27 April 2019
What Ultra-Low Emission Vans and Trucks are available now, and what new vehicles are coming soon? What’s the business case for transitioning to a ULEV fleet? To discover the answers to these questions, register for the Nottingham ULEV Experience ‘ULEV Vans, Trucks and Lorries’ event taking place from 9.00am – 11.30am Wednesday 15th May 2019 at Trent Vineyard, Nottingham. Register here
This event considers Ultra-Low Emission Vehicle (ULEV) Vans, Trucks and Lorries currently and soon to be available, infrastructure investments, case studies and the business case for transitioning to a ULEV fleet.
Many organisations are now considering the business case for transitioning their vehicle fleet from petrol or diesel to electric or other types of ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEVs).
At this workshop presentations will cover:
• An overview of ultra-low emission fleet vehicle technologies.
• Vans, trucks and lorries – a comprehensive briefing on vehicles currently available and the new models soon to be launched.
• The business case for making the switch – total cost of ownership modelling, real-world performance, leasing, energy and maintenance costs.
• Installing charging infrastructure at fleet depots.
• Details of £25k infrastructure grants, vehicle loans and free ‘Fleet Reviews’ available to Nottingham businesses.
• The future role of range-extended vehicles in Ultra Low Emission and Clean Air Zones.
• A networking opportunity with the chance to discuss your businesses requirements with experts.
Business Case Studies
ULEV Fleet Case study presentations:
• Royal Mail -Transitioning a vehicle fleet to ULEVs
• UPS – Urban logistics ULEV case study (TBC)
• Gnewt Cargo case study – UK’s largest all electric van fleet plus details of ULEV Fleet Hub Consortium.
Fully-funded places are available to any businesses based in Nottingham. A limited number of places are available to organisations based outside the city.
The event will take place at Trent Vineyard Conference Centre, Lenton Lane, Nottingham. Breakfast refreshments will be provided.
How to register
This event is free to attend. However places are extremely limited so please only register if you are sure you will be able to attend.