Invitation

The online conference Promoting electric mobility in urban europe  has three main focuses:

» the use of electric vehicles in public fleets
» electric vehicles in emerging markets
» policy support for electric vehicles

We look forward to an overview of the situation in various European countries and an exciting discussion in one of the most important issues in the traffic sector

Stephan Schmid, co-ordinator and all Partners of the proEME-project

You have two options of participation


send us a an email
amtelectric@metropolregion.de

You will receive an email with the access data

 

the conference will be broadcast live

https://youtu.be/BhxrIYszXFw

Program

Session 1: Electric Vehicles in public Fleets

By using electric vehicles in their fleets, municipalities can significantly contribute towards increasing acceptance for electromobility and gain experience which will help to create favourable framework conditions for electromobility. Demonstrating readiness for use stimulates demand for electric vehicles among private and commercial customers.

10:00
Introduction/Moderation
Caren Beckers

10:05
Electric vehicles in public fleets of municipalities in Denmark    
Gent Harbro (Copenhagen Electric)

10:20
electrify municipal fleets in europe
Best practice: Fleet electric: the Metropolitan Region Hannover Braunschweig Göttingen Wolfsburg has the experiences of one of the largest fleet of electric cars in europe. Proposal: European initiative to procure electric vehicles for municipalities and municipal entities.
Raimund Nowak (Managing Director Metropolregion Hannover Braunschweig Göttingen Wolfsburg)

10:35
Electric Vehicle Decision Support Model
live presentation https://dsm.vector21.de/car.html
Özcan Deniz (German Aerospace Center, DLR)

11:05
Discussion      

11:30
End of Session 1  

 

Session 2: Electric Vehicles in Emerging Markets

 

13:00
Introduction
Janos Ungar

13:05
The Electric vehicle-Market in Hungary
Miklós Gyalai-Korpos (Hungarian Electromobility Association)

13:20
Nissan Electric vehicle strategy and market landscape in Central Eastern Europe
Levente Reizer (Nissan / Grand Automotive Central Europe Ltd)

13:35
CEE in the perspective of a global energy player
While EV adaption is lower in CEE compared to some Western European markets, it is still a very promising area to offer solution to electric vehicle drives if we looking behind those KPI’s. What are the signposts worth following when considering investing into the CEE region?
Gábor Rónai-Horst (Shell Global Network New Fuels)
Shell – Global Energy Transition & New Fuels Planning Manager

13:50
Electric Mobility in Belarus, Russia, Ukraine and other CIS countries
Belarus is sufficiently well-car-equipped country in the Europe (2.97 million passenger cars were registered in Belarus at January 1, 2018; more than 3,0 million
Natallia Yankevich (National Academy of Sciences of Belarus Center for System Analysis and Strategic Research)

14:05
Discussion 

14:30
End of Session 2

Session 3: Policy Support for Electric Vehicles

 

15:00
Introduction    
Rob Kroon

15:05
Effectiveness of different regulations (Incentives) on Electric vehicle uptake  
Rob Kroon (Project Manager Fier Automotive)

15:20
proEME survey results on Myths and Acceptance of Electric vehicles in Europe  
Roberto Reyes Garcia (University of Twente)

15:35
Policy advice to regulate the Electric vehicle transition market in Denmark       
Thomas Troels-Smith (LWTS Consulting Fremsyn)

15:50
Adoption Dynamics Analysis Model for Electric vehicles – live Demo
https://cloud.anylogic.com/model/94952702-7cd8-4851-bbd1-d552ddc28585?mode=SETTINGS&tab=GENERAL
Antonios Vouzavalis (University of Twente)

16:05
Discussion 

16:30    
End of Session 3      

You have two options of participation


send us a an email
amtelectric@metropolregion.de

You will receive an email with the access data

 

the conference will be broadcast live

https://youtu.be/BhxrIYszXFw