Cenex has announced it will once again be delivering ‘The Low Carbon Transport Zone’ in conjunction with the Energy Managers Association at this year’s Energy Management Exhibition. EMEX is the meeting place for the energy supply chain and takes place on 11 – 12 November at ExCel in London.
As a supporting partner of EMEX, Cenex will be managing ‘The Low Carbon Transport Zone’ for a second year. It will feature manufacturers, vehicle providers and service support, highlighting to attendees that low carbon vehicle alternatives are real and relevant. Cenex will be showcasing its Van Cost and Carbon Calculator (VC3) and advising attendees on the vehicle and fleet implications of the new EU legislative requirement – the Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme. They will also be hosting a Low Carbon Vehicle Surgery and will be offering pre-bookable one-to-one meetings where an experienced staff member will be able to answer questions and give advice.
Lord Redesdale, CEO, The Energy Managers Association said, “EMEX is pleased to announce a partnership with Cenex – the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for low carbon technologies. Both, CENEX and organisers of EMEX, have an interest in the shape and performance of energy management industry nationally and regionally, in the quality of low carbon technologies, and in the importance and effectiveness of energy transport audits, so pertinent under the current Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme (ESOS).
We have a joint interest in the ways in which the work of Cenex and the agenda of EMEX highlight and try to correct the knowledge gaps about the management of energy in transport. There is a clear need for there to be information flows and exchanges covering transport and logistics costs and energy use in order to identify and avoid inefficiencies in transport system.”
Robert Evans, CEO of Cenex said, “Transport is fast becoming a focus point for potential energy saving opportunities in the energy management sector. The introduction of the Energy Saving Opportunities Scheme (ESOS) by the UK Government means that the energy consumption associated with the business use of all company and grey fleet vehicles (including all vehicle classes, from cars and light commercial vehicles to heavy good vehicles and motorbikes) falls within ESOS. The partnership between Cenex and EMEX is tackling this head on by providing EMEX’s attendees with a Transport Zone where they will be able to gain understanding of the carbon and financial cost of Transport used in their businesses as part of ESOS; thus increasing business competitiveness and securing cash and carbon savings”.
Please visit www.emexlondon.com for more info and to register for FREE.