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Transport for London (TfL) and the Energy Saving Trust (EST) have launched a new initiative inviting business fleets to help them map out locations for a plug-in van and light duty vehicle rapid charging network in London.
The LowCVP will be exhibiting at LCV2014, the UK's largest low carbon automotive trade event on 10th and 11th September at Millbrook Proving Ground. The LowCVP is co-hosting a dinner - featuring the LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Awards and will be involved in several other seminars and activities. Moreover, prospective members interested in joining the LowCVP will be able to benefit from a 20% discount on membership fees by registering to join at the LowCVP stand at the Show.
The LowCVP is happy to be supporting the Sustainability Hub's 2014 events at the three leading party conferences. The Sustainability Hub provides a platform for groups collaborating to engage directly with key political contacts and influential stakeholders on climate change and sustainable economic development at the party conferences and in other settings.
According to the UN Environment Programme (UNEP), China is considering committing as much as US$16 billion in funding for electric vehicle (EV) charging facilities in a bid to boost demand for EVs. The Chinese Government has adopted a number of recent initiatives designed to boost EV uptake.