Electric cars, fuel cells and other low carbon technology are all under the spotlight at a conference of experts this month in London.
The Low Carbon Vehicles conference will bring together companies, research bodies and leading industry figures to debate cutting-edge technologies that can reduce the carbon footprint of road transport.
Held at the Institute of Mechanical Engineers in London, the two-day event is a key opportunity for engineers, manufacturers, students and academic staff to discuss the latest developments and trends. What Car? will also be there to report on the findings and debates.
Everything from advances in internal combustion engine technology to the latest developments in energy storage will be covered at the conference, which is taking place on Wednesday, May 20 and Thursday, May 21.
If you're interested in attending, then contact Louise McKenna on 020 7973 1316 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.