The publisher and editor of transportandenergy.com was the featured guest on ITT Hub’s latest Talking Net Zero podcast.
Alec Peachey was invited to speak about the brand and highlighted the importance of both sectors working together.
ITT Hub’s exclusive agenda-setting podcasts take listeners straight to the heart of what’s happening in the industry today, and the developments you can expect in the medium and long term.
In a series of candid interviews, the leading ‘movers and shakers’ who are at the forefront of innovation and technology in transport get under the skin of the latest trends and developments.
“There used to be a siloed mentality with transport and energy, which was understandable as they didn’t need to have a link,” Alec tells host Sara Sloman.
“Now, they have to work together. While it’s about issues such as electricity grid capacity and EVs, there’s also other forms of energy that have new or stronger links with transport.”
Sara chats with Alec about his “wonderful way of whipping up a conversation,” why local authorities are key in the chain and the importance of local councillors in driving change.
Alec also tell listeners about the “importance of delivering change together” and highlights how both sectors can help him by subscribing to the weekly newsletter, and sending him news and content relating to the good work taking place in transport and energy.
Designed specifically to unite professionals across the sectors, Transport + Energy provides business-critical information and services to help accelerate decarbonisation.
Listen to Alec’s chat with Sara below or visit https://www.itthub.net/podcasts/talking-net-zero-episode-13-alec-peachey/
Innovation & Technology in Transport – ITT Hub event – is taking place at Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre from 30 June to 1 July. REGISTER HERE.
Transportandenergy.com will be exhibiting at this year’s event – come and find us on Stand A16. If you’d like to arrange a discussion with us at the event get in touch with Alec Peachey at firstname.lastname@example.org