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22 October 2012

Institute of Engineering and Technology discusses future UK rollout of Low Carbon Vehicles

Publishedin ITS World Congress 2012
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Paula-Marie Brown
The professional touch: IET's Paula-Marie Brown
Delegates to the ITS World Congress will have a superb opportunity of getting to know The Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET), Europe’s largest professional society of engineers and technicians with over 150,000 members in 127 countries around the world.
The organisation is holding a drinks reception on Wednesday from 16.30 on Stand D71 (the ITS UK stand) during which delegates will be able to find out about the latest developments from the IET Transport Sector that provides a focal point to access expertise, find current and reliable information, participate in active communities and attend industry leading events.

Visitors to the IET stand will also be able to pick up a free copy of the latest Transport Sector insight on ‘The future rollout of Low Carbon Vehicles (LCVs) in the UK.’ This emerging topic on low carbon transportation highlights opinions from experts in academia and industry addressing the social, political, economic and technological considerations for the future rollout of LCVs in the UK.

It poses, and examines, questions such as what do you think could be the triggers for a major culture change affecting attitudes to carbon emissions? Will public acceptability be strong enough to bring about the political change needed LCVs mass adoption?

As the IET’s Paula-Marie Brown points out, “whether you’re looking for information on the future of low carbon vehicles; transport magazines, events, books, journals or standards; communities in railway, automotive or aerospace; the IET Transport Sector can be your trusted source of essential engineering intelligence.”
Stand D71 (ITS UK)

Stand D71 (ITS UK)

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