Event Date: 2020-08-06 12:30

Aug. 6. WLG & online. Ministry of Transport's Green Freight Working Paper

The Transport Knowledge Hub and ITS New Zealand are pleased to jointly host this event. 

Time: 12.30-2.30PM, Thursday August 6th
Location:
 3 Queens Wharf Wellington (Link for video livestream below)

The argument has been made for the electrification of New Zealand’s light vehicle fleet as a step towards reducing greenhouse gas emissions from the transport sector. Prior to the Green Freight project, however, there had been less emphasis at the Government level on how we address greenhouse gas emissions from our heavy vehicle fleet. The Green Freight project has looked into this, with a focus on how we support a transition to alternative green fuels. Working with industry, academia, the energy sector and New Zealand organisations leading the way in this space, the Ministry of Transport has developed a strategic working paper outlining a range of options to support a transition. We invite you to join us for a recap on the projects findings, and discussion on where to next.

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Event Times

12.30PM light lunch provided by ITSNZ

1PM Opening Comments - Mike Rudge, Chair, Intelligent Transportation Systems (Inc) ITSNZ

Mike has 30 years of local and international experience in the transport sector. Prior to establishing Rudge Consulting in 2019 Mike led Stantec’s ITS and Connected Vehicle business for Australia and NZ.

1.10PM Green Freight Project Presentation - Dave Hadley, Principal Advisor, Strategic Policy and Innovation, Ministry of Transport

Dave has been with the Ministry of Transport for a little over a year. He has 19 years experience working in Government in New Zealand across a number of agencies including the New Zealand Defence Force, Ministry of Justice, Department of Corrections and Inland Revenue. His background is in psychology, strategy development, strategic thinking and programme management. He has spent the past few years working with executive teams and boards as an advisor, working across a range of projects and portfolios. As well as leading the Green Freight project at the Ministry, Dave is the lead for the Autonomous Vehicles work programme.


Please RSVP by Monday 3 August if you plan to attend the event in person so catering numbers can be confirmed for the light lunch or email

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