This Conference considered measures to improve air quality including the introduction of future Clean Air Zones and measures being taken to promote the adoption of ultra-low emission vehicles in UK towns and cities. Issues covered include: –
- Air quality and why actions is needed.
- Clean Air Zones (CAZs) – an update on emerging local authority CAZ models.
- An overview of vehicles and technologies able to improve air quality through emission reduction including future vehicle availability and retro fit solutions.
- City case studies- practical measures being taken to promote the transition to ultra-low emission vehicles.
- Client Earth –Why air quality needs to be acted upon?
- Emissions Analytics – The real emission from vehicles.
- Energy Saving Trust –the London Ultra Low Emission Zone and progress towards Clean Air Zones outside London– progress, options and implications
- Nottingham City Council – approach to developing a Clean Air Zone
- ITP – Leicester’s approach to improving air quality
- Cenex – Vehicles and technologies available to support CAZ cities including vehicle availability going forward and retro fit solutions
- Southampton City Council- Developing a City-wide package of support measures to drive ULEV uptake
- Nottingham City Council: – Supporting fleet change and additional innovations to support ULEV uptake
- Milton Keynes, EV Experience Centre – lessons learnt case study
- Cenex – ULEV Public engagement programmes.