Energyst Media is moving the Energyst & EV events back to May 2021.
It’s not a decision we take lightly. We have been in constant dialogue with Silverstone and agree that the uncertainty around large gatherings being permitted to take place by Autumn, together with the Chancellor’s announcement that the furlough programme will continue until October jeopardises safe and successful delivery.
We believe it to be in the best interests of visitors, sponsors and exhibitors to postpone the event to 26 & 27 May next year.
The live events provide the opportunity to drive electric vehicles from Jaguar Land Rover, Ford and Volvo around the international circuit and large conference rooms to cater for the excellent array of speakers. While we have been planning to enact social distancing measures and hygiene stations across the venue, the consensus is that postponing will ensure a smoother, safer and more successful event.
Given the high number of delegate registrations and excellent calibre of speakers we have assembled, we will be hosting several digital events over the coming months, beginning with EV week in July in conjunction with the new 2020 EV report.
We will provide details of our digital event calendar shortly, please get in touch if you would like to be involved in these.
Delivering Net Zero: Heat | Power | Transport spans two linked halls over two days.
It’s free to attend, but you need to register at The EV Event or The Energyst Event.
Confirmed speakers, sponsors and exhibitors include:
ADE | Arup | Arrival | Arval | Aurora | Birmingham Airport | BT | Bristol City Council | Cenex | Connected Energy | Cornwall Insight | DPD | Ecuity | EDF | Energy Pro | Engenie | EV8 | Flexitricity | Ford | Gnewt | Hartree Solutions | Hitachi Capital | Jaguar Land Rover | Liberty Global | Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership | London Luton Airport | Mitie | National Grid | Nottingham City Council | Nuvve | Octopus | Pod Point | Praseg | Roadnight Taylor | Royal Mail | Scottish Power | SES Water | Severn Trent Water | SMMT | Sustainable Development Capital Limited | University of Reading | UK Power Networks | UPS | Total | Volvo | Western Power Distribution | West Midlands Combined Authority | Whitbread | Zeigo and many more.