Key stakeholders to speak in must-attend event
Loughborough, UK – 1 September 2015
Cenex – the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies and the organiser of the UK’s largest technology showcasing and networking event for the UK low carbon vehicle community (www.cenex-lcv.co.uk), today announced the seminar programme for Electrical Vehicle Infrastructure-related issues. The seminar sessions will be held during its annual Low Carbon Vehicle Event – LCV2015 – taking place in Millbrook on 9th-10th September 2015.
Set to host more than 2,500 delegates LCV2015 combines both technology showcasing and extensive networking opportunities. The exhibition is the largest event attended by EV charge point providers, with 12 charge point providers attending this year’s event, including two new to the UK in ICU Charging Equipment and LeFon Technologies.
The Electrical Vehicle and Infrastructure-related seminar on the afternoon of the 9th September, will feature a host of prominent speakers including Nick Eraut, Energy Technologies Institute; Denis Naberezhynykh, TRL; Mark Bonnor-Moris, Siemens Traffic Solutions; Paul Borderick, Siemens Energy Management Systems; Dave Roberts, EA Technology and Becky Gough, Cenex.
The EV Infrastructure seminar sessions continue on the 10th September with contributors including Olivier Paturet, Nissan Europe; Ian Thompson, Highways Agency; Dr Martin Petschnig, Hubject Gmbh; Alex Earl, ICU Charging and Martin Hale, ABB.
Keynote speakers on the 10th September include Richard Bruce, Head of OLEV, who will present an update on the Government’s Ultra Low Carbon Vehicle strategy, as well as Prof. Nick Reed, from TRL, who will present on driverless Electric Vehicles.
Delegates can register for free at www.cenex-lcv.co.uk.
The focus on new technologies means the LCV event is a must-attend for those interested in new and emerging opportunities (the next new thing) as well as important issues and key technology, policy and market trends.
The Electrical Distributors Association (EDA) will also be hosting its next Business Forum on the morning of 10th September. Exhibitors at the event will include industry leading charge point providers, mainstream Car companies, e-mobility and low carbon specialists and electrical vehicle suppliers.
Commenting on the seminar programme Robert Evans, CEO of Cenex said, “The LCV seminar programme for Electrical Vehicle and Infrastructure-related issues covers a diverse array of emerging technologies and market opportunities, from charge point infrastructure developments and roll out through to Vehicle-to-Grid, dynamic wireless power transfer and automated electric vehicles.
“The seminars are free to attend and are one of the key reasons to attend LCV2015. Coupled with an impressive range of exhibitors, the event remains the UK’s leading event for electrical contractors and distributors with an interest in electric vehicle infrastructure equipment sales and installation.”
To view the full seminar programme, please visit: http://www.cenex-lcv.co.uk/2015/seminar-programme-lcv2015.asp
To keep up to speed with Cenex’s eighth Low Carbon Vehicle event, LCV2015, visit www.cenex-lcv.co.uk, or follow @LCV_event on Twitter.