunities for both systems, is vehicle-to-grid (V2G) technology. This refers to the ability to return electricity back from the vehicle and into the source of the electricity, via a two-direction chargepoint.Ebbs and Flows of Energy Systems is a 3-year research and development project that explores the technical, social, interoperability and market barriers of V2G in the UK. Through the project, three key pieces of technology have been developed; the Virtual Power Plant, the V2G unit and the V2G Gateway. For more detail, view the project on Cenex's website.As the project draws to a close, this free event will demonstrate and celebrate the project's three technologies to a wide audience of industry stakeholders, policymakers, potential users and other interested parties. This offers a great opportunity to get to know how V2G has developed and what the future could hold for it in the UK.
APSE- Energy 2017
Civic Offices, Swansea
Luke Redfern, Business Development and Projects Manager at Cenex, will be presenting on the Low Carbon Vehicle landscape and related infrastructure at the APSE Energy- Low Emission Vehicles, Charging and Infrastructure - A Regional Approach event. This event is an ideal opportunity to understand the context, look at the technology and think about the regional role that local authorities and other public service providers have.
Electric Vehicle Charging Point Infrastructure Conference 2017
Nottingham Conference Centre
The UK’s transition towards the adoption of electric vehicles is dependent on the development of an effective EV charging network. At this conference industry and local authority speakers will showcase practical solutions to delivering EV charging point infrastructure across the UK. Adrian Vinsome, Head of Energy Systems, will be speaking in the Conference. The delegate fee is £57.56 +VAT and includes presentation content, free access to the CPD E-learning training programme, lunch/refreshments and discounted parking/public transportation.The LEVEL (Low Emission Vehicle Enterprise and Learning) project delivers training courses, skills workshops, business networking events, master classes and conferences on a wide range of cross-cutting low emission vehicle topics. LEVEL is a collaboration between Derby City Council, Nottingham City Council, Cenex and CleanTech Business Ltd and receives funding via the Nottingham Go Ultra Low Programme.
Solar & Storage Live 2017 2017
NEC, Birmingham, UK
Solar and energy professionals will discover the latest about how solar, energy storage and energy management connect, providing cost effective, low carbon solutions to the benefit of commercial and residential end-users.Dr. Sikai Huang - Technical Specialist at Cenex – will be attending Solar & Storage LIVE where he will speak about the benefits of combining solar generation with vehicle to Grid technology. Sikai will cover charging technologies, charging infrastructure, the strategy to installation and battery modelling. Sikai has in-depth experience on conducting technical and economic feasibility studies related to the utilisation of electric vehicles, as well as the consequent effect on energy demand. He also explores the possibility of utilising EVs as a measure to manage peak-demand in the national grid, and the effect of integration with renewable power sources, such as PV and wind. The full title of Sikai’s presentation is “Maximising the benefit of solar generation using electric vehicle as distributed energy source via vehicle-to-grid technology”.