LowCVP reveals strategy

22nd March 2018


The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership has announced its first three-year strategy for accelerating the shift towards low emission vehicles. 

Set up by the government 15 years ago, the organisation has identified the need to encourage “demand-pull” measures for cleaner solutions and address supply-side “blockages” as part of its new strategy. 

Speaking at a parliamentary reception, LowCVP managing director Andy Eastlake said: “I am delighted that our three-year work programme has been supported. 

“It gives us a longer view and greater stability as an organisation, providing the opportunity to strengthen our relationships with stakeholders in key areas.” 

LowCVP has also announced that Lombard/Natwest will be joining its 200 member-strong partnership from April. 

For more information, visit the LowCVP website.