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Caroline Low, director of transport decarbonisation at the Department for Transport, has been confirmed as a panellist speaker at the forthcoming APEA Live 2022 event, taking place on 17 November at Marshall Arena, StadiumMK in Milton Keynes.

Low will join a keynote panel discussion on low-carbon liquid fuels of the future, staged within the event’s daytime Conference element and chaired by Peter Campbell, global motor industry correspondent at Financial Times.

The panel session will bring together experts in various low carbon liquid fuels to delve into the reasons why LCFs rather than electric vehicles might represent the best the long-term solution for hard to decarbonise transport modes for a net zero future.

Low will be joined by fellow confirmed panellists Chris Gould (Energy Transition Lead, UKPIA) and Robin Futcher (director – hydrogen, Commercial Fuel Solutions).

“We’re delighted to have Caroline Low as part of this year’s exciting conference programme,” said event director Tom Treverton, “This is an important, not-to-be-missed discussion, which I know will be of interest and value to all stakeholders within our market. The conference is free to attend and accessible to all industry professionals. We look forward to welcoming the downstream fuel and forecourt community to Milton Keynes on 17 November.”