Run by Cenex – the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies – the event combines a technology exhibition with a broad B2B focus, a Ride & Drive in a test track environment, networking activities and an extensive seminar programme.
One of the highlights last year included Transport Minister Norman Baker launching the Government’s strategy to drive forward ultra-low emission vehicles.
Robert Evans, CEO of Cenex, said: ‘Every year the LCV Event presents an opportunity for all stakeholders in the sector to gain access to the UK organisations and technologies at the forefront of technology development and deployment. The LCV event helps bring the UK low carbon vehicle community together, enabling discussions and debates on the key issues to occur alongside the technology showcasing, networking and new business development. We are pleased to have so many leading organisations and individuals already committed to supporting this year’s event and additionally welcome more international exhibitors than at any previous LCV event.
'Over the past seven years we have continued to work closely with supporting partners from Government and industry to ensure that the LCV Event remains the "must-attend" event of the year.'
Registration for the two-day event is free of charge and can be completed at: http://www.cenex-lcv.co.uk.