Geostud present at LCV-CAM 2022 

From 05-08 September 2022, in Milbrook, Bedforshire, UK, the Geostud delegation was present together with Emanuela Cristescu, Trade Development Adviser – Department of International Trade of the UK Embassy in Romania (DIT), at LCV-CAM, the most important event on low carbon vehicles and automotive technology in the UK.

The event was organised by the Department for International Trade and aimed to promote, understand and experience technological achievements in green mobility.

As such, the automotive sector’s progress towards reducing carbon emissions was celebrated through CenexLCV – the International Zero-Carbon and CAM Trade Visit Programme (UK).

The event programme started with visits to UK automotive companies and centres of excellence. The focus was on the electric vehicle battery supply chain, connected mobility, automated mobility and hydrogen for mobility. The visits were followed by the testing of zero carbon vehicles at Millbrook Field.

“For Geostud, attending LCV-CAM 2022 was a great opportunity to see, discover and experience the achievements of the industrial-green revolution. The topics covered in the seminars, the technology exhibition as well as experiencing the latest automotive innovations, gives confidence in the possibility of achieving the zero emission goal. The networking facilitated during the event created valuable opportunities for Geostud and implicitly for Romania”, says Petru Nicolae, Geostud General Manager.

This year’s LCV-CAM seminar programme combined topics on low carbon vehicles, connected automated mobility and energy for transport. The programme highlighted the technological, political and economic trends driving the transformation of the automotive market, research and industrialisation areas with the aim of ensuring a competitive automotive supply chain in the UK.

The event was led by leading figures from government and industry, and presentations from companies and universities focused on innovative research and development in automotive technology.  In addition UK government officials discussed ways in which they can support UK business opportunities and potential investors.