OWL Midlands Roadshow 2021

Took place on 8th July 2021, New Hall, Sutton Coldfield

In partnership with:

09:00 – 10:00: Registration, coffee and exhibition viewing, outside vehicle area viewing

10:00 – 10:10: Welcome and introduction on behalf of OWL, Chair Chris Hudson, Midlands Centre Council Member, CIWM

10:10 – 10:30: Why OWL – celebrate the integrated approach, Barry Sheerman, MP for Huddersfield, Chairman of the OWL Partnership

10:30 – 11:00:  What is the purpose of OWL? – OWL Clean Air Project update, Jason Airey MD, CMS SupaTrak

  • Learn how to integrate the equipment and services of all the OWL partners into one common platform.
  • Discover how transition technologies and long-term vehicle energy solutions can work for your organisation.
  • Find out how OWL and the Westminster Commission for Road Air Quality can help you reach zero emissions at point-of-use and become carbon negative.

11:00 – 11:30: Break and exhibition viewing

11:30 – 12:00: Local standards to global issues – tackling the impact of RCVs on our cities , Glen Davies, Transport and Logistics Specialist, AtoH Solutions

  • Gain an insight into the HGV and its contribution to toxic emissions and air pollution
  • Understand why UK cities are under pressure to cut air pollution levels
  • Get up to date on which UK cities have implemented, or are planning, stringent Clean Air Zones

12:00 – 12:30: Air quality improvements from the UK automotive sector, Sukky Choongh, Environmental Manager – Air Quality and Ultra Low Emission Vehicles, SMMT

  • Learn about the development in the UK vehicle market and their impact on air quality
  • Find out how to overcome challenges for the industry to achieve net-zero
  • Discover the nature of future mobility

12:30 – 13:00: Electra – out there and working. What comes next, and where does hydrogen fit in?Russell Markstein, Group Commercial Director, NRG Fleet Services/Electra Commercial Vehicles

  •  Learn about the BIFFA and City of London case studies
  • Find out what the customers are saying
  • Find out how to improve staff wellbeing with electric HGVs
  • Learn how to improve local air quality
  • Discover how hydrogen is the future of clean transport

13:00 – 14:00: Lunch and exhibition viewing

14:00 – 14:30 eCollect update – in-service vehicles and performanceAndy Graves, Product Marketing Manager, Dennis Eagle

  • Learn how the eCollect has an optimal vehicle range combined with an advantageous payload with no compromise of diesel performance
  • Discover how the eCollect can create carbon emission and ultra-fine particulate savings for your fleet
  • Find out about the operational benefits of the eCollect

14:30 – 15:00: The road to zero-emission transport in Nottingham – Matt Ralfe, Innovation and Change Manager, Nottingham City Council

  • Learn how Nottingham City Council is leading the way on fleet electrification
  • Find out how to address insufficient electrical load on-site through technology and new ways of working
  • Discover how Nottingham City Council is encouraging others to make the switch to EVs

15:00 – 15:30: Advanced fuels; today’s transition technology, William Tebbit CEO, Green Bio Fuels

  • Discover how to improve air quality and reduce greenhouse gas without Capex
  • Find out which technologies are available now
  • See which technology will win out, and when

15:30 – 16:00: Panel Discussion: Clean propulsion and transition technologies – identifying easy wins for fleet operators

  • Chaired by Ann-Marie Knegt, Creative Director, Visie Communications/Editor, Fleet Vision International
  • Jason Airey MD, CMS SupaTrak
  • Glen Davies, Transport and Logistics Specialist, AtoH Solutions
  • Sukky Choongh, Environmental Manager, Air Quality and Ultra Low Emission Vehicles, SMMT
  • Russell Markstein, Group Commercial Director, NRG Fleet Services/Electric Commercial Vehicles
  • Andy Graves, Product Marketing Manager, Dennis Eagle
  • Matt Ralfe, Innovation and Change Manager, Nottingham City Council
  • William Tebbit, CEO, Green Bio Fuels

To exhibit at OWL Midlands 2021, please, contact Jason Pidgeon or call him on 07734 678510.