7-8 October 2019

Coventry, United Kingdom

8 October 2019

Coventry, United Kingdom

Clearing the air: the role of electric vehicles

A practical event for anyone working to reduce emissions and prepare for the uptake of electric vehicles

8 October at The Slate, Warwick Conferences

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Local authorities are under pressure to reduce emissions and improve air quality, find out how electric vehicles can help form part of the solution.

The Public Sector Stage will be hosted by Dr Colin Herron CBE and Zero Carbon Futures and is designed for local authorities and public bodies to gain practical insight into the ways to develop an EV strategy. Get ideas, gain a better understanding of the EV world and take away some actionable points.

The day will touch on some of the myths, misconceptions and hype surrounding electric vehicles and help delegates to pave the way to make informed decisions on the way forward to help clean up transport in their areas.

Why attend

Public sector focussed

The first EV conference specifically designed for local authorities and public bodies to provide a realistic and practical view on the measures that can work for towns and cities.

Practical advice and actionable ideas

Get ideas, gain a better understanding of the EV world and leave having gained practical advice and actionable ideas.

Make connections

Make connections with like minded practitioners who have lived and breathed EV policy and measures over the last 10 years. 

The Public Sector stage is a specialist stage hosted as part of the wider automotiveEV conference. 

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Special price of just £95 to Public Sector
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Featured speakers

Dominic Phinn, ClientEarth, Colin Herron, Zero Carbon Futures, Liz Gray, Co-wheels, Daniel Hayes, Low CVP, Kim Farrage, North East Regional Transport Team, Graeme Cooper, National Grid, Josey Wardle, Zero Carbon Futures, Fraser Crichton, Dundee Council, Ted Foster, Milton Keynes EV Experience Centre, Mark Daly, Nottingham Council, Mike Potter, Drive Electric, Sarah Hassenpflug, Oxford City Council

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Zero Carbon Futures has been supporting local and regional authorities to prepare for the introduction of electric vehicles for the last ten years. Most recently the team has been advising Transport for London on the development of their electric vehicle infrastructure delivery plan. The team has also worked with names such as Transport for Greater Manchester, Staffordshire Council, Cardiff Council and Milton Keynes.