Low Carbon Transport

  • Low Carbon Transport

    All-Energy plays host to the largest UK gathering of the low carbon transport community – including national and international senior professionals, developers, utilities, engineers, politicians and investors eager to explore opportunities and take advantage of what the market has to offer.

    New for 2017, All-Energy will feature a Low Carbon Transport Infrastructure Zone and Low Carbon Transport Demonstration Area. This zone will include electric vehicles, biofuels, fuel cells and transport infrastructure.

    With greenhouse gas emissions from transport representing 21% of total UK domestic emissions, decarbonising transport is a major challenge for the UK. Decarbonising transport now to help drive down air-polluting emissions is imperative to combat climate change and meet carbon reduction targets.

    Exhibitors for 2017 include: Schneider Electric, TNEI and Energy Dundee.

  • Visitors

    Who will you meet from the low carbon transport community?

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    Take a look at the low carbon transport exhibitors you could meet.

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    Increase your low carbon transport knowledge with our dedicated conference sessions.

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  • Key Statistics

    All-Energy is THE meeting place for decision makers

    • 25 exhibiting companies in the Low Carbon Transport Trail
    • Hours of dedicated conference content
    • The Low Carbon Transport Zone featured static vehicles and visitors were given the opportunity to be driven in some of the products on display
    • Arrive & Drive showcased automotives adopting the latest in green vehicle technology. Car manufacturers on show included BMW and Kia from Park’s Motor Group
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