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There is one week to go to for delegates to obtain digital tickets for BVRLA’s Fleets in Charge Conference, as ticket sales will close at 3pm on Tuesday 5 July.
Earlier this year, the number of electric vehicles on the BVRLA leasing fleet overtook petrol for the first time. Those in the fleet industry know zero emission vehicles are no longer the ‘alternative’, but how can we speed up the transition across all sectors?
As of 07.00 on 14 June, OZEV (Office for Zero Emission Vehicles) has removed the Plug-in Car Grant (PiCG) to new orders. This is what it means to members.
After two successful digital events, the BVRLA’s annual Fleets in Charge Conference is being hosted as a hybrid event this year– both in person in London and online. Next month‘s event will focus on electric vehicle demand, supply, and infrastructure, with the agenda also featuring four informative break-out sessions – two of which will be available on the digital ticket.
With just one month to go until the BVRLA’s 2022 Fleets in Charge Conference, the association would like to highlight two more of the interactive breakout sessions offering a forward look at emerging business models and new technology and innovation.
With just over five weeks to go until the BVRLA’s 2022 Fleets in Charge Conference, the association would like to highlight two of the interactive breakout sessions offering different perspectives from across the electric vehicle ecosystem.
There are just over six weeks to go until the BVRLA’s 2022 Fleets in Charge Conference. The event will serve as an opportunity to network with potential business partners and get a wide range of perspectives from across the electric vehicle ecosystem.
Colin Ferguson, co-founder and CEO of The Algorithm People, looks at what fleet operators can do now to progress their journey to zero emission commercial vehicles.
2022 will be a pivotal year in delivering the right policy and supply chain environment to deliver fleet decarbonisation. Taking place in London on 7 July, the BVRLA’s Fleets in Charge Conference gives you the chance to have your questions answered by those shaping the UK’s move to zero-emission motoring.
After two successful digital events, the BVRLA’s annual Fleets in Charge Conference is being hosted in person for the first time in London this July.
With just two months before the BVRLA’s annual Fleets in Charge Conference is hosted in person, the association has confirmed that the day-long event (7 July) will be opened by a panel of leading policymakers and electric vehicle champions that are driving the UK’s decarbonisation plans.