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The future for transport in Wales

Online, 6 July 2022, 8.30am - 1pm

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Event details:

  • Online, Wales
  • 6 July 2022
  • 8.30am - 1pm

Stakeholders and policymakers discuss progress towards decarbonising transport; considering access to services and how to reduce travel needs, sustainable transport options, infrastructure development and accessibility to reliable public transport across Wales.

Policy Forum for Wales’ event will consider next steps to meet the ambitions of Welsh Government’s Llwybr Newydd strategy, and will discuss policy initiatives including Electric Vehicle Charging Strategy for Wales, Net Zero Wales and the Wales Roads Review.

Hugh Pickerill, programme manager – EV grants and infrastructure at Energy Saving Trust joins ‘next steps for improving sustainability – net-zero targets, green travel, the road network and electric vehicle infrastructure.’ Hugh will discuss insights and learning from delivering the LEVI (Local Electric Vehicle Infrastructure) scheme and how the fund has supported electric vehicle infrastructure development in England. 

Hugh will be joined by panelists including Hugo Spowers, chief engineer and founder, Riversimple; Hannah Dunn, associate director, carbon and energy, Jacobs; Adrian Watson, head of school, Centre for Alternative Technology; Professor Peter Wells, professor of business and sustainability and director, Centre for Automotive Industry Research, Cardiff University.

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Last updated: 1 July 2022