First speakers confirmed for “France – Germany: An Electrical Connection” session, to take place on October 5th, 2018 during Mondial.Tech.
Martin KOERS, Head of Economics and Climate Protection Department, German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA)
Danièle BEHR, CEO & Founder, BEHR Consulting
Raimund NOWAK, Managing Director, Metropolitan Region Hannover
Roland SCHÜREN, Founder & Managing Director, Schüren, Hilden Bakery
Kurt SIGL, President, E-Mobility Federal Association
Thomas BECKER, VP of Government & External Affairs, BMW Group
Jürgen BARKE, German Secretary of State; Ministry of Economic Affairs, Labor, Energy and Transport
As the first bi-national electromobility-themed conference held in the context of an international motor show, this event has recently confirmed speakers from both France and Germany representing business, economics and public policy interests. These stakeholders are working at the local, regional and national levels to debate the issues surrounding electromobility. While state officials are testifying to conditions for the introduction of electromobility in their territories, at the industrial level, the focus appears to be on representing the full extent of the market, namely world-class manufacturers and new companies.
Content of the conference:
Presentation of the evolution of the electric vehicle market and inventory of charging infrastructures in France and Germany
Comparison of local, regional and national strategies supporting the use of electric vehicles
Subsidies for vehicles and charging stations, priority for electric vehicles, integration of electric vehicles in municipal and regional fleets, public companies
Connecting electromobility with energy policy and the use of intermodal concepts such as car & ride-sharing
Prospects for Franco-German cooperation to create framework conditions for the use of electric vehicles
On October 5th at 14h this conference will kickoff in the convention center (Plenary Room) and is open to active electromobilists as well as representatives of municipalities and local authorities particularly active in the field of electromobility.
The agenda will be divided into 2 modules, each with a duration of about 90 minutes, offering an opportunity for companies, institutions and various initiatives to debate the most-pressing issues facing electromobility adoption and expansion.At the end of the conference, all registered guests are welcome to join the networking reception.
The conference benefits from simultaneous French-German translation.
Participation in the conference is free, however registration is mandatory.
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