Awards to be presented at celebration dinner alongside Cenex’s LCV 2014 Event
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership (LowCVP) is inviting organisations that have made a real difference in the area of low carbon transport to apply for the Low Carbon Champions Awards. There are seven categories, covering areas ranging from cars to innovations, and the winners will be announced at a new event – set to be the low carbon transport networking event of the year - on Wednesday 10 September 2014.
The 2014 LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Awards are held in association with Cenex’s LCV2014 Event(Millbrook, 10-11 September), the UK’s premier technology showcasing and networking event for low carbon vehicles and fuels. The Champions Awards will be presented at a dinner to be held at Jury’s Inn, Milton Keynes, beginning at 6.30pm.
The LowCVP Champions Awards celebrate examples of outstanding and innovative practice in accelerating the shift to lower carbon vehicles and fuels and reducing road transport emissions.
There are seven categories of Awards reflecting the diversity of those engaged in encouraging the shift to lower carbon vehicles and fuels. There are also two special awards. The Award Categories are:
Short-listed nominations will receive a complementary place for a representative at the LCV 2014 dinner, courtesy of the LowCVP. Andy Eastlake, the LowCVP’s Managing Director, said: “The UK’s low carbon automotive sector has been progressing in leaps and bounds over the last few years making it a leading UK industrial success story. Against this very encouraging backdrop, I expect there will be tough competition in this year’s Champions Awards.”
Winners of the most recent (Jan 2013) LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Awards included: Toyota GB; Wrightbus (with TfL); Coca Cola Enterprises; Greenergy International; Williams Hybrid Power (with Go Ahead Group); Controlled Power Technologies/Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium; Charge your Car (North) and the International Energy Agency. Graham Smith, OBE, of Toyota Motor Europe was winner of the Outstanding Individual Award while Ford Motor Company and Transport for London were winners of a special award for their contribution to the low carbon road transport agenda over the last 10 years. (The 10 year award was a unique commendation to coincide with the LowCVP’s tenth anniversary reception.)
Nominations, using the form accessible through the website, should be sent to the LowCVP Secretariat no later than Friday, 13 June 2014.
The LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Awards are accredited by the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) which means that its winners are eligible to enter the prestigious bi-annual European Awards for Business and the Environment (EBAE). Prior winners of the LowCVP Low Carbon Champions Awards are in the running for the 2014 EBAE Awards.
The LowCVP is interested in hearing from potential sponsors for each of the 2014 Awards categories.
Full details and downloadable entry forms for the LowCVP Awards 2014 are available at:www.lowcvp.org.uk/lowcarbonchampions/