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Transport Secretary confirmed as keynote speaker at LowCVP Conference

Transport secretary Justine Greening has been confirmed as the keynote speaker at the LowCVP's 2012 Annual Conference which will be held on May 10 at ExCel, London Docklands.

Delegates at the event will have the opportunity to network with government officials, leading industry, business and NGO representatives, and will also receive VIP entry to EcoVelocity, the green motor show.

This year's conference will feature sessions on the latest state of climate politics; implications of the UK Government's Carbon Plan targets; industry viewpoints; test-cycle versus 'real world' emissions; low carbon freight; low carbon fleets and low carbon fuels.

The 2012 LowCVP Annual Conference is sponsored by Michelin. Delegates at the LowCVP Conference 2012 will have the opportunity to visit EcoVelocity 2012 which will showcase the latest in cutting edge technology from the world's leading car manufacturers as well as providing the opportuniy for test drives of the newest low carbon and electric vehicles.

EcoVelocity itself takes place alongside the Grand Designs exhibition to which LowCVP delegates will also have free access.

The conference will feature sessions on low carbon fleet management, freight, fuels and the perceived discrepancy between 'real world' and test-cycle emissions.

These parallel sessions are organised in partnership with the British Vehicle Rental and Leasing Association (BVRLA), Road Haulage Association (RHA), and the Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE).
 

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