Low Carbon Britain 2018
One Great George Street, London,
Low Carbon Britain 2018 Developing a Smart, Resilient, Digital Society is a unique conference that will address Great Britain's current carbon reduction position and allow us to hear from those leading and driving the policies and proposals. One of the main focuses of the conference is to discuss how public sector along with towns, villages and cities can reduce their carbon emissions. The current situation will be highlighted and a discussion surrounding how this can be improved and delivered will play an imperative part within the conference.
TRI’s 4th Annual Electric Vehicle Event
Edinburgh Napier University, Craiglockhart Campus,
Robert Evans, CEO at Cenex will be presenting on 'Using research and analysis to inform the business case for EV deployment' Edinburgh Napier University is holding its 4th Annual Electric Vehicle Event on Wednesday 10th October 2018 at our Craiglockhart Campus. Michael Matheson MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure & Connectivity has confirmed that he will give the keynote address and the Scottish Government are sponsoring our event again this year. The themes of the event will be:
- Policy issues & practice
- Energy supply & infrastructure
- Academic research & the User perspective
- Air quality and health
Fleet Live 2018
Cenex staff will be on hand to offer expert advice to fleets on clean air zones, zero emission, electric vehicles and much more. We will be located within the Future Zone, at the Low/Zero Emission Hub. Fleet Live gives decision-makers from fleets of all sizes the chance to speak to experts and peers about how they are preparing for the future of fleet - The changing face of fleet management So, don't miss out - use the register button to find out more and to book your space at Fleet Live.
LEVEL: Ultra Low Emission Vehicle Workshop
Derby County Pride Park Stadium,
Chris Cox - Senior Technical Specialist, will be presenting alongside Neil Horsley at Level on Environmental Policies, Low Emission Vehicle Operation and Installing EV Charging Infrastructure. Many UK Cities are currently considering measures such as Clean Air Zones, which discourage polluting vehicles from entering urban areas, whilst encouraging the adoption of Ultra Low Emission Vehicles (ULEVs). This CPD workshop provides practical advice and industry case studies on all aspects of using ULEVs, including electric vehicles, as part of a vehicle fleet.
GreenFleet Arrive ‘n’ Drive
Chris Cox - Senior Technical Specialist, will be presenting at Green Fleet Arrive 'n' Drive on Environmental Policies, Low Emission Vehicle Operation and Installing EV Charging Infrastructure. The UK’s leading ultra-low emission fleet event is back… And once again we have tailored the content and product availability to reflect the requirements of the current UK fleet sector. Celebrating our 13th year at “The Home of the Arrive’n’Drive” – Rockingham – we are once again delighted to bring you the very latest in ultra-low emission vehicles and technology, all of which is designed to help fleets to “go ultra-low”
Nottingham Electric Vehicle FestEVal
Council House, Old Market Square ,
Luke Redfern, Business Development & Projects Manager from Cenex, will be presenting at Go Ultra Low Nottingham, Electric Vehicle FestEVal. This will be located at Nottingham Council House,Old Market Square and will run from 10.00 to 14:00. Luke will presenting on a Beginner's Guide to Electric Vehicles
Roadmap 11 Conference
Oregon Convention Center, Portland, USA,
Charlotte Thiery, Programme Manager Electric Mobility 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.
Clean and Smart City Conference; Improving Air Quality Through Vehicle Technology Innovation
Horizon Leeds, LS10 1JR,
Clean and Smart City Conference; Improving Air Quality Through Vehicle Technology InnovationsThursday 14th June 2018 Venue: Horizon Leeds, LS10 1JR Time: 09:00 – 16:00 Free to attend The Clean and Smart City Conference, hosted by Cenex, considers the role of ultra-low emission vehicle technology developments in improving air quality in cities together with the emerging landscape of Connected Autonomous Vehicles. The conference is delivered in the following three sessions:- Session 1 – Project ACCRA (Autonomous and Connected vehicles for CleaneR Air) Session 2 – Air Quality Policy and Case Studies Session 3 – Connected Autonomous Vehicles Policy and Case Studies Further information Please contact Neil Horsley firstname.lastname@example.org if you require any further information about the event.
Utility Week Live
Hall 12, NEC Birmingham, B40 1NT,
Luke Redfern, Business Development & Projects Manager from Cenex will be presenting and chairing the seminar session: 'The role of transport in the energy system'. This seminar session will discuss, EVs have reached the tipping point. With all new petrol and diesel vehicles banned from 2040, 50 per cent of cars sold in the UK will be electric vehicles by 2026, government predicts. Against this backdrop of transformational change, how will vehicles be fuelled? How will the market evolve and what innovation, investment and infrastructure will be required to support the development of sustainable transport? This session will explore these challenges, and assess the opportunities EVs create for the management of a smart, flexible energy system.
LEX Autolease – Clean Air Zones Panel Debate
The Orangery, Weston Park, Weston-under-Lizard, Nr Shifnal, Shropshire. TF11 8LE,
Keith Budden, Head of Business Development, from Cenex will be participating in a recorded panel debate on Clean Air Zones with Quentin Wilson. This discussion panel will explore why change is in the air for fleet managers. We will examine how UK environmental legislation, including WLTP, and its tax regime are driving this period of transformation on our roads. We look at how Clean Air Zones are spreading to cities outside of London and that, because only certain vehicles are subject to surcharges as a result of these zones, diesel is far from dead. It’s all about assessing how you use your fleet and its unique fuel requirements. We also review the state of the Green Fleet sector and what choices technology currently offers fleet managers that are looking to reduce costs and their environmental impact, while keeping their drivers safe.