Registrations are now CLOSED for the 3rd E-mobility Stakeholder Forum. To download the latest version of the agenda, please click here.
You can also find a list of speaker biographies here.
The EU's three flagship electromobility projects will present their findings and plans on electromobility in Europe, covering topics such as smart technology, standardisation, electric urban freight and the benefits of electric vehicles to society and the environment. With Green eMotion drawing to a close, attendees will also have an opportunity to hear their final results and project conclusions.
The forum will be a mixture of parallel workshop sessions and high level round tables with participation from EU, national and regional political stakeholders as well and industry and research institutes. There are three parallel workshop sessions throughout the event and you are asked to register in advance for which session you wish to attend. The following topics will be covered:
Session 1 - Wednesday 25 February, 16.00-17.30
Business Models: Making the case - The integration of EVs into the business environment. Making the business case fit the reality of today. Examples of best practice
Selling the (new) reality - What is the role of both public and private sectors with regards to promoting e-mobility? Market segmentation – how EVs can ‘tick’ all boxes for all sectors?
Making the connection - From grid management to the vehicle on the street, how do we cater for widespread EV uptake? What are the strategies for making this work?
Session 2 - Thursday 26 February, 11.00-12.30
Integrating Urban Modality - Real world implementation of e-mobility in the urban environment
Fact from fiction - How EVs will solve the pressing environmental challenge – from the courts to the streets
More than just charging a battery - How smart technology is complimenting EV opportunities
Session 3 - Thursday 26 February, 13.30-15.00
The path to 2030 - By 2030, our cities should be well on the way to being fossil-fuel free. What is the view of the OEM’s to achieving this?
How to reach the goal? - Public policy has us on a trajectory to zero emission by 2050 – is that fast enough? What more should we be doing?
More than a connector - While the EU Directives have confirmed the connectors, there are more standards required to make the new system work
When & Where
FREVUE, I-CVUE and ZeEUS
Scope: Demonstrating in eight of Europe’s largest cities that the current generation of electric freight vehicles operating last-mile freight movements in urban environments are a viable alternative to conventional diesel vehicles.
Scope: I-CVUE aims at increasing the number of EVs in large fleets in urban areas by mentoring fleet operators and making concrete recommendations for the replacements of current fleet vehicles by EVs.
Scope: Testing electrification solutions at the heart of the urban bus system network through live urban demonstrations and facilitating the market uptake of electric buses in Europe.