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Accelerating Transport to Zero Emissions
A webinar looking at the importance of developing an "EV culture" to effectively manage a fleet of EV buses
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National Express layout how they are meeting the AQ challenge in the West Midlands.
EV Consult present their three layered model approach for the successful rollout of EV buses in the Nertherlands.
Volvo share experiences of their pantograph mobile charger trials across the UK and the first fully installed pantograph OppCharge project in Harrogate.
Metrolline detail their experience with double deck electric buses in London.
BHX detail their plan for transitioning their ground fleet to zero emission as well as supporting electification of through traffic.
Transport for West Midlands present their future zero emission vision for bus opeartions
LowCVP present an update on ULEB scheme and CVRAS
Peter Harris, UPS gives a fleet operator's perspective on adopting EVs.
Paul Barnfather from EA Technology and the capacity of the low voltage network and how it can be managed to support the uptake of EVs.
Ian Cameron, from UK Power Networks, and the lessons learnt about smart charging from UKPN's Smart CAR project.
Neville Jackson, representing the Automotive Council, on EV battery range-charging strategies
Rebecca Sweeney, from the Energy Technologies Institute on the future EV demand and the energy system.
Andy Burgess, Ofgem on the regulatory framework of the energy system and it's role in protecting the consumer.
Natasha Robinson, Head of OLEV, on the Road to Zero Strategy and the implications it has for the energy system.
Presentation by LowCVP Chairman Darran Messem given at Battery Technology Show, Excel, London.
University of Birmingham present their procurement policy of ULEVs and EVs along with targets for % of overall fleet being zero emission. [Birmingham Clean Air Roadshow - 11/10/18]
Brakes present results of trial of GTL in HGVs which demonstrate improvement in NOx and PM emissions, but with a reduction of MPG. [Birmingham Clean Air Roadshow - 11/10/18]
EST present the processes behind the Clean Vehicle Retrofit Accreditation Scheme which approves Euro VI equivalent, CAZ compliant, retrofit technologies for NOx reduction for HGVs, Buses, Coaches, RCVs, Taxis and Vans.
Fraikin UK present selection of CAZ compliant commercial vehicles available to rent. [Birmingham Clean Air Roadshow - 11/10/18]
Details on how Tyseley Energy Park is supporting Birmingham's Clean Air Zone by offering a wide range of low carbon fuels. [Birminhgam Clean Air Roadshow - 11/101/8]
Birmingham City Council detail the air quality challenge and how the Clean Air Zone will bring Birmingham within compliance of the roadside NO2 concentration limit. [Birmingham's Clean Air Roadshow - 11/10/18]
Presentation given at LCV2018 event, Millbrook, 12 September 2018, on the day of publication of report by Ricardo, commissioned by the LowCVP
Improving the presentation of vehicle performance, environmental and running cost information during the car buying process. Presentation of a 2018 study led by the LowCVP.
All presentations from the LEB Workshop Cardiff in combined PDF.
A short introduction to Market Trends for BEVs penetrating UK, EU and Chinese Markets. Panel discussion with manufacturers followed.
Brighton and Hove set out their future vision for an entirely zero emission fleet by 2030 as well as how they have achieved Euro 6 emission standards for a third of their fleet.
Reading Buses outline why Biomethane buses were the ideal choice for their fleet and how making buses attractive matters as much, if not more, than the powertrain behind them.
The wide range of strategies being deployed by TfL to reduce emissions from their bus fleet to meet AQ and Greenhouse Gas reduction targets.
How Business Wales is supporting operators develop adn grow their business and quality of service.
A summary of the historic policy development and current funding schemes supporting the uptake of low carbon bus technologies in England, Wales and Scotland.
There is no better time to join our partnership for change. Join us and help shape the future.
For the past 18 years we've played a pivotal role successfully delivering the UK's low emission transport targets.
But the growing climate emergency means low is no longer enough.
Now, embracing a wider range of stakeholders to achieve a zero emissions future is what matters.
Today, we are strengthening our commitment to make change happen faster and accelerate transport to zero emissions.
Now, the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership is relaunching as Zemo Partnership. #fromLowtoZero
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