7th and 8th September 2022, UTAC, Millbrook
Cenex-LCV incorporates four key features: Technology exhibition split over three halls; Extensive seminar programme; Facilitated networking; Ride & drive of the latest research & development and commercially available vehicles.
LCV is run by Cenex, the UK’s first centre of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies with assistance from Supporting Partners including the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, the Centre for Connected and Autonomous Vehicles, the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles, the Department for International Trade, the Advanced Propulsion Centre, the Automotive Council, Innovate UK, Zemo Partnership, Zenzic, the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders, and Connected Places Catapult.
Cenex prides itself on ensuring the decision makers of the UK industry attend the event with all major stakeholders, key manufacturers, supply chain representatives and government officials from the UK present.
17th November 2022, Birmingham Conference & Events Centre (BCEC), Birmingham
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. Transport + Energy was created for exactly this purpose: to unite the sectors with the common goal of decarbonisation.
The idea behind the inaugural Transport + Energy Forum is to unite professionals to help accelerate this transition. A key focus for the event is ‘Taking action to decarbonise now’.
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. We have less than 1,000 days to move the needle on climate change, encourage electric vehicle (EV) adoption and greener energy solutions. The time for action is 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, automotive manufacturers, local authorities, customer groups, plus other stakeholders tasked with the job of fully decarbonising our transport and energy systems.
The event 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; breakout discussions; and much more.