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    Cenex announces NAA member as media partner for Low Carbon Vehicle event

    Cenex has announced that the media partner for its Low Carbon Vehicle event LCV2012 is, the UK’s original green car news website, run by NAA member Promote.

    NAA members are invited to exhibit as part of the NAA stand at Cenex LCV2012, the UK’s largest annual business-to-business low carbon vehicle event, and, run by NAA member Promote, has been announced as media partner for the event.

    Cenex Chief Executive Officer, Robert Evans commented, “LCV has established its position as the key industry event in the low carbon vehicle sector’s calendar, and we are pleased to have as a media partner for LCV2012. We feel will provide our exhibitors with a platform for the broader promotion of the vehicles and technologies they will be showcasing at LCV2012. We will be collaborating to support LCV2012 and its exhibitors via regular updates and features in the run-up to the event appearing on the website.”

    Paul Clarke, Founder and Editor of added, “We are very pleased to be working with LCV2012 as a media partner. For more than six years, has been at the forefront of reporting on ‘green’ cars and industry trends and we’ve worked with Cenex since the very first LCV event, so I’m looking forward to supporting it this year and helping to make LCV2012 the most successful B2B low carbon vehicle event ever.”

    Media partner,, ( ) is the UK’s original green car news site, founded in 2006, providing information to a consumer and industry audience about the latest green cars, industry developments and technology advancements.

    The LCV event is now in its fifth year, returning to Millbrook Proving Grounds, Bedfordshire, for the fourth time, on 5 – 6 September 2012. Last year, LCV2011 attracted more than 2,300 delegates from the low carbon vehicle sector (up 32% on 2010) and 110 exhibitors, including high-profile vehicle manufacturers such as Jaguar Land Rover, Ford, Nissan and General Motors, as well as a host of technology and infrastructure suppliers.

    Cenex’s LCV events are held in partnership with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills, the Technology Strategy Board, and UK Trade and Investment.

    Follow the latest news about the LCV event at

    NAA members that would like to exhibit at the event should contact Carol Holden.

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