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Tuesday 27th June 2016
City Hall, The Queen’s Walk, London SE1 2AA
Join us for this not-be-missed highlight of the low carbon transport calendar!
This year, the LowCVP annual conference, supported by the Mayor of London, will take place at City Hall on Tuesday 27 June 2017. The conference will be followed by a drinks reception in ‘London’s Living Room’.
The conference will coincide with the publication of new transport and environment strategies for the capital. It will focus on how city-level policy needs to adapt to tackle the twin challenges of climate change and air pollution in an era of ‘mobility revolution’.
Key themes will include:
- Tackling the twin challenges of air quality and climate change in cities
- Maximising ‘electric miles’ and how the electric revolution provides the UK with industrial opportunity
- Changing technologies: cleaner, low carbon urban vehicles & fuels: buses, taxis and commercial fleets
- Changing practices; efficiencies and innovation – urban mobility of the future
- How the LowCVP is helping to accelerate the mobility revolution in cities
The VIP drinks reception will follow the conference in London’s Living Room (at the top of City Hall).
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For sponsorship and association opportunities around the event, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Confirmed speakers include
- Christophe Arnaud, Managing Director, Bolloré BlueSolutions UK
- Andrew Benfield, Group Director of Transport, Energy Saving Trust
- Dan Byles, Vice President – Head of Corporate Development, Living PlanIT
- Chris Carter, Transport Strategy Manager, Nottingham City Council
- Michael Copson, Hydrogen Business Development Manager, Shell New Energies
- Andy Eastlake, Managing Director, LowCVP
- Richard Gordon, Commercial Director, London Taxi Company
- Claire Haigh, Chief Executive, Greener Journeys
- Peter Harris, Director of Sustainability, UPS
- Mark Harvey, Director, Urban Electrified Van (UEV Transit) Programme, Ford Motor Co Ltd
- Justin Laney, General Manager – Central Transport, John Lewis Partnership
- Lilli Matson, Head of Strategy & Outcome Planning, Transport for London
- Brian Matthews, Head of Transport Innovation, Milton Keynes Council
- Gary McRae, Corporate Fleet Manager, Dundee City Council
- Darran Messem, Chairman, LowCVP
- Trude Rauken, Senior Adviser, Office for Climate and Energy, Department of Environment and Transport, The City of Oslo
- Natasha Robinson, Head of the Office of Low Emission Vehicles
- Shirley Rodrigues, Deputy Mayor for Environment & Energy, London
- Nina Skero, Managing Economist, Centre for Economics and Business Research
- Nina Skorupska, Chief Executive, Renewable Energy Association
- James Thornton, Chief Executive, Client Earth
- Alex Williams, Director of City Planning, Transport for London
HJS Emission Technology GmbH & Co. KG has many years of experience and expertise in the field of automotive exhaust gas after treatment. Approximately 450 skilled employees are engaged in the development, production and marketing of modular systems for reducing pollutant emissions. Our innovative environmental protection technologies can be used either as original equipment or for retrofitting in buses, coaches, passenger cars, commercial vehicles and a wide range of construction equipment applications. HJS specialises in systems for diesel engines especially for reducing the emissions of soot particles (PM) and nitrogen oxides (NOx). All HJS systems meet UK Ultra Low Emission Zone and Clean Air Zone requirements and are certified and approved at Millbrook Proving ground in accordance with authority requirements.
HJS are based in Menden in Central Germany with a dedicated UK support and technical facility operating in Bracknell, Berkshire. We have firmly established relationships with some of the UK’s largest bus operators and we offer them a cost effective way of complying with the Ultra Low Emission Zone (ULEZ) and Clean Air Zones without having to purchase new vehicles.
Vantage Power: Diesel to hybrid retrofit systems for buses
Vantage Power is a fast growing, high tech company based in Greenford, London. The team design and manufacture advanced energy storage systems, telemetry and hybrid drive trains for buses.
Retrofitting existing diesel buses with the Vantage Power B320 advanced hybrid drive train enables local authorities and bus operators to dramatically reduce bus pollution and meet their Clean Air Zone and ULEZ targets for a fraction of the cost of buying new buses.
In service running with the B320 has also shown a 37% – 45% reduction in fuel consumption and engine off time of >50%. The engine off time is highly significant as it is occurring at bus stops and in slow moving traffic, which are typically pollution hotspots.
The Vantage Power solution also comes with a life-time warranty on the battery, the ability to run with zero emissions in selected geofenced areas and inbuilt telemetry and remote diagnostic monitoring which significantly reduces maintenance costs.
The company has won an array of awards including, UKBA Nest Investment in Internet of Things 2016.
The Duke of Edinburgh recently visited Vantage Power to celebrate the introduction of London’s first retrofitted hybrid bus.
For more information about the sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available at the Conference, queries about registration or about the format for the day, please contact Fiona Gardner or James Noble at Connect Communications on 020 7592 9490 or email@example.com.
Date & Time
Date: Tuesday 27 June 2017
Time: 9.30 - 19.00
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City Hall, The Queen's Walk, London SE1 2AA