Nottingham is one of four cities awarded a share of £35m Go Ultra Low City fund provided by the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV).
“Being successful with this £6.1million award enables Nottingham to become a hub for low carbon, future-proofed transport. This funding will shape our vision to become the UK’s greenest transport city, with effective, joined up and environmentally positive transport. Taken together with all the other bids we have submitted for ultra-low carbon funding, it is clear that we have unrivalled ambition to establish the UK’s best sustainable transport offer for residents, visitors and the business community.”
(Councillor Nick McDonald, Nottingham City Council Portfolio Holder for Jobs, Growth and Transport)
On Wednesday 8th June, GreenFleet Nottingham, staged in association with OLEV will take place at Nottingham Racecourse and will provide delegates with a unique opportunity to network with industry experts that can advise on how to integrate electric and plug-in vehicles in to everyday transport operations.
Keynote speaker Quentin Willson, will be joined by Industry experts who will present their ideas on :
Nottingham’s vision for a greener region
Nottingham City Council
Car and van grants
Office of Low Emission vehicles (OLEV)
LeasePlan UK and specialist public sector and not-for-profit specialist brand Automotive Leasing
Chargemaster and Schneider Electric
Guests will also be able to experience the latest ULEVs
To find out more about the event visit http://events.greenfleet.net/nottingham or to reserve your complimentary space, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Event: GreenFleet NOTTINGHAM
Location: Nottingham Racecourse
Date: Wednesday 8th June 2016.