Cenex, the UK’s centre of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies is a not-for-profit, independent delivery and research organisation. Cenex was originally established in 2005 with support from the Automotive Unit of the Department of Trade and Industry (now the Department of Business Innovation and Skills) and now operates as a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee and is managed by a team of full and part-time staff, supported by associates.
Cenex has an established track record of delivering programme and project activities for a range of public and private sector clients associated with low carbon vehicles and infrastructure, including low carbon fleet reviews and technology trials. Cenex is known for its research into the market dynamics for low carbon transport, as well as its analysis of real-world operation and user behaviour for electric vehicles and vehicles running on natural gas, biomethane and hydrogen.
Cenex annually organises “LCV”, the largest low carbon vehicle event in the UK. Cenex also provides the secretariat for The Electric Vehicle Supply Equipment Association and currently chairs the organisation. Cenex is a board member of the Advanced Propulsion Centre, the Automotive Council and the European Union’s Climate Knowledge and Innovation Community West Midlands Region.
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