LCV11 to discuss how Britain can become low-carbon leader
Cenex, a government established agency, is hosting its annual Low Carbon Vehicle event at Rockingham Motor Speedway on the 7th and 8th of September, planning to discuss how the UK can move towards more sustainable transport and maintain its position as an innovator in sustainable motoring.
With attractions including a ride and drive, exhibiltion and conference, LCV11 is expected to attract 175 exhibitors and 2,000 delegates, including motor industry, infrastructure suppliers and fleet operators. Conference sessions will cover sustainable growth and the supply chain and the uptake of low carbon vehicles, including the associated infrastructure, with breakout sessions to discuss how to progress.
Cenex chairman, Brendan Connor, said: ‘This year’s theme of “moving towards sustainable growth” emphasises the continuing need for collaboration between government, the motor industry and infrastructure suppliers to realise the economic and employment growth opportunities offered by the shift to low carbon vehicles.
‘The UK’s leadership and innovation in the development, deployment and adoption of low carbon vehicles and the supporting infrastructure is attracting interest from across the world and is generating increasing export opportunities for UK technology providers.’