ANNOUNCEMENT: In relation to the COVID-19 Pandemic, we have consulted with the venue, speakers and government, and have taken the decision to postpone the event until 18th June. Click here for further information.
The Road to Zero Strategy outlines how the government will support the transition to zero emission road transport and reduce emissions from conventional vehicles during the transition. The strategy is long term in scope and ambition, considering the drivers of change, opportunities and risks out to 2050 and beyond. Its focus, however, is on what the UK will do now to lay the foundations for the transition.
GREENFLEET has led the way, over the last six years, in terms of assisting the UK Government in reaching out to the fleet sector, engaging and instigating change. Many local authorities, NHS organisations, government departments and the private sector have begun their ‘ULEV Journey’ as a result of attending a GREENFLEET event, networking with our supporting experts and putting in to place the knowledge they have gained.
However, it has become apparent that the UK’s Emergency Services and MoD, have a whole set of issues, preventing imminent change, that are unique to them and that they need help with. ‘Vehicles’ is one thing, but with the vehicles comes ‘Charging and Infrastructure’, which, throws up more challenges that need addressing.
At GREENFLEET, we have been told that the sectors understand that they need to act, that they are lagging behind, but because of these unique set of issues, need help. And we have been asked if WE can help, by staging an event for the Emergency Services and MoD.
So, we give you Emergency GREENFLEET... The Events that are Electrifying the Emergency Services! Emergency GREENFLEET will be hosted at Newbury Racecourse on the 19th March 2020.
Due to the recent outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus), we wanted to reassure you we will be following government advice to avoid the risk of infection. Disposable gloves will be available for ALL delegates that take part in Test Drives and we advise strongly that all who attend wash their hands regularly as per government advice. https://www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/