LowCVP webinar series: Shifting buyer preferences to low carbon cars - recordings available to view now
4 May 2012
Recordings of three LowCVP webinars focusing on measures that can be taken to accelerate the shift in car buyer attitudes in favour of lower carbon cars are now available. The three webinars were intended to provoke a debate amongst stakeholders and to inform a scoping study to be prepared by the LowCVP on this topic.
The three topics addressed were:
Topic One – Fiscal measures for promoting behaviour change
Overview of UK tax instruments and their effectiveness – Matt Croucher, SMMT
Feebates and other instruments; commentary on most promising measures- Malcolm Fergusson, consultant
Influencing the grey fleet through ‘benefit in kind’ – Stewart White, Fleet Audits
View the recording of the webinar on fiscal measures by clicking here.
Topic Two – Influencing Local Authorities and the fleet sector
LEZs, parking permits, travel plans and other measures – Cllr Shona Johnstone, Cambs Co. Council
Low Emission Zones and Congestion Charging – Samantha Kennedy, Senior Delivery Planning Manager, Transport for London
The Role of local authorities in promoting ULCVs- Luca Lytton, Research Analyst, RAC Foundation
View the webinar recording of the webinar on Local Authorities and the fleet sector by clicking here.
Topic Three – Behavioural and other measures
(non-fiscal) (3 May)
Information, labels and the consumer – Dr Ben Lane, EcoLane consulting
Nudges and winks – what works? Dr Jillian Anable, Aberdeen University
View the webinar recording of the webinar on Behavioural and other measures by clicking here.
Each webinar included presentations and subsequent discussion between the speakers and participating delegates . The events were all chaired by Jonathan Murray, Deputy Director, LowCVP.