Quentin Willson

TV presenter and motoring expert Quentin Willson is perhaps most widely known as the presenter of the motoring programmes Fifth Gear and the original incarnation of Top Gear. Since early 2011, Willson has been the national spokesman for FairFuelUK campaining for lower government fuel duty, and has been involved in the push towards lesser polluting vehicles for some time.

Stephanie Edwards

Stephanie Edwards is Head of Strategy at the UK Office for Low Emission Vehicles, the central Government team which is spending over £600 million out to 2020 to promote the uptake of ultra low emission vehicles in the UK. Stephanie oversees the Go Ultra Low communications campaign and is developing the Government’s long term strategy to ensure all new cars and vans are zero emission by 2040.

Helen Matthews

Helen is Head of Transport Policy for the North East Combined Authority, leading on amongst other things a £3m project to install electric vehicle charging infrastructure across the NECA area and upgrade the existing charging point.

Mike Holleran

Mike has been in the Fleet Management industry for 31 years. He has worked for Alphabet for 12 years following the merger of ING Car Lease and Appleyard Vehicle Contracts prior to that.

Carl Nicholson

Carl Nicholson has been the Fleet and Asset Manager for North Somerset Council since 2006. He has extensive knowledge of Fleet Management within the public sector and is on a charge to convert the entire light car and van fleet to zero emissions by 2020 as part of the OLEV Go Ultra Low City scheme for the South West.