The event draws conclusions from the E-Mobility Works project, which developed municipal e-mobility action plans. These plans included close cooperation between the municipality, businesses and stakeholders in their delivery and construction.
Stakeholders in the plans included energy supply companies, car-sharing providers, charging station providers, local banks, etc. Included in the plans were cost-benefit analyses of different vehicles, the use of subsidies, test events for decision-makers and fleet managers, internal procurement rules for vehicles and energy supply and information days for employees and the general public.
The aim of the plan was to deliver new decision-making processes in municipalities and businesses to cover e-mobility needs and to develop a three stage approach in the development of e-mobility initiatives: testing, evaluating and standardising.
The Conference is an Energy Day and so part of the EU’s Sustainable Energy Week. The conference will:
• Outline the key results from the project
• Describe the electro-mobility policy of the EU Institutions
• Look at the future of electro-mobility in cities
By taking part in the conference, you will learn about how municipalities can work closely with local SME to deliver sustainable transport solutions. You will also discover how electro-mobility can help Mayors tackle bad air quality in their cities.
The conference agenda will published shortly. The conference is free and will be followed by a small buffet reception.
We are looking forward to see you in Brussels!
Venue: Conference Centre Greater Birmingham and West Midlands Brussels Office
Date, From: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 | Starting at 14:00
To: Tuesday, June 14, 2016 | Ending at 17:30