Registration for AEC 2023 are open
The EU’s climate ambitions have prompted lawmakers to virtually agree on an end date for internal combustion engines within the next decade so that electric vehicles will become the main vehicles available on European roads in the near future. AVERE welcomes this commitment which will help make our roads cleaner and healthier.
While setting a clear end date for the combustion engine was a prerequisite for the deployment of EVs on the road, it will be important, as a second step, to address the key enablers for the industry to join forces and bridge the gap to create a future-proof and optimal emobility ecosystem.
AEC2023 is at a crossroads for industry, consumers and government to join forces to take emobility to the next level. This conference will thus rest on five pillars that will constitute the key enablers for a smooth transition to zero-emission mobility.
EV36 Registrations are open - Get your early bird ticket now!
Secure your admission in advance and take advantage of early bird pricing, lasting until February 10. Looking forward to meeting in sunny Sacramento at the flagship event dedicated to the EV industry.
Open call by industry to EU Commission to ensure all new freight trucks are zero emission from 2035 with a limited exception for vocational trucks
The upcoming proposal by the European Commission to revise the CO2 emission standards for new heavy-duty vehicles (HDVs) will determine the future of the European road freight sector. Although heavy-duty trucks represent only 2% of the vehicles on European roads, their climate emissions account for more than a quarter of the EU’s road transport emissions and have been increasing continuously over the past decade. Road transport and HDVs are also one of largest sources of particulate matter (PM) and nitrogen oxides (NOx) emissions, which the European Environment Agency estimates to cause 350,000 premature deaths per year in the EU.