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The inaugural LCV-LowCVP Awards networking dinner to be held in Milton Keynes alongside Cenex's Low Carbon Vehicle Event 2014 is booking up fast and is anticipated to be a sell-out event. The evening will feature the announcement of the winners of the LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Awards. The Dinner will be preceded by a drinks reception to be held at the offices of the new Transport Systems Catapult which is adjacent to the event venue.
The Office for Low Emission Vehicles has allocated £5m for ultra-low emission vehicles to be used across 20 Government fleets. This forms part of a revised National Infrastructure Plan, launched by Treasury chief secretary Danny Alexander and transport minister Baroness Kramer and will allow every central government fleet to review its arrangements and consider how greener vehicles can be used.
Over 170 people attended the LowCVP's 2014 Annual Conference which was held on July 15 at BIS Conference Centre, Westminster. The event included speeches from transport minister Baroness Kramer as well as Baroness Verma, a DECC minister and Lord Deben, Chairman of the Committee on Climate Change. The event showcased the launch of the LowCVP's new report: 'Investing in the low carbon journey'.