Learn from leading industry experts about the latest developments in transport electrification and the importance of cross sector collaboration
With transportation accounting for more than a quarter of the UK’s greenhouse gas emissions, innovations in electrification across all areas of the sector will be key to enabling the UK to achieve its 2050 net zero ambitions.
Held to coincide with The Engineer’s “Sustainable Mobility” week – a week long programme of content focused low carbon transportation - this special panel discussion will bring together leading engineers from organisations including Ricardo, Rolls-Royce Plc, The Advanced Propulsion Centre and UKRI to discuss UK progress in electrification.
This session will explore the latest trends and technologies that are driving electrification across different sectors, examine the obstacles to electrification and consider the ways in which cross-sector collaboration can help overcome some of these challenges.
The discussion will be live streamed to registered viewers on the Big Marker platform and made available on demand post event.
Key developments in automotive / aerospace / defence and off-highway electrification
The benefits and challenges of cross-sector collaboration
Implications for electricity demand, distribution and supply
UK strengths and Supply chain challenges & opportunities
Stakeholder Engagement Director, Advanced Propulsion Centre
Philippa is a Chartered Engineer who thrives on working with a wide range of stakeholders from government, industry and academia to create visionary solutions, challenging existing silos between the sectors.
Previously Head of Transport and...
Challenge Director for Driving the Electric Revolution
Will is Challenge Director for UK Research & Innovation’s (UKRI’s) £80m Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) Driving the Electric Revolution leading the strategy, delivery and maximizing the impact of the investments made. This Challenge...
Adrian Greaney is Director for Technology and Digitalisation at Ricardo.
Beginning his career as an engineer at Delphi Diesel Systems, Adrian joined Ricardo in 2000 as a Senior Project Engineer in Light Duty Diesel, before quickly rising to the...
Colin is a Charted Engineer and has circa 12 years’ experience in the application of electric drive technologies to land based military vehicles. This includes the development and testing of the QinetiQ E-X-Drive® and In Wheel Electric Hub drive...