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Air Quality, Clean Air Zones and Ultra Low Emission Vehicle Innovations
Thursday 17th May 2018 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
This Conference will consider measures to improve air quality including the introduction of future Clean Air Zones and measures being taken to promote the adoption of ultra-low emission vehicles in UK towns and cities
Issues covered include: –
- Air quality and why actions is needed.
- Clean Air Zones (CAZs) – an update on emerging local authority CAZ models.
- An overview of vehicles and technologies able to improve air quality through emission reduction including future vehicle availability and retro fit solutions.
- City case studies – practical measures being taken to promote the transition to ultra-low emission vehicles.
- Client Earth – Why air quality needs to be acted upon?
- Emissions Analytics – The real emission from vehicles.
- Cambustion – The challenges of measuring “Real Driving Emissions” and their impact on local air quality.
- Energy Saving Trust – the London Ultra Low Emission Zone and steps towards Clean Air Zones outside London – progress, options and implications
- Nottingham City Council – approach to developing a Clean Air Zone
- ITP – Leicester’s approach to improving air quality
- Cenex – Vehicles and technologies available to support CAZ cities including vehicle availability going forward and retro fit solutions
- Southampton City Council – Developing a City-wide package of support measures to drive ULEV uptake
- Nottingham City Council: – EV bus, taxi, fleet measures and additional innovations to support ULEV uptake
- Milton Keynes, EV Experience Centre – lessons learnt case study
- Cenex – ULEV Public engagement programmes
The delegate fee includes: –
- Presentation content
- Lunch, drinks and refreshments.
- Free parking
- Free access to a CPD e-learning programme developed by LEVEL.
Exhibition tables and sponsorship packages available. For further information, contact Neil Horsley- firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pride Park Stadium is well situated for access to the national rail network with Derby station just a 10-minute walk away, while the A50, A52, A38 and the M1 motorway are also nearby for visitors travelling by car. East Midlands Airport is only around 20 minutes away from the Pride Park Stadium by car for international visitors.
Please note that the last five events have all ‘sold out’. Please don’t make any travel arrangements or book hotel accommodation until you have registered for the event.