ITT Hub has announced the launch of ITT Sessions, a series of free one-hour webinars that will examine different aspects of the challenges the sector faces in responding to the decarbonisation of transport.
Bookings for the first sessions are open now. Go to the booking page and add the date to your calendar from the links and you will be able to access the session on the day. It’s really simple, there’s no need to register!
ITT Sessions culminates in the Future Logistics conference, organised in association with Logistics UK, at ITT Hub 30 June – 1 July 2021 at Farnborough International Exhibition and Conference Centre, Hampshire.
The first session ‘How do fleet operators innovate to reach net zero? Part one’ is on Friday 26 March from 10.30 to 11.30
In this session, we discuss how fleet operators from the bus, coach, van and truck sectors can make key decisions through collaboration on vehicles, fuels, partnerships and infrastructure.
Our panel of industry experts from Centrica, Zenobe Energy and Zemo Partnership will provide insight from direct experience of introducing zero vehicle fleets and infrastructure.
This webinar will appeal to fleet operators and supplier companies.
Hosted by Leon Daniels OBE, Chair, Binswood Media, the panel of industry experts includes:
- Andy Eastlake, Managing Director, Zemo Partnership
- Chris Jackson, Head of Fleet Partnerships, Centrica Business Solutions
- Steven Meersman, Founder Director, Zenobe Energy
The need for rapid renewal of road vehicle fleets with zero-emission vehicles will deliver a substantial contribution to net-zero in the long term.
Format: Live panel of three industry representatives will discuss the topic with the host for 40 minutes, with 20 minutes Q&A session at the end
Friday 23 April 10.30-11.30
How do fleet operators innovate to reach net zero? Part two
Featuring: Lorna McAtear, National Grid, Chris Chandler, Lex Autolease and Scott Pearson, Newport Transport
Friday 21 May 10.30-11.30
Transport decarbonisation plan: collaboration is fundamental
Panel to be announced
More information and bookings are at www.itthub.co.uk/webinars/