Event Host & Independent Energy Expert
Kate specialises in Electric Vehicles, Recharging Infrastructure and Energy Retailing and was the first recipient of the GREENFLEET EV Champion Award in 2014. She has been a strong advocate of the electrification of transport since 2010, and has been involved in a range of ground-breaking projects including the design and technical specification of the recharging infrastructure for the London 2012 Olympic Electric Vehicle Fleet. She has worked closely with OEMs, Infrastructure providers and Energy Companies across Europe.
Founder, FairCharge & Motoring Journalist
One of the UK’s best-known motoring faces, Quentin was a Top Gear presenter for over a decade, wrote and presented BBC2’s The Car’s The Star, started Channel 5’s Fifth Gear, created the Britain’s Worst Driver format (now shown in 14 international territories) and The Classic Car Show.
Chairman, The Association of Fleet Professionals (AFP)
Paul is a recognised industry figure, panellist and presenter at various domestic and international conferences. He is widely regarded as an expert in Electrifying Corporate Fleets, MaaS/ Big Data solutions and managing businesses to reach the peak of their potential.
Corporate Fleet Manager, Dundee City Council
Fraser Crichton is the Corporate Fleet Manager for Dundee City Council. Fraser has been at the forefront of developing and implementing electric vehicles (EVs) and charging infrastructure within Dundee since 2010. He has overseen the growth of the council fleet of EVs and now has one of the largest electric fleets of any local authority in the UK.
Head of Fleet Transformation, Royal Mail
With more than 20 years of experience, Stuart Murphy is the Head of Fleet Transformation for Royal Mail. He most recently led the team that has overseen the introduction to Royal Mail’s fleet of over 4000 electric vehicles, 80 Bio-CNG fuelled trucks and the supporting infrastructure across the UK.
Fleet Modernisation Lead, London Ambulance Service NHS Trust
With a passion for sustainable transport Chris has experience of running an internationally award winning ‘green fleet’. At the London Ambulance Service, Chris sponsors all major fleet projects whilst developing an ultra low emission, emergency response fleet.
Fleet Manager - Global Procurement, National Grid
Winner of the Barbara Cox Automotive Woman of the Year award, Lorna joined E.ON as an IT Project Manager before moving to the fleet team to head up group-wide telematics and carbon reduction projects, subsequently being appointed Commercial Vehicle Manager. Having worked in Germany on a global fleet project she returned to the UK and joined Royal Mail in 2014.
Vice-Chair, ChargeUK & Connected Kerb
Policy and public affairs professional with 20 years of UK and EU experience in technology, telecoms, infrastructure and media. Passionate about helping scale-ups to shape policy. Motivated by the urgent need to decarbonise our economies.
Deputy Director, Driving the Electric Revolution, Innovate UK
Venn is Deputy Director for Driving the Electric Revolution. This Challenge is growing the UK’s Power Electronics, Machines and Drives (PEMD) supply chains across all sectors from energy to rail, automotive to marine and industrial to aerospace. This is being done through co-investment with industry in collaborative research and development projects, providing accessible industrialisation equipment and the development of the skilled workforce that sits behind this.
Chief Strategy Officer, Paythru
Sara has been involved in delivering sustainability centred infrastructure projects for over fifteen years both in the private and public sector. She brings an understanding of the lifecycle of EV infrastructure and the necessary steps required to successfully implement an effective Sustainability strategy.
Chief Vehicle Officer, GRIDSERVE Sustainable Energy
Sam Clarke is a life-long entrepreneur, EV evangelist, industry advisor and EV driver for nearly 20 years. He was a 2015 winner at the Great British Entrepreneurs Awards and in 2022 was voted #25 in the greenfleet.net top 100 most influential people in Low Carbon Fleets and #5 in the Motor Transport Power Players for 2022.
Kate is a passionate advocate for climate change, Kate has been working within the EV industry since 2019 and driving an electric vehicle since September 2020. Kate's experience navigating an ever-developing landscape of public charge infrastructure and a few risky late-night charge situations has driven her to deliver an effective solution for motorists' safety when using chargers away from home.
Councillor, Oxford City Council (Dr) Anna Railton is an Oxford city councillor for Hinksey Park and the cabinet member for Zero Carbon Oxford and Climate Justice. She got into politics because of the climate emergency and is an advocate for the importance of both social housing and active travel. Her day job is working in machine learning for a tech company.
Head of Partnerships, Zapmap As Head of Partnerships at Zapmap, Harrison is responsible for developing commercial and strategic relationships across the broad e-mobility sector. The focus of his role is to help organisations leverage Zapmap's unique EV charging data and service offering in order to electrify their customer propositions. Passionate about the green transition and with a career spanning over a decade, Harrison has previously worked at other clean-tech organisations notably Moixa, Kiwi Power and Innowatts.
Transport Policy Lead, ADEPT The Association of Directors of Environment, Economy, Planning & Transport (ADEPT) brings together ‘directors of place’ from county, unitary, metropolitan and combined authorities across England. Our primary role is to take the lead in transforming local authorities. We achieve this by developing best practices and by responding to government initiatives and consultations.
Sustainable Innovation Programme Team Lead, Environmental Sustainability, Oxford City Council Tina leads the Innovation Programme for Oxford City Council, including creation and implementation of the City’s EV Public Infrastructure Strategy and projects including Energy Superhub Oxford (ESO) and Go Ultra Low Oxford (GUL-O). ESO is a £40 million flagship project under the government’s Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund, demonstrating innovation in the decarbonisation of power, transport and heat to accelerate Oxford’s zero carbon journey. The project has delivered the largest public EV charging hub in the UK alongside supporting Oxford City Council on its journey to migrate 25% of its fleet to electric vehicles by 2023.
Head of Energy, National Highways
A Chartered Civil Engineer working in Highways England, where Malcolm has had a variety of roles. He has managed teams delivering major projects, such as the A30 Bodmin to Indian Queens, and teams responsible for network maintenance and operation across the South West.