The eagerly- awaited Cenex Low Carbon Vehicle Connected Automated Mobility show returns in 2023, and Advanced Infrastructure is thrilled to be bringing LAEP+ to the event, showcasing how the tool is being used by Local Authorities and EV solution providers to accelerate the roll out of EV charge points.
The highly anticipated 2023 event is set to be the best yet, featuring 120 global brands and cutting-edge start-ups showcasing the newest tech, tools and solutions for geospatial. Plus, a CPD accredited education programme with 200 sessions to choose from will allow visitors to get up to date with the latest developments.Amongst the lineup of speakers on the 17th May, Advanced Infrastructure's CEO Christopher Jackson will be taking to the stage to deliver the session "Geospatial tools for energy projects".
As confirmed event exhibitor and speaker, Advanced Infrastructure's Co-founder and Head of Product, Lily Cairns Haylor will be taking to the stage alongside SSEN Distribution, UK Power Networks and Northern Gas in the session 'Innovative Collaboration: working with our local authorities'.
Taking place on the 18th-19th October 2023 at the NEC Birmingham, The Highways UK event brings together the people responsible for planning, developing, managing, maintaining, and future-proofing the nation's road networks.
Taking place on the 28th February at the Kia Oval, London, The National Energy and Sustainability Show will provide practical case study examples from public sector organisations demonstrating how to meet green targets and improve efficiency in key areas such as accelerating the transition to zero-emission vehicles, promoting green public transportation, greener buildings, environmental protection, and working toward net-zero emissions by 2050.
Taking place on the 28th February in Manchester and online, Energy-smart places: delivering net zero conference and exhibition will help tell the projects' stories and give insight into what has been learnt and achieved. The event will bring people together from across the energy landscape, to look at how the potential of local smart energy systems can be realised on the journey to net zero.