On 30 November, the Policy Learning Platform is hosting the first webinar of the e-mobility trilogy, from 14:00 to 15:30 PM!
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.
What you can expect
- Keynote speech by Jeroen Golstein from the province of Utrecht on the procurement and roll-out of electric buses (eBussed)
- Aleksi Heinonen from Turku University of Applied Sciences will present a project achievement: The eBussed readiness indicator tool
- Sava Chiser from the Regional Development Agency Centre will present the good practice: Upgrading the trolleybus system and procuring new e-busses for the City of Brasov, Romania (E-MOB)
- Additional speaker to be confirmed shortly.
E-mobility II - Roll-out of charging infrastructure on 7 December from 14:00 to 15:30 PM
E-mobility III - Integrating e-mobility into territorial planning on 14 December from 14:00 to 15:30 PM
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On 7 December, the e-mobility trilogy is continuing on the topic of the roll-out of charging infrastructure from 14:00 to 15:30 PM!
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