13:30 – 17:30 | St David’s Shopping Centre, Management Suite

The car has a role to play in delivering a sustainable future but only if city infrastructure, technology and our patterns of use change.

Together we need  to face the reality of our relationship and reliance on the car to help tackle the challenges of a growing  population, increased traffic congestion and pollution in our city to help create a smart, liveable and sustainable city.

Join leading professionals from business, academia and the public sector on Tuesday 11 July for a half day interactive event to explore current and future challenges and opportunities that the car presents in our city.


Brought to you in association with Chargemaster.



Featuring talks, demonstrations, workshops and networking this event is an opportunity to share learning, challenge thinking and inspire change!

– Meet Cardiff Council’s new leader Huw Thomas and find out about the visionary plans for the city

– Hear about future tech innovation for electric vehicles  & driverless car

– View the latest in electric vehicle technology from Tesla and Chargemaster

– Find out about alternatives models on car ownership and car sharing

– Learn about smart city infrastructure and integrated connectivity

See the Event Agenda


Book Tickets



Councillor Huw Thomas, Leader Cardiff City Council: Cardiff’s ambitions and work to date

Mark Bonnor-Moris, Director of Business Development, Chargemaster

Mike Potter, Managing Director, Drive Electric / Electric Nation

John McCarthy, Arup: Intelligent Mobility / “ACES”

Dr. Paul Nieuwenhuis, Cardiff University: Electric Vehicle Centre of Excellence

Alan Hendry, Jacobs UK: Innovation in cities across the UK

Gareth Renault, Enterprise Car Club

Stephen Crowther, St David’s Centre/NCP Car Parks

Dr. Katie Beverley, PDR, Cardiff Metropolitan University

Professor Mark Barry, Cardiff University – looking ahead to 20 years, driverless cars

Who should attend?

This event will benefit businesses and organisations seeking to improve their understanding of sustainable car use as well as providing an opportunity to discuss current and future opportunities for improving our city through alternative means. Facilities managers, fleet managers, HR, sustainability managers, transport planners, town planners, car sales and people who work to improve safety, air quality, local environmental quality, streetscene etc. will all find this event useful.



£42 (Includes VAT) for members

£54 (Includes VAT) for non members

Ticket includes refreshments and afternoon cakes.