Cenex announces new partner for LCV 2014

Published:  15 July, 2014

Cenex– the UK's first Centre of Excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies and the organiser of the UK's largest technology showcasing and networking event for the UK low carbon vehicle community, announced that IHS Automotive, has been confirmed as the sole Information & Insight Partner at LCV2014.

The partnership provides an opportunity for delegates and exhibitors to benefit from the research of IHS at LCV2014, taking place on 10 and 11 September at Millbrook Proving Ground.


IHS Automotive is well positioned to provide guidance on the future size of the emerging market opportunities associated with low carbon vehicles (LCV's) and supporting EV infrastructure. IHS will be providing every delegate that attends the LCV show with a special edition of Hybrid-EV Analysis magazine; which will provide a broad understanding and update on technology and market development. The IHS team will also be present on an exhibition stand, giving delegates the chance to meet and network with the team, as well as an opportunity to see first-hand the great research that IHS can offer business decision makers.

Ben Scott, analyst at IHS said: ‘We are excited to be the official Insight and Information Partner again for Cenex LCV2014. LCV is an excellent event for networking with SMEs and industry leaders. We look forward to meeting with delegates at the IHS stand and presenting our latest research on the low carbon vehicle and e-mobility market.'

Robert Evans, CEO of Cenex said: ‘We are delighted to have IHS as our Insight and Information Partner for a second consecutive year. Leading research is key to ensuring the UK Automotive industry continues to innovate and remain a world-leader in low carbon vehicle technologies and IHS plays a pivotal role in this area.'

To keep up to speed with Cenex's seventh Low Carbon Vehicle event, LCV2014, visit www.cenex-lcv.co.uk, or follow @LCV_event on Twitter.

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