15th E-cosse Forum will explore 'Emerging Technology' at GreenFleet Scotland 2017.

The 15th E-cosse Forum will bring experts from the public and private sectors together to explore ‘Emerging Technology’, and will take place at GreenFleet Scotland on Friday 5 May 2017.

The forum will feature presentations from Uber, Dukosi and Connected Energy. Topics will include second-life battery storage, smart charging and wireless battery management technology.

It will take place at GreenFleet Scotland 2017, the fleet event for Scotland, designed to demonstrate the viability of ultra-low emission, plug-in, hybrid and electric vehicles to organisations that want to improve the efficiency of their fleet and transport operations and to address poor air quality caused by emissions from road transport.

For more information and to register for the forum please click here.

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14th E-cosse Forum to examine Procurement & Deployment for Roadmap Refresh

The now traditional E-cosse forum in the run up to Christmas will be held on 21st December 2016 at Victoria Quay, Edinburgh, 09:45-14:30.

The forum will focus on lessons learned and opportunities to scale-up the successful Procurement and Deployment of electric vehicles and infrastructure. The forum will bring together experts to discuss the role of cities, businesses and other local actors in promoting electric and plug-in hybrid vehicles.

It forms part of the consultation being undertaken to refresh the Switched on Scotland Roadmap, with an updated document set to be published Spring 2017.
E-cosse forums are intended to be interactive and collaborative events so there will be opportunities for Q&As, discussion and networking.

There is no charge to attend, but places are limited so please register early here

13th E-cosse Forum on EV Charging Infrastructure to support Roadmap Refresh

In 2013, Transport Scotland set out its strategy to make Scottish towns, cities and communities free from the damaging emissions of petrol and diesel fuelled vehicles by 2050 in the Switched on Scotland Roadmap.

As part of this process we are reviewing progress of the Roadmap’s Actions to date and consulting with key stakeholders to discuss current progress, reflect on what has worked well and to gain insight on the key challenges for a refresh of these Actions going forward.

Following a successful initial workshop in Edinburgh we would welcome your attendance at the second consultation workshop in Glasgow on 08 November focused specifically on the topic of EV Charging Infrastructure. We look forward to discussing and seeking your input on progress to date and the challenges going forward in this area.

There is no charge to attend the workshop but places are limited so please book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

To register for the event please click here.

Switched on Scotland: Review Workshop

In 2013, Transport Scotland set out its strategy to make Scottish towns, cities and communities free from the damaging emissions of petrol and diesel fuelled vehicles by 2050 in the Switched on Scotland Roadmap.

As part of this process we are reviewing progress of the Roadmap’s Actions to date and consulting with key stakeholders to discuss current progress, reflect on what has worked well and to gain insight on the key challenges for a refresh of these Actions going forward.

We would therefore welcome your attendance at a consultation workshop to discuss and seek your input on the above.

There is no charge to attend the workshop but places are limited so please book as soon as possible to avoid disappointment.

To register for the event please click here.

We hope that you can join us for what we are sure will be an informative and stimulating session. Please forward this invitation onto anyone who might be interested to attend.

12th E-cosse Forum will explore 'The Future of Mobility', at GreenFleet Scotland 2016.

The 12th E-cosse Forum will bring experts from the public and private sectors together to explore ‘The Future of Mobility’, and will take place at GreenFleet Scotland on Friday 15 April 2016.

The forum, which will be chaired by TV presenter and motoring journalist Quentin Willson, will examine how emerging technologies such as developments in smart mobility, fuel cells and autonomous vehicles will shape mobility in the medium to long-term.

It will take place at GreenFleet Scotland 2016, the fleet event for Scotland, designed to demonstrate the viability of ultra-low emission, plug-in, hybrid and electric vehicles to organisations that want to improve the efficiency of their fleet and transport operations and to address poor air quality caused by emissions from road transport.

For more information and to register for the forum please click here.

11th E-cosse Forum | Local Incentives

E-cosse forums are funded by Transport Scotland and the Energy Saving Trust to bring together actors from the public and private sector to share experiences, promote best practice and help solve problems to advance the adoption of plug-in vehicles in Scotland.

The 11th E-cosse Stakeholder Forum will consider the role of localised incentive programmes in promoting the uptake of EV technology.E-cosse forums are intended to be interactive and collaborative events so there will be opportunities for Q&As, discussion and networking.

There is no charge to attend, but places are limited so please register early.

Please also forward this invitation onto anyone who might be interested to attend.We hope that you can join us for what we are sure will be an informative and stimulating meeting.

Confirmed Speakers:

Kåre Albrechtsen, Copenhagen Electric

David Beeton, Urban Foresight

David Connolly, Systra

Mark Daly, Sheffield City Council

Gloria Esposito, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership

Rouven Faasch, Ubitricity

Derek McCreadie, York City Council

Ian Murdoch, Energy Saving Trust Scotland

Stephen Rennie, TTR

Zak Tuck, Transport Scotland

10th E-cosse Forum | Communications and Outreach

The 10th E-cosse forum will bring together experts from the public and private sectors to explore the transformational policies, communication strategies, and behaviour change initiatives that will accelerate widespread adoption of plug-in vehicles in Scotland. It will focus on good practice and key insights related to promoting awareness, confidence and positive attitudes.

A full agenda will be released shortly.

There is no charge to attend, but places are limited so pleaseregisterearly.

E-cosse forums are intended to be interactive and collaborative events so there will be opportunities for Q&A, discussion and networking.

Please also forward this invitation onto anyone who might be interested to attend.

Wehope that you can join us for what we are sure will be an informative and stimulating meeting.

Registration is available here.

Confirmed Speakers:

Jillian Anable, Univeristy of Aberdeen

Mike Donald, Michelin

Neil Harrison, Leith Agency

Nigel Holmes, STEP

Gary McRae, Dundee City Council

Craig Morton, University of Aberdeen

Chris van der Kuyl, 4J Studios