Cenex celebrates 10 years of excellence for low carbon vehicles

Posted on 9 Sep 2015 by Jonny Williamson

Established in 2005 as the UK’s first Centre of Excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies, Cenex is celebrating ‘10 years of excellence’ in the low carbon vehicle sector.

An independent not-for-profit consultancy, Cenex specialises in the delivery of projects which support innovation and market development to accelerate the shift to a low carbon economy.

To commemorate its milestone, Cenex has unveiled its top 10 reports, infographic and video today at its annual Low Carbon Vehicle Event, Cenex-LCV2015.

Passionate about low carbon vehicles and energy infrastructure, Cenex has focused the past 10 years on technology demonstrations and research to advance knowledge about the technical and commercial viability of low carbon vehicles in business operations.

This has included supporting some of the largest UK vehicle trials to date and more recently fuel cell vehicles at a European level. Cenex has worked with fleets, governments and academia to measure the real-world performance of vehicles to de-risk investment and help support informed business decision making.

It has supported the roll out of electric vehicle charging, along with gas and hydrogen vehicle refuelling infrastructure and today operates in global markets.

Cenex is celebrating over 10 years of excellence in the low carbon vehicle industry.

Chairman of Cenex, Brendan Connor commented: “Since 2005, we have been operating at the leading edge of market transformation.

“We have collaborated with industry, government and universities to help establish technology demonstrations, measure performance and validate the business case for low carbon vehicle technologies. In all activities we strive to deliver projects that will bring forward the new generation of low carbon vehicles.”