DriveElectric will be joining panel discussions with leading professionals from business, academia and the public sector on Thursday 15th February for a half day interactive event to explore current and future challenges and opportunities that the car presents in the city.
An invitation-only workshop with Cabinet Secretary Mr. Ken Skates will aim to develop a strategy for Wales on electric vehicle charging infrastructure. This will be followed by an open, informal seminar and networking event, featuring BBC broadcaster and future vehicle enthusiast Mark Goodier, which will address the changes happening in personal mobility including; active travel, shared services, alternative fuels, autonomous vehicles and the role cars play in the economy.
The event is being organised by Cynnal Cymru – Sustain Wales, the leading organisation for Sustainable Development in Wales, in partnership with The Institute of Welsh Affairs, Renewable UK Cymru, The National Trust Wales and Arup.
Taking place at the Arup Offices Hub, 4 Pierhead Street, Cardiff on Thursday 15 February 2018, tickets for the evening are available from TicketSource Ticket Price: £42.00 – £48.00 or you can call the Box Office: 02920192021.
Who should attend?
This event will benefit businesses and organisations seeking to improve their understanding of sustainable car use as well as providing an opportunity to discuss current and future opportunities for improving our city through alternative means. Facilities managers, fleet managers, HR, sustainability managers, transport planners, town planners, car sales and people who work to improve safety, air quality, local environmental quality, streetscene etc. will all find this event useful.