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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In order to support the mobilisation of real estate professionals, the CLER - Network for Energy Transition has developed a specific programme called "Actimmo"
The partner in the spotlight for this interview is Milton Keynes City Council, with its projects and goals.
In November 2021, Flanders Region approved 210 projects for the deployment of 9 800 charge point equivalents in the coming two years.
The first webinar of the 1 Phase series is dedicated to community engagement. The webinar will take place on Thursday, December 9, from 10 AM to 11 AM CET.
The second webinar of the Phase 1 series is dedicated to capacity building. The webinar will take place on Friday, December 10, from 11 AM to 12 PM CET.
Join us for the final webinar of the e-mobility trilogy on integrating e-mobility into territorial planning from 14:00 to 15:30 PM!