Zero Emissions Vehicle Test Track Confirmed at Future Resource
Future Resource has grown into one of the most important shows of the Prysm Environmental Portfolio despite it being such a young show. The event confirmed this with the interest and demand received at Future Resource 2019, including the huge new addition - a test track for zero-emission vehicles at the show.
With the continued progression towards a reliance on electric vehicles, Future Resource is proud to be one of the only environmental exhibitions to boast a test track for the zero-emissions vehicles on display at the show. This track was an incredible opportunity to not only witness and understand how good these vehicles are on the road, but to experience them first hand.
This is a unique feature that is not only a great bit of fun at the show but also a fantastic insight into how far electric vehicles have come. The test track put to sleep any issues or qualms with this new age of vehicle technology. As well as vehicles being on display here, there was a pit lane to display all the supporting technology - including charge points, batteries and all other accessories for the amazing vehicles on display, ready for all manner of inspection from the visitors.
This new feature showed just how much money can be saved on fuel costs whilst also cutting emissions, making for a clean conscience and no loss in productivity. The perfect feature for fleet managers or companies that require more economic and efficient alternatives to their vehicle needs.
There truly are a plethora of additional benefits to electric vehicles aside from their environmental impact and this will be the prime location to learn about and get on board with a trend that will inevitably take over multiple industries across the globe.
If you wish to find out how to be involved with this amazing feature at the 2020 show, then be sure to get in contact with Nick Woore at firstname.lastname@example.org on 0117 929 6083. There are also sponsorship opportunities available, so be sure to inquire further when talking to Nick.