The Environmental Industries Commission, the leading trade body for environmental business, is hosting a one day seminar with a specific focus on delivering Clean Air Zones (CAZs) at the AQE.
CAZs are a major part of the Government's plans to ensure compliance with EU limit values for NOx pollution. Currently 34 councils have been mandated by government to produce CAZ plans.
With a wide range of possible models for designing CAZs, and a range of different technologies that could be mandated or incentivised through them, this seminar will provide an overview of the main design challenges and how these can be overcome, and presentations on the potential of the various vehicle technologies that can cut pollution in the Zones.
A Clean Air Zone is an area where a local authority has enacted special legislation to limit pollution from vehicles.
Clean Air Zones can consist of a wide range of measures, from charging zones, to scrappage schemes, to limitations on HGVs.
The mandating of Clean Air Zones is part of the government's broader Air Quality Strategy, which aims to improve air quality and address sources of pollution.
This free seminar is an opportunity for local authorities and associated stakeholders to find out more about innovation solutions to address air pollution challenges, whilst providing an opportunity to network with and speak directly with local authorities, environmental consultants and technology providers on the day.
|09:30 - 10:00||Reception Desk Opens||EIC Secretariat|
|10:00 - 1005||The work of the EIC Air Quality Working Group - historical context of Clean Air Zones - the opportunities of how innovative technology can achieve cost effective solutions for local authorities.||Dan Williams||Chair, Johnson Matthey|
|10:05 - 10:25||Update on Feasibility Studies / cost benefit analysis of CAZ / technology solutions||Guy Hitchcock||Knowledge Leader, CAZ Ricardo Energy & Environment|
|10:25 - 10:45||Measuring and reporting air quality in CAZ||Jim Mills||Managing Director, Air Monitors|
|10:45 - 11:05||Euro 6 Regulations and enforcement||Dan Williams||Johnson Matthey|
|Coffee Break & Networking (11:05 - 11:30)|
|11:30 - 11:55||Retrofit Heavy Duty Diesel Vehicles||Mark Cooper||Managing Director, HJS UK Representation|
|11:55 - 12:20||Delivering clean air through LPG with a specific focus on taxis/ light vans - illustration of case studies and results.||Paul Oxford||Business Development Manager, Autogas|
|12:20 - 12:40||Roll out of NRMM policy in London and the implications for NRMM policy to be incorporated into Clean Air Zones||Michael Lunn||Director of Public Affairs, Environmental Industries Commission|
|12:40 - 13:00||Reducing environmental impact of refrigerated transport - zero-emission transport refrigeration unit||Mo Saqib||Policy & Communications Officer, Dearman|
|Lunch and Networking (13:00 - 14:00)|
|14:00 - 14:20||Delivering clean air on construction sites with temporary hybrid power generation||Mark Penny||Energy Solutions (UK)|
|14:20 - 14:40||Delivering reduced emissions through Alternative fuels including GreenD+ and HVO/ paraffinic diesels. This session will present a synopsis of alternative fuels including test results from Hackney Waste trucks at Millbrook and in real world testing of other examples of GreenD+ in trial / use and the proven NOx, PM reductions plus GHG savings.||Peter Moore||Technical Team , Green Biofuels Limited|
|14:40 - 15:00||Concluding Remarks / Questions||Dan Williams, Chair|
|15:00 - 16:00||Networking With Speakers|