Tim Campbell, Managing Director of Campbells Electric Vehicle Consultancy, will be speaking at Logistics Manager’s ESG Industrial and Logistics Conference in London on 15 June 2023.
He will discuss the role of properties as ‘the fuel stations of the future’. His presentation will cover everything that occupiers of industrial and logistics properties need to know about using facilities for EV charging.
Campbell is one of the leading consultants in helping fleets transition from diesel to electric / hydrogen fuel cell and has over 35 years experience of working in the commercial vehicle industry.
Working at various van and truck manufacturers and as a Contract/Hire Leasing Director, he also had his own commercial vehicle research company and concentrates on consultancy managing the transition from diesel to electric / hydrogen fuel cell for key players in the sector.
He was seconded to the UK National Grid, Ventures Division, as the Senior Commercial Vehicle Consultant looking at the strategic implications of the UK’s route to zero emissions in the van and truck sector up to 2040.
Tim holds a Galileo Master Certificate in Electric Vehicles and Energy Storage from the European Energy Centre and is a Council Member of Zemo, a government think tank. He has contributed to the UK government’s Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce Report as well as consulting on the Government Consultation document on the route to zero for heavy commercial vehicles which set out the path to zero emissions for vehicles by 2035.
He is also the Senior Decarbonisation Consultant to Logistics UK, which is the country’s largest logistics association with over 19,000 members and helps provide consulting services to their members for both light and heavy commercial vehicles.
Furthermore, he is the electric van and truck trainer for the British Vehicle and Rental Association (BVRLA) representing over 1,000 rental and leasing companies in the UK. He is also the Chair of the Truck Infrastructure Group (TIG) which is a regular meeting of the truck manufacturers, National Grid, the Department of Transport, Transport Scotland, and the Welsh government to ensure the UK develops sufficient infrastructure for both electric and hydrogen over the coming years.
The ESG Industrial and Logistics Conference is a one-day face-to-face event that will allow industrial and logistics property tenants to learn how they can leverage their property to help them with their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) strategies.
Conference attendees will discover all of the latest industrial and logistics property ESG trends and insights. On top of hearing from industry leading experts, there will also be opportunity for attendees to expand their business network during networking breaks.
Furthermore, the event offers attendees a total of 3.5 CPD hours – accredited by the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport – to keep up with their professional development.