There’s still time to register for the inaugural Transport + Energy Forum – an event which will bring together key stakeholder groups to discuss the actions that need to be taken to reach net zero.
With more than two-thirds of emissions from energy production, and a third of all emissions from transport, decarbonising these two sectors will lead the net zero agenda across the world.
The idea behind the inaugural Transport + Energy Forum event, which is taking place on 17th November at the Birmingham Conference & Events Centre, is to unite professionals from both industries to help accelerate this transition.
Focusing on what and how, the Forum event will set out the breadth of the challenge faced with a real focus on actionable solutions that can be taken now.
This exclusive event will connect transport and energy leaders with policymakers, industry groups, NGOs, the supply chain, networks, regulators, the highways sector, tech disruptors, local authorities, customer groups, plus other stakeholders tasked with the job of fully decarbonising our transport and energy systems.
Local authorities are being provided with fully funded places, including meals and accommodation.
The Forum will include high-level keynote speeches about how governments and businesses can accelerate the transition to clean transport and energy. It will also include interactive panel debates focused on the key challenges and solutions; educational presentations; and much more.
Several high-profile speakers will be attending the Forum, including Katie Black, Joint Head of the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV); motoring broadcaster and transport campaigner Quentin Willson; Graeme Cooper, Head of Future Markets at National Grid; plus many more.