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The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership is an action and advisory group, established in 2003 to take a lead in accelerating the shift to low carbon vehicles and fuels in the UK and to help ensure that UK business can benefit from that shift.
The LowCVP is a partnership of around 200 organisations from the automotive and fuel industries, the environmental sector, government, academia, road user groups and other organisations with a stake in the low carbon vehicles and fuels agenda.
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The Partnership became a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee in April 2009.
The Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership plays a key role in helping Government to deliver its low carbon transport strategy. The objective of the Strategy is to ensure that the UK takes a leading role in the global shift towards low carbon transport. The activities of the Partnership are governed through a Memorandum and Articles of Association. A multi-stakeholder Board of Directors is responsible for the direction and outputs of the Partnership.
A Members Council, comprising a cross-section of stakeholders oversees the work programme and supports the Secretariat.
Five Working Groups focus on the main areas of activity and establish project teams for specific tasks.
The Partnership’s work is coordinated by a permanent Secretariat headed by the LowCVP Managing Director.