Attend Achieving Rail Decarbonisation on 22 September for your complete guide to how decarbonisation of the UK rail network can be achieved. You will hear updates on the latest policy, traction and non-traction strategies. The event explores how decarbonisation of passenger and freight services can be supported, where progress has been made, and what more needs to be done.
Attend to hear experts share critical insight on the electrification of the network and the roles of different modes of traction – from battery to hydrogen – in reducing emissions. Understand how the rail industry can drive the wider decarbonisation agenda through modal shift and implementing sustainability initiatives alongside local authorities.
This conference has now passed, but you can still register to watch all of the content from the day on demand.
Hear critical insight from the Department for Transport on the recently published Transport Decarboniation Plan
Understand what the Williams-Shapps Plan means for decarbonisation and the scope it creates for new initiatives
Explore how decarbonisation projects can be practically delivered and what the network should look like in the future
Evaluate the viability of alternative modes of traction, including battery, hydrogen and electric
Receive practical guidance on how to successfully collaborate and implement non-traction decarbonisation projects – from installing solar panels at depots to station enhancements
Discover innovative low carbon construction practices being implemented in the delivery of new rail infrastructure
Join live and watch back on demand – all the sessions are made available after the event