Achieving 'Road to Zero' Delivering Local Action Plans Conference
‘Road to Zero’ sets out a strategy, and policies, on how the UK will ensure all new cars and vans sold are effectively zero emission by 2040. Ultimately, it will fall to Local Authorities, with the help of the private sector, to deliver such strategies and achieve ambitious air quality improvement targets.
This Conference offers insights from leading industry experts on fleet integration, business and community engagement and chargepoint networks, presenting case studies and best practice on how the public and private sector are working together to achieve solutions helping Local Government achieve ‘Road to Zero’.
- 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 - ‘Transitioning to a ULEV Fleet’.
- A County Council- ‘Our approach to a county wide chargepoint network, meeting the needs of both urban and rural communities’
- Automotive Comms- ‘Communications Programmes Successes and Failures’
- A Chamber of Commerce- ‘Role of businesses in achieving Road to Zero’
The Conference has been developed jointly by LEVEL and the DfT funded Local Government Support Programme run by Energy Saving Trust.
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