As the electrification in transport is taking off in the cities and regions, we need to facilitate this development with a sustainable and long-term vision. The success of the e-mobility depends on multiple factors, including the generation and provision of clean energy, wider user-acceptance and large-scale deployment of green transport. With its prominent role in electric mobility, eCharge4Drivers will be presented in a session that will aim at placing these factors into broader urban and peri-urban perspectives and present the solutions adopted in the EU-funded initiatives. It will showcase concrete cases and examples on how to overcome the common challenge in the electrification of urban transport through cooperation and networking of the European cities and regions.
Registrations are open until 14 October.
(10 min) Short overview of the main obstacles of the electrification in the urban areas
Clean Mobile Energy (Interreg): presenting Smart Energy System integrating renewable Energy and Electric Vehicles
eCharge4Drivers (H2020): focusing on the users and substantially improve the EV charging experience within cities
ASSURED and SOLUTIONSPlus (H2020): addressing the integration of the e-vehicles and charging infrastructure into the urban areas
(20 min) The floor is yours
Moderator: Sabina Asanova, Senior Project Manager, Polis, Belgium.
-Sergio Fernandez, Head of the International Collaboration Projects department, EMT Madrid, Spain.
-Angel Lopez, Director of Electromobility Strategy, Barcelona City Council, Spain.
-Peter Swart, Policy Advisor Environment, City of Arnhem, Netherlands.
More information is available on the event’s official website.