As it stands, the UK will not comply with the legal limits set out in the Climate Change Act for air quality until 2025.

The need to build thousands of homes in the South East combined with the urgent need to reduce levels of harmful emissions from diesel vehicles represents a significant challenge for transport and construction businesses.

Certas Energy is hosting this one-day conference to:

  • Address the challenges, and opportunities, for businesses in reducing emissions to improve air quality
  • Provide an update on how local and national Government are proposing to tackle the air quality issue
  • Highlight the availability of cleaner alternatives to diesel including Shell GTL Fuel
  • Deliver practical advice to businesses on how they can make a difference today with smarter fuel choices

Key speakers and talks confirmed so far:

'How the Digital Economy can help Clean Air' - Sebastian Giraud, Director, Girin Strategy

'Shell GTL: A Solution for Cleaner Cities', Marcel van den Berg, Sales and Business Development Manager, Shell GTL Fuel

'The need for real world emissions testing' - Massimo Fedeli, Business Development Director (Europe), Emissions Analytics

'Championing a cleaner fuel for cleaner air' - Brian Worrall, Director of Corporate Affairs, Certas Energy

'The importance of clean air to The Aspinall Foundation’s animal breeding programme' - David Sutton, Estates Manager at The Aspinall Foundation

'Air Quality and Public Sector Action' - Deborah Kapaj, Sustainable Estates Programme Manager, Kent County Council 

'How can we ensure cleaner air for the people of Kent?' - Professor Stephen Peckham, Director, Centre for Health Services Studies, Kent University

'How are emissions from road haulage changing?' - Duncan Buchanan, Policy Director, Road Haulage Association

Watch this space for more speakers to be announced!

For live updates about the conference follow Certas Energy on Twitter @CertasBusiness and LinkedIn #CleanAirConf

Book your free place by completing the booking form by Wednesday 1st November or please contact for any queries.