Priorities for reducing emissions across UK transport - innovation, transition, and next steps for the Transport Decarbonisation Plan

Morning, Thursday, 4th June 2020

Full-scale policy conference taking place online

with
Bob Moran, Deputy Director, Head of Environment Strategy, DfT
Dr Danielle Densley Tingley, Senior Lecturer, Architectural Engineering, University of Sheffield

and
Greg Archer, Transport & Environment; Nicholas Brown, Lloyd's Register; Kevin Chown, Chief Operating Officer, Kew Technology; Celine Cluzel, Element Energy; Martin Frobisher, Network Rail; Chris Jackson, Burges Salmon; Liam Lidstone, Energy Systems Catapult; Amanda Lyne, ULEMCO; Steve Sapsford, IMechE; Paul Stein, Rolls-Royce; Peter Stephens, Nissan and a senior speaker confirmed from Kew Technology.

Chaired by:
Simon Jupp MP
Ruth Cadbury MP
, Chair, All-Party Parliamentary Group for Women in Transport

The agenda:

  • Assessing the impact of the transport sector on climate change and the challenge of decarbonising;
  • Priorities for reducing transport emissions - improving efficiency, changing user behaviour, and support for innovation;
  • Delivering the infrastructure to support new modes of transport and meeting future electricity demands;
  • Promoting the shift to low carbon vehicles - biofuels, hydrogen and the transition from fossil fuels; and
  • Next steps for the Transport Decarbonisation Plan.

Book Online | Live Agenda

  • · full, four-hour programme including comfort breaks - you’ll also get a full recording to refer back to
  • · information-rich discussion involving key policymakers and stakeholders
  • · conference materials provided in advance, including speaker biographies
  • · speakers presenting via webcam, accompanied by slides if they wish, using the Cisco WebEx professional online conference platform (easy for delegates - we’ll provide full details)
  • · opportunities for live delegate questions and comments with all speakers
  • · a recording of the addresses, all slides cleared by speakers, and further materials, is made available to all delegates afterwards as a permanent record of the proceedings
  • · delegates are able to add their own written comments and articles following the conference, to be distributed to all attendees and more widely
  • · networking too - there will be opportunities for delegates to e-meet and interact - we’ll tell you how!

Full information and guidance on how to take part will be sent to delegates before the conference

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