Extending the life of fleet vehicles via low or zero carbon technologies

A consortium of Local Authorities, led by Luton Borough Council, is working with the Innovation Exchange programme to find technologies capable of extending the life of their current diesel powered fleet through implementing retrofittable low/zero carbon solutions.

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When

07/06/2022

11.00 - 12.00

Where

Online

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As part of the Net Zero Regions Pilot Project, delivered by Innovate UK KTN, East of England Local Government Association and Innovate UK, a consortium of Local Authorities, led by Luton Borough Council, is working with the Innovation Exchange programme to find technologies capable of extending the life of their current diesel powered fleet through implementing retrofittable low/zero carbon solutions. 

Webinar recording is now available

 

Luton Borough Council have approximately 300 vehicles in their fleet, including HGVs, minibuses and light vehicles. They have experience in trialling Gas-to Liquid (GTL) fuel as a replacement for diesel in their fleet vehicles and are now looking for additional retrofittable solutions to further decarbonise these assets. 

If you are interested in submitting a solution and would like to ask the challenge owner any questions, please join us on the 7th June from 11am to 12pm. 

Full details about this opportunity can be found here.

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Innovation Exchange

KTN’s Innovation Exchange is a cross-sector program supporting innovation transfer by matching industry challenges to innovative companies from other sectors. It does this by putting large businesses with technical needs in contact with companies who have the right innovative solutions, for faster development of novel solutions.

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