Cenex has announced the schedule forits LCV event next month.
The organisation says more than 50 of the low carbon vehicle industry’s leading personalities will take the stand during the seminar programme at LCV2012, from September 5-6 at Millbrook Proving Ground
LCV2012 delegates will be able to attend seminars, split into three parallel sessions, covering a wide range of topics from technology innovation and energy infrastructures through to fleet management and Government policy. The seminars take place across both days of the event.
Mark Prisk, Minister for Industry, has been invited to kick-off the seminar programme on September 5, along with Professor Dame Julia King. Professor King will give delegates an update on her review of low carbon cars, five years after it was first published. The independent review examined the vehicle and fuel technologies which could help the UK meet the challenge of decarbonising road transport.
On day two of the event, the Automotive Council, chaired by Richard Parry-Jones, and representatives of its technology working groups, including Jaguar Land Rover, Lotus, Axeon, Ricardo and Cambridge University, will outline the work of the Automotive Council.