Partners showcase support for low carbon vehicles at major event

Innovate UK

September 1
10:30 2016

Major UK organisations supporting the development of low carbon vehicle technologies will join forces to showcase their support at the UK Pavilion at this years Cenex-LCV event.

Cenex-LCV 2016 takes place at Millbrook Proving Ground, near Bedford, on 14 and 15 September 2016. It is the UKs leading low carbon vehicle event and features a technology exhibition, seminars and opportunities to drive the latest low carbon and ultra-low emission vehicles.

All the major motor industry manufacturers and players will be at the event, which is expected to attract 3,000 delegates.

The UK Pavilion will feature the UK public funding organisations supporting development of low carbon vehicles including:

ride and drive cenex-lcv 2015
The ride and drive is a popular feature of the Cenex-LCV event.

UK is recognised globally for its innovation support

Simon Edmonds, Innovate UKs director for manufacturing and materials, said:

The UK has a globally recognised innovation ecosystem in the automotive sector, and Innovate UK plays a key part, working with our partners to support innovation and boost growth.

This years UK Pavilion at LCV 2016 is a manifestation of this strong joint strategic partnership. The Innovate UK team looks forward to meeting companies and innovators at LCV and discussing how we might support them to innovate and grow.

The Transport Systems Catapult will also be among exhibitors, and there will be a materials innovation showcase hosted by the Knowledge Transfer Network.

The APC will also host a half-day workshop on 14 September where key figures from the funding bodies will discuss the opportunities and challenges facing the industry.

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