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Free public sector places at Achieving ‘Road to Zero’ Conference

Local authorities are being offered free places at a forthcoming event that will provide insight on how to achieve ‘Road to Zero’ plans.

The conference is focused on the theme of ‘Simply the best – prioritising fleet safety’

The conference offers insights from leading industry experts on fleet integration, business and community engagement and chargepoint networks

Running on Wednesday 19 June at Derby County Pride Park Stadium, the ‘Achieving Road to Zero – Delivering Local Action Plans Conference’ has been developed jointly by the LEVEL (Low Emission Vehicle Enterprise & Learning) JV and the DfT-funded Local Government Support Programme run by Energy Saving Trust.

The conference will provide insight case studies and best practice on how the public and private sector are working together to achieve solutions for local authorities.

Confirmed presenters:

  • Office for Low Emission Vehicles – ‘A National Policy Perspective’
  • Energy Saving Trust – ‘Best practice for EV fleet adoption and sustainable chargepoint projects’
  • Cenex – ‘ULEV Commercial Vehicles; the options’.
  • Transport for Greater Manchester – ‘Supporting businesses ahead of the Manchester Clean Air Zone’.
  • UK Electric Vehicle & Supply Equipment Association – ‘Future charging technology; future proofing procurement decision’.
  • Nottingham City Council – Case study – ‘Transitioning to a ULEV Fleet’.
  • Kent County Council – ‘Our approach to a county wide chargepoint network, meeting the needs of both urban and rural communities’
  • BP Chargemaster and EO Charging – Implementing chargepoint infrastructure
  • LEVEL – Case Studies – Engaging businesses in ULEV adoption campaigns

Public sector places for this conference are fully funded by the Local Government Support Programme. Private Sector places are charged at £95 (+VAT).

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Natalie Middleton

Natalie has worked as a fleet journalist for 16 years, previously as assistant editor on the former Company Car magazine before joining Fleet World in 2006. Prior to this, she worked on a range of B2B titles, including Insurance Age and Insurance Day. As Business Editor, Natalie ensures the group websites and newsletters are updated with the latest news.

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