Cenex - Connected Automated Mobility Event
New for 2019 at Cenex-LCV
Our Team help clients understand low emission vehicle technologies, including the latest innovations, for all vehicle categories.
Cenex has sector leading expertise in ‘real world’ performance analysis for low carbon vehicles including electric, hybrid, gas and hydrogen vehicles.
Cenex's team of industry experts operate in four key areas:
Cenex has an established track record of undertaking demonstration projects and research and development into the market dynamics for low carbon transport.
Cenex helps clients both develop and manage a diverse range of low carbon vehicle projects.
Cenex undertakes a wide range of consultancy for clients from Due Diligence to Fleet Carbon Reduction.
Cenex organises the UKs largest Low Carbon Vehicle Event incorporating a technology exhibition, extensive seminar programme, ride & drive of the latest vehicles and facilitated networking.
Minister of State for Transport, Rt Hon George Freeman, invited to open both events Cenex will be hosting its 12th annual low carbon vehicle event, Cenex-LCV2019, and its inaugural connected and autonomous vehicle event, Cenex-Connected Automated Mobility (CAM), in just two weeks’ time at Millbrook Proving Ground. Taking place on 4th – 5th September 2019, […]View
Need to audit transport energy usage for HGVs, vans, cars and grey fleet Loughborough, UK – 19 June 2019: With the deadline for Phase 2 of the Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) fast approaching, businesses need to act now to ensure that they include the energy used by all vehicles in their fleet within their […]View
Cenex’s first ever real-world research comparison shows greater potential environmental benefits of switching to two-wheeled electric transport Loughborough, UK – 22 May 2019: Ground-breaking new research from Cenex has found that moving to electric scooters/mopeds from petrol equivalents significantly lowers energy use and emissions. Cenex’s first study of its type, the report shows that electric […]View
First major UK V2G report highlights over £436m of potential annual revenues Cenex today launched a detailed analysis of the costs and opportunities of Vehicle to Grid (V2G) charging of electric vehicles (EVs). The report found that bidirectional V2G charging, which sees vehicles provide energy from their batteries to the grid when plugged in, delivers […]View
Are you a forward-thinking business that uses Electric Vehicles in London? Are you looking for ways to reduce your energy cost and decrease your carbon footprint? E-Flex, a London-based innovation project, may be just the way to do that and more. Many people already know that Electric Vehicles (EVs) reduce carbon emissions, save money and […]Read More
New Collaborative European Project Kicks off – A Cenex-led project consortium will be working to find ways to address the challenges facing cities related to the introduction of low carbon shared mobility services by bringing together major cities from across Europe. SuSMo (Shared Urban Sustainable Mobility) is an EIT Climate-KIC funded project comprising leading European […]Read More
Completed Energy Audits for Phase 2 of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS) are due to be submitted by the 5th of December 2019 and with fleet and transport operations being included within its scope, it’s not too late to get started. ESOS is a mandatory energy assessment scheme aimed at UK large undertakings, and […]Read More
Cenex, in partnership with DriveElectric, the Energy Saving Trust, RideWise, CleanTech Business and Automotive Comms, is delivering a business support programme dedicated to helping Nottingham businesses understand, trial and implement Ultra-Low Emission Vehicles. The ULEV Experience programme is fully funded by the Nottingham City Council’s Go Ultra Low City project and offers businesses and public […]Read More
4th - 5th September 2019
LCV is run by Cenex, the UK’s first centre of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies with assistance from Supporting Partners including the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, the Office for Low Emission Vehicles, the Department for International Trade, the Advanced Propulsion Centre, the […]Register
4th - 5th September 2019
Building on 3 prior years of exhibition and seminar programme showcasing for Connected Autonomous Vehicle (CAV) technology and projects, 2018 saw Cenex host an extremely successful CAV showcase area in collaboration with Meridian Mobility and Innovate UK, which attracted a high level of engagement throughout the 2-day event. This showcase and the extended seminar sessions […]Register
Cenex-led initiative increases mobility access, providing low-cost, zero emission option to local residents and improving air quality Loughborough, UK – 28 January 2019: The InclusivEV Demonstrator project, a €3.8million pan-European project which aims to widen access to electric vehicles (EVs) through an affordable car sharing scheme, successfully launched its first demonstration site in Solihull, West […]View
International collaboration awarded Innovate UK funding for feasibility study and potential demonstrator in Nottingham and London Loughborough, UK – 9 January 2019: Cenex today announced WiCET (Wireless Charging for Electric Taxis), a ground-breaking project in the field of wireless electric vehicle (EV) charging funded by Innovate UK. WiCET provides a unique opportunity for the UK […]View
RT @EITeu: #EITAwards Nominees looking good here at #INNOVEIT 2018 👌nnTune in at 17:30 for the ceremony and check out their #innovations!…
RT @ULEV_RobA: @CenexLCFC will be manning the @FleetLive Zero Emission Hub next week providing advice on all things #EV and #CAZ @_FleetNews