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Webinar trilogy on e-mobility

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The Policy Learning Platform is hosting a trilogy on the topic of e-mobility! Join us starting from 30 November, every Tuesday from 14:00 to 15:30 PM!  

Regions across Europe face a number of challenges in supporting uptake of e-mobility, which will be an essential part of decarbonising the mobility sector, particularly for urban transportation. This webinar series will explore e-mobility from three angles – public transport, charging infrastructure, and city strategies – to provide an overview of challenges, opportunities and proven good practices in each sector.

Make sure to register to the sessions you would like to attend below: 

Encouraging more people to use public transport is a major part of our decarbonization effort, but we must also ensure that transport fleets themselves contribute to zero-emission goals. This will require procurement of new vehicles, new infrastructure development, innovations in finance and business models, and development of new maintenance and operational skills.

Hear from cities on their experiences on electrifying public transport, and discover lessons and results from Interreg Europe projects like eBussed and E-MOB

30 November from 14:00 to 15:30 PM - Register today! 

Uptake of electric vehicles will only become widespread once adequate charging infrastructure becomes available, however, this is often viewed as a 'chicken and egg' problem – which comes first, the users, or the infrastructure? Public authorities need to play an active role in deployment of charge points, but how can they procure the right equipment and select the most beneficial sites for installation?

Join us to hear from cities on their experiences of rolling out charging infrastructure and discover lessons and results from Interreg Europe projects including EMOBICITY and e-MOPOLI

7 December from 14:00 to 15:30 PM - Register today!

E-mobility will have a profound impact on the wider city, in particular affecting the electricity grid and transport flows. It, therefore, needs to be considered in relation to energy policy, regional development strategies, and engagement with public and private stakeholders.

Hear from cities and regions on their experiences of developing e-mobility strategies and embedding e-mobility into city frameworks, and discover lessons and results from Interreg Europe projects such as PROMETEUS and POTEnT.

14 December from 14:00 to 15:30 PM - Register today!

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