Cenex hosts successful return to LCV Event in physical format
The annual Cenex-Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) event took place in physical form for the first time in two years at UTAC Millbrook Proving Ground in Bedfordshire. Taking place alongside Connected Automated Mobility (CAM), the combined event welcomed close to 4,000 delegates over the two days as the industry reunited at one of the first in-person automotive technology events post-COVID.
Showcased were two years of technology developments across the exhibition, steering pad and Ride & Drive, while the online platform and seminar programme shared the latest insights into low emission transport.
Zemo Partnership was a partner in the Government Pavilion which demonstrated the full support 'ecosystem' for zero emission automotive innovation.
A highlight of the event was the first speech of new transport minister Trudy Harrison MP, responsible for overseeing the zero emissions transition.
Trudy Harrison said: “These Cenex events are an incredibly important staging post for the industry ahead of COP26, helping us focus our energies and share ideas as we continue to play our part in tackling the greatest challenge of the century.
"Working together we can not only create communities free from pollution, but develop a world leading electric vehicle supply chain here in the UK that will create thousands of jobs over the next decade.”
Note: The online LCV platform will remain open for a month. You can catch-up or re-watch the exclusive online seminar sessions, as well as interviews, video content, event photos and more from the physical event until October 22nd.
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