Logistics UK has today (26 April 2023) announced it will be launching its 2023 Electric Vehicle (EV) Report on the second day of its Future Logistics Conference, to be held at ITT Hub in Farnborough on 10-11 May 2023.

The report examines the public chargepoint network, power supply availability and fiscal support, as well as servicing, maintenance and repairs, and lessons learned from those that have begun the transition to EVs.

Michelle Gardner, Deputy Director of Policy at Logistics UK, comments: “We are delighted to be launching our latest EV Report at our Future Logistics Conference. The conference brings together some of the sector’s leading minds in transport and innovation to discuss the latest developments across industry and debate the technologies and opportunities that will transform its future. With electric vehicle technology set to play a pivotal role in industry’s future and its aim to achieve net zero, this is a perfect opportunity to provide attendees with an insight into current progress and future trends.”

In addition to the report launch, the two-day agenda will also feature keynote speakers Professor Jim Al-Khalili and Minister of State for Decarbonisation and Technology, Jesse Norman MP. Professor Al-Khalili will lead day one of the conference, discussing how many cutting-edge scientific discoveries in global communication, energy generation, battery technology, computer science and artificial intelligence will impact the world of transportation and logistics in the coming decade, while Jesse Norman MP will provide the keynote speech on the second day.

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