May 26, 2021

FREE ONLINE CONFERENCE

3 pm (UK: BST), 4 pm (EU: CET), 9 am (USA: CST)

How to watch on demand

You will be able to view the event on any device by logging in to the virtual platform, you will need to register first. If you are already registered click here and follow the steps below.

 

The process is easy:

• Visit www.npp-virtual.com and log in using the e-mail address that you used to register;

• Set your password, (include upper and lower case and a special character). If you forget your password, there is a 'reset password' option.

 

Please contact the following with any questions or difficulties: Gabby McNamara (gabby.mcnamara@khl.com) or Murray Pollok (murray.pollok@khl.com).

The New Power Progress Summit (NPP) was held on May 26 and is devoted to the fast-growing world of electrification, hybrids and new power technology for the global vehicle and equipment markets.

An exciting line-up of top-level industry speakers was assembled by the Diesel Progress team of editors and the subjects to be covered included:

  • The growth and benefits of hydrogen as a power source for off-highway equipment and commercial vehicles
  • The challenge of reaching zero emissions transport systems in an inner city environment
  • The latest developments in fuel cell technology
  • Battery research – the latest technology
  • Developments in electric and hybrid powertrain systems

 

The summit covered electrification, hybrid, battery, powertrain and new power technologies for the global vehicle and equipment markets.

 

The summit is aimed at anyone who wants the latest news, views and technology updates in the sectors of electrification and alternative technologies.

 

“The New Power Progress Summit is an unmissable opportunity to hear the news and views of key industry leaders in this exciting and fast developing area.”

 

The first Diesel Progress Summit attracted more than 300 delegates and was held in 2019 in Louisville, Kentucky.

 

Incredibly last year’s virtual Summit attracted more than 1400 registrations from 77 countries.

 

The third “in person” Diesel Progress Summit is also being planned for October this year in Chicago.

 

“The New Power Progress Summit is a logical extension to the Diesel Progress Summit which has been a huge success and is now a fixture in the diaries of anyone working in the sectors which we cover.”

 

Ian Cameron

Editor, New Power Progress

Over 1600 delegates registered

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