09 MAY 2019 | PRINCIPALITY STADIUM, CARDIFF
TICKETS: MEMBERS £50 plus VAT | EARLY BIRD £65 plus VAT | NON MEMBERS £90 plus VAT
Main sponsor: The Urban Mobility Partnership
The Urban Mobility Partnership (UMP) is a ground breaking new transport partnership responsible for over a billion consumer journeys a year. It aims to discuss and promote key issues around the future of urban mobility. This is a multimodal partnership representing all key transport modes – with Stagecoach Group representing the bus, coach, rail and tram modes, Enterprise Holdings representing the car mode as founding members and Bosch as one of the leading innovators in clean air solutions. CoMoUK is UMP’s first partner organisation and will represent the views of the bikeshare community.
For more information please visit www.ump.org.uk
ACTIVE TRAVEL: Sponsored by nextbike UK
As a European market leader and bike sharing pioneer, we are making cycling an integral part of urban mobility. For over 14 years we have been developing long-lasting high quality, reliable and flexible bike share systems and establishing them as a form of local public transport on equal footing with buses and rail. We have provided cutting edge innovation to more than 200 cities across the world, including Dubai, Berlin, Pittsburgh, Cardiff and Warsaw. Our business model is commercially sustainable and based on cooperating with cities, transport companies, universities and sponsoring partners. Together, we make our cities more livable.
For more information please visit www.nextbike.co.uk
SOUTH WALES METRO AREA: Sponsored by BIPVco
BIPVco is a Newport based manufacturer of innovative and leading edge building integrated photovoltaic systems. BIPVco is committed to factory incorporation of PV functionality to the building fabric to drive quality, value, holistic / aesthetic integration and superior performance. Collaborating with major building envelope substrate and component manufacturers, BIPVco is able to offer sympathetically integrated solar powered roof and wall solutions for residential, institutional and industrial buildings. The products are ideally suited for the UK climate with excellent low light performance. The adopted thin film technology also has the advantage of being light weight, flexible and able to take the building form. It also has inbuilt design features to avoid disproportionate loss of power under partial shading. Turning buildings into power stations without making them look like one.
It became apparent that many of the features of BIPVCo CIGS solar technologies could be used within the fleet and transportation sectors to help reduce the need for excessive engine idling. MiPV solar systems eliminate the need to keep the vehicles engine operational to power the auxiliary systems. Instead, the MiPV solar systems maintain and charge your auxiliary battery / batteries, eliminating the need to idle the engine (for example. Tailgate lifts, emergency lighting, vehicle telemetry and comms equipment), saving fuel, increasing battery life and reducing the TCO of the vehicle fleet but more importantly reducing the harmful CO2 gasses being emitted into the atmosphere. MiPV CIGS panels, do not contain glass or silicone so are the ideal solar PV solution for moving applications as they can be bonded directly to the vehicle roof and provide the highest level of performance compared to other semi flexible solutions. MiPV CIGS panels do not suffer from micro fractures or excessive heat build-up.
MiPV panels are highly efficient 16%-17% efficiency), low profile ( <4mm when bonded), lightweight (less than 1kg per metre squared) and with panel performance from 55W to 360W, we have a wide range of kits suitable for most applications.
For more information please visit www.bipvco.com
We have a number of sponsorship opportunities available for the Summit to suit different budgets and requirements.
Our events typically offer a range of speaking and promotional opportunities, before during and after the event as well as a chance to showcase your organisation to a high profile audience.
If you would are interested in sponsoring the event, please get in contact with Rhodri Thomas on 029 2043 1713