With diesel and petrol prices reaching record highs, OWL Live Midlands on July 7, 2022, at New Hall in Sutton Coldfield will cover every aspect of the hydrogen triangle – the technology, the infrastructure, and sourcing green hydrogen.
OWL Live Midlands promises to be the ultimate event for anyone aiming for a sustainable fleet operation with staff wellbeing and optimal driver behaviour at its heart.
Professor Martin Freer from the University of Birmingham will explain how a Midlands research project is assisting the transition to hydrogen HGVs during his keynote presentation. He will discuss how the H2GVMids project combines all the elements of developing a hydrogen fuel cell 44-tonne HGV.
Hydrogen is featured throughout the programme. Trevor Nicoll from St Helen’s Council will explain why the council opted for a hydrogen RCV, which will be delivered in September.
Arend Mouton, Group Fleet Manager for the Wates Group, will talk about the extensive transformation programme the construction giant’s fleet underwent during the pandemic.
Join us for live vehicle and technology demonstrations and face-to-face networking opportunities with our exhibitors: CMS SupaTrak, Dawson Group, VPG, Dennis Eagle, Terberg Matec, SmartWitness, Allison Transmission Europe, Romaquip, Moba, NRG Riverside, Thomas Group, Ogden Safety Systems, and Fleet Vision International.
‘OWL Live Midlands will deliver important messages about how to reduce emissions while improving fleet and staff performance,’ said Jason Airey, MD, CMS SupaTrak and host of OWL Live. ‘We have a responsibility as an industry to eliminate harmful emissions from transport, but vehicles have to deliver a service. OWL is thetop conference and exhibition for fleet managers who want to stay up to date on developments in fleet and the latest vehicle solutions.’