The internal combustion engine is reaching the end of the road leaving many commercial fleet owners in need of clear directions for the future.
Regulation poses a huge challenge to commercial and public vehicle operators which have less than a decade to grasp the nettle of decarbonising their fleets.
Strategic planning for these organisations is imperative, or costs will spiral as congestion charges rise, and balance sheets are burdened with legacy vehicles that can no longer legally take to the road.
Join the discussion to see how tech is playing a central role in this transition, easing the transition to sustainable transportation.
Mike Nugent, Head of Intelligent Fleet Decarbonisation for Hitachi in Europe
More speakers to be confirmed.
This webinar forms part of techUK’s Race to Zero lunchtime series, running in parallel with London Climate Action Week. It is free to attend and open to all. If you would like to attend this session and are not currently a techUK member, please RSVP to [email protected]
Teodora’s rich background varies from working in business development for a renewable energy lobbying association in Brussels to the fast moving technology innovation startup scene in the UK.
She has designed the market strategy for a German renewable energy engineering scale up for the UK, listed on Nasdaq private market, and now one of the fastest growing scale ups in the world. Previous experience also includes managing a renewable energy startup in London, which has built a small-scale biomass CHP power plant. Teodora is passionate about cross-industry collaboration and working together with academia to inform the design of future educational models and skill building.
Most recently Teodora has ran the commercial activities and business development at Future Cities Catapult, focusing on innovation in cities, digital health and wellbeing, mobility, and infrastructure. Teodora is a passionate STEM Ambassador and a vocal advocate for women in tech.
Lucas Banach is Programme Assistant at techUK, he works on a range of programmes including Data Centres; Climate, Environment & Sustainability; Market Access and Smart Infrastructure and Systems.
Before that Lucas who joined in 2008, held various roles in our organisation, which included his role as Office Executive, Groups and Concept Viability Administrator, and most recently he worked as Programme Executive for Public Sector. He has a postgraduate degree in International Relations from the Andrzej Frycz-Modrzewski Cracow University.