Tuesday 29 October 2019

Thomson Reuters’ HQ, Canary Wharf, London.

Join us for breakfast and a thought-provoking debate on what fuels will power future mobility.

Including an interactive Q&A and networking sessions with the panellists, fellow industry colleagues and media guests.

Panellists announced

Hugo Spowers Hugo Spowers Founder & Company Architect
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Helen Lees Helen Lees Head of Electric Vehicles and Connected Services Groupe PSA Learn More
Prof. Ricardo F. Martinez-Botas Prof. Ricardo F. Martinez-Botas Professor of Turbomachinery Imperial College London Learn More
Dominic Phinn Dominic Phinn Business Lead, Clean Air ClientEarth Learn More
Rachel Burden Rachel Burden Broadcast journalist
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As climate crisis concerns reach an all-time high, we’ll be asking:

  • Is it all over for the internal combustion engine just yet?
  • Are electric vehicles the answer or are they only part of the equation? Are BEVs actually clean?
  • Is hydrogen fuel cell technology a viable alternative?
  • Is the debate about fuel a distraction? Is it time to reset our relationship with ‘cars’ completely?
  • Do we need a massive cut in car manufacturing, alongside a range of alternative mobility solutions, to tackle climate and health issues?



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Thomson Reuters, 30 South Colonnade, Canary Wharf, London, E14 5EP – Get Directions


Why attend

  • Join an audience of influential mobility leaders, entrepreneurs and media, OEMs/manufacturers, tech start-ups, VCs, policy experts, associations and industry organisations
  • Kick-start conversations and meet industry contacts that could be your next partners or collaborators
  • Take-away new ideas and opinions that you can share with your colleagues and organisation



Register your interest


For further information or questions regarding the event, please contact Claire Felstead – CFelstead@dma-media.com