ICFM speaker joins conference line-up
14 November 2018
Author: Simon Harris
Paul Hollick has joined the line-up of speakers at the National Green Mobility Conference, to be held on 6 December in Milton Keynes.
Hollick will talk about the strategy behind implementing ultra-low emission vehicles - using data to identify where they'll work, ensuring the charging infrastructure is in place and then the ongoing monitoring of drivers (particularly of plug-in hybrid vehicles).
A well-known industry figure, Hollick is also a panellist and presenter at various domestic and international conferences.
He has had a diverse career, having had senior board roles within retail, OEM, leasing, fleet management, fuel, mobility and technology businesses.
Paul has dedicated the last 15 years to the fleet sector. His current roles support training and development of the next generation of leaders within our industry (ICFM), while his role as managing director at consultancy TMC aims to push the global market boundaries within the mobility and big data sector.
He recently featured on BBC News talking about how TMC's data shows corporate drivers of plug-ins are not charging their vehicles and subsequently achieving high fuel consumption and emitting more greenhouse gases.
The National Green Mobility Conference will be held at the Jurys Inn, Milton Keynes. For more details and how to register to attend, click here.