SOE: UK Fuel Efficiency Forum
Wednesday, 19 October 2011
UK Fuel Efficiency Forum
Date:19th Oct 2011
Venue address:Millbrook Proving Ground Ltd., Millbrook, Bedford, MK45 2JQ
Gain invaluable market intelligence and work with key industry leaders who will highlight future trends and developments to improve fuel efficiency.
Discussion topics include:
Influencing factors on fuel consumption
Low rolling resistance and its effect on fuel consumption
Impact of transmission architecture and operation on fuel efficiency
Tailoring transmissions to duty cycle
The new Bridgestone Ecopia Environmental tyre and it’s fuel efficiency advantages
Bridgestone’s Total Fleet Management package
Engine selection and impact on fuel efficiency
Ride and drive
Join the fast track and access Millbrook’s premier test facility and drive a range of large commercial vehicles from refuse trucks to buses and dumper trucks.
Members' price | £80.00 + VAT
Non-members' price | £95.00 + VAT
To book please download a registration form below.
UK Fuel Efficiency Forum 2011 - Registration Form [PDF - 59kB]
For more information please contact Emma Thompson on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 020 7630 2174.
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