Our December webinar will provide an overview and an evaluation of the performance of the EV sector across 2020.
The global e-mobility sector has had a turbulent year, especially due to the recent COVID-19 crisis. In this world tour webinar, we will get insights from some of the world’s leading EV experts and influencers who will reflect on the past year, what it has meant for the sector, and what we can look forward to for the coming five years.
With guests ranging from the US, to Canada, South Africa, and back to Europe attendees will have the opportunity to hear some of the most interesting success stories and how each region has handled the devastating COVID-19 crisis.
Jeff Allen, Executive Director – Forth (USA)
Hiten Parmar, Director – uYilo e-Mobility Programme (South Africa)
Catherine Kargas, Director – Electric Mobility Canada (Canada)
Franz Loogen, President – e-mobil BW (Germany)
Ticket Price: Ticket Price: 45 Euros/Free for AVERE Members! (contact us directly for your free ticket)
One of the fastest ways to accelerate the transition to an electric mobility future is to scale the electrification of fleet vehicles. Many corporates and public sector entities are now taking advantage of the low total cost of ownership. But how do we raise awareness and unlock this huge opportunity?
This Eurelectric high-level event will strenghten political and industrial momentum for accelerating electric mobility and will explore EV market trends and sustainable growth acceleration strategies. We will bring together amongst others: charging station operators and service providers, car manufacturers, industry captains, national and EU policy makers, academia and corporates to participate in inspiring and interactive sessions and enjoy a rich exhibition dedicated to the sector.
Main topics will include:
E-Vision will mark also the launch of a joint Eurelectric-EY work on fleet electrification.
The project will look at EV fleets across different use-case segments as the catalyst for scaling up e-mobility in Europe, detailing the opportunities for innovators and the needed policies to overcome hurdles.