Cenex-LCV and Cenex-CAM announce extensive seminar programme
Ahead of the highly anticipated Cenex-LCV and Cenex-CAM event in September (7th & 8th), organisers Cenex have announced an extensive seminar programme with high calibre speakers set to take to the stage.
For the first time since 2019, the seminar programme will bring an international audience together to hear from speakers from government and industry updating on the policy, technology and market developments that are spearheading progress with low carbon vehicles (LCV) and Connected Automated Mobility (CAM).
The seminar programme includes senior speakers from the Advanced Propulsion Centre UK, Automotive Council, BEIS, Bosch, Britishvolt, CCAV, Ford, Innovate UK, Jaguar Land Rover, Leyland Trucks, Nissan, the SMMT, the Welsh Government, Zenzic and many others.
Underpinned by two overriding themes, Low Carbon Vehicle Transition to Net Zero and Automated Connected Electric and Shared Mobility (ACES) Future of Mobility, topics featured in the seminar programme include:
- Debcarbonising Logistics
- Developing Hydrogen Transport Technologies and Markets
- Innovative EV Charging
- Vehicle System Engineering
- CAM Innovation Policy
- Navigating a route to Net Zero; a collective leadership challenge
- UK Battery Deployment – Learnings and what’s next?
- The Electric Drive Train – Opportunities for the UK PEMD Industry
- Two Wheels, Trams and Tractors
- Improving the Customers Experience for EV Charging
- Engineering and Test for Next Generation Connected Automated Vehicles
- EV Charging: Moving from Strategy to Action
- Commercialising CAM: The pathway from trials to deployments
As the UK’s longest established technology showcasing and networking event for the low carbon vehicle community, 2022 will mark the 15th anniversary of Cenex LCV and, while celebrating this significant milestone, the emphasis will be on the dramatic changes ahead.
“We are delighted with the speakers who will be joining us and the topics they will be covering, particularly as we are at such a pivotal point in the journey to reach the 2030 and 2050 targets,” comments Robert Evans, CEO of Cenex. “This year’s seminar programme combines low carbon vehicle, connected automated mobility and energy for transport topics, which focus on the technology, market and policy developments that are driving forward market transformation, as well as the research and industrialisation that will help ensure a competitive motor industry supply chain in the UK.”
Cenex LCV and Cenex CAM will take place on 7th-8th September at UTAC Millbrook, Bedfordshire. To register for the seminar sessions, visit https://www.cenex-lcv.co.uk/seminars