Electric Vehicles: Revolution or Red Herring? – You Decide…
Mallory Park Circuit, Leicestershire,
Cenex will be presenting and exhibiting at DeMontford University's Electric Vehicle Demo Day at Mallory Park. The event will allow students and academics to find out whether we are on the brink of a completely new era of transport or whether it’s just a lot of fuss about nothing, as well as addressing the topical skills shortage identified in the Automotive sector.
“Shaping the Agenda” Panel Session
SWM Annual Conference: Sustainability and the West Midlands Combined Authority,
Brendan Connor, Chairman of Cenex, will be present on the expert panel at the Sustainability West Midlands Annual Conference. The annual conference will bring together business and community leaders to take a closer look at the new authority’s priorities and the crucial role of a sustainability agenda in ensuring lasting and inclusive prosperity across the region.
Solar Energy UK
The NEC, Birmingham,
Cenex is a media partner and will be presenting at Solar Energy UK this October. Expected to bring together 200+ exhibitors, 80 speakers and 5,000 attendees from over 75 countries, Solar Energy UK is designed to provide visitors a platform to build new partnerships, discover new technologies, strengthen their businesses through international opportunities and engage with key influencers in the industry. Becky Gough, Research Engineer at Cenex, will be presenting on Vehicle to Grid in the Energy+ session at the event.
HyTEC Dissemination Event – Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles for Cities
Robert Evans, CEO Cenex, and Peter Speers, Principal Technical Specialist at Cenex, will be attending the HyTEC dissemination event. Cenex, project partner for HyTEC, collected and analysed vehicle and station data for the project.This is the final dissemination event of the Hydrogen Transport in European Cities (HyTEC) project. HyTEC partners will reflect on the achievements of this four year initiative, which include the deployment and operation of hydrogen fuel cell vehicles and fuelling infrastructure in three European locations: Copenhagen, London and Oslo.
Sustainable Road Transport in European Cities
ClimateKIC PhD Summer School ,
Chris Walsh, Head of Technical Support and Consultancy, at Cenex presents at the Climate KIC event with a focus on discussing “Greener Valencia: towards zero emissions and a more efficient, liveable, connected, sustainable and innovative city”.
European Green Vehicle Initiative Brokerage Event
Transport Systems Catapult, Milton Keynes,
Luke Redfern, Commercial Partnerships Manager at Cenex, delivered a pitch on why Cenex would make the perfect partner in a European Green Vehicles Initiative bid. The event was organised by the KTN.
Does the Case for Vehicle to Grid Stack up?
Cenex-LCV, Millbrook Proving Ground,
Becky Gough, Research Engineer at Cenex, presents an introduction to V2G as well as updates from the Ebbs and Flows of Energy Sytems programme and the V2G Feasibility Analysis Environment project.
Low Carbon Vehicle Event 2015 – LCV2015
The 8th annual LCV event run by Cenex. This year will incorporate technology exhibition, extensive seminar programme, facilitated networking opportunities with UK and overseas delegates and ride & drive of the latest low carbon technology vehicles. New features for 2015 include a Technology Showcase, Presentation Zone, Vehicle Showcase, increased indoor/outdoor stands and enhanced opportunities to network with international delegates and companies. For more information visit www.cenex-lcv.co.uk
Preview of H2020 Transport Work Programme Priorities
ICC in Birmingham,
Luke Redfern, Commercial Partnerships Manager at Cenex, delivered a pitch on why Cenex would make the perfect partner in a Horizon 2020 bid. The event was organised by the KTN.
Delivering the Low Carbon Transition: Vehicles, fleets and mobility
Cenex is delighted to offer you the opportunity to participate in a three day residential short course focusing on low carbon vehicles and fleet carbon reductions. The course is supported by the European Union’s Climate Knowledge Innovation Community and is being delivered by Cenex and Valencia University. The course is open to all suitable professionals from across the EU. The short course includes seminars and workshops on policy, technology, infrastructure and funding as well as a practical low carbon test drive experience with vehicles from Tesla, Nissan, Mitsubishi, Toyota plus many more and a chance to visit the Formula E HQ. Only 30 places are available at a cost of 400 Euro full board, financial assistance can also be provided if required.