A range of high profile speakers at the Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) annual conference will discuss what the most effective ways are to motivate consumers and fleets to change their choices for the better.
Progress to a zero-emission transport future depends not just on the availability of the right vehicles and fuels, but also on the willingness and enthusiasm of consumers and fleet buyers to adopt them, says the LowCVP.
Increasing their appetite for change through supportive policies, effective marketing and other actions will help determine the rate of progress, but the conference on July 12 will ask is this enough?
Speakers include, transport minister Jesse Norman, Greg Archer, director for clean vehicles at Transport and Environment, Andy Eastlake, managing director of the LowCVP, Dr Bob Moran, head of environment strategy at the Department for Transport, and Martin Reeves, head of sales at Lombard Vehicle Solutions.
The conference on July 12 will be held at One Birdcage Walk, London. For further details and to reserve your place, click here.