Towards a EU-wide Interoperable Electromobility System

Start date: 
di, 19/11/2013 - 13:00 tot 15:00
Type event: 
Extern evenement
Gran Via Venue, Barcelona, Conference Centre 1 (CC1), Room 1.3
Register before: 
zondag, 10 november 2013

We warmly welcome you during the EVS 27 in Barcelona to identify the best policy measures that you would like to share with colleagues.

Tuesday 19th of November
EVS 27
The 27th international electric vehicle symposium & exhibition,
Gran Via Venue, Barcelona, Conference Centre 1 (CC1), Room 1.3, 13.00-15.00

For registration, details and questions please contact Koen Straver
Phone: +31 (0)224 56 4230, Energy research Centre of the Netherlands (ECN)

Your input will be used to produce an easy-to-use guide, containing proven policy measures at all policy levels to support the use of electric vehicles. This "Electromobility Best Practice Policy Development Guidance Document" will provide policy suggestions when rolling out demonstrations or full introduction of EVs in cities and regions.

13:00 - 13:05
Welcome and Introduction,
   by moderator Dr. Norbert Vierheilig (Siemens, WP10 leader Green eMotion)
13:05  - 13:15
Presentation on Barcelona EV strategies & incentives,
   by Ramon Pruneda (City of Barcelona, project manager energy & mobility)
13:15 – 13:25
Presentation on findings from the EEO webinar: strategies in Austria and the Netherlands,
   by Tariq van Rooijen (Senior project manager Transport and Mobility TNO)
13:25 - 14:05
Workshop activity: sharing & analysing best policy practices*
14:05 - 14:20
Coffee Break
14:20 - 14:50
findings & insights*
Discussion on measures & successes: what are the trends, what works, and why? What are hurdles and accompanied solutions, and who should focus on what?
14:50- 15:00
Wrap-up: network sharing opportunity

*Activity of the workshop:
We’ll start with a short showcase of the EV activities in Barcelona: what has been done, what worked really well, and what practical hurdles did they encounter? This way we focus on the topic and activities for the workshop:
You will be sharing your policy strategies and incentives with a smaller group of colleagues from all over Europe, as to share insights and successes, tips and tricks, and possible success factors of policy strategies. As every group will have a moderator to note the experiences and advices, we can use these insights for the second part of the workshop: what are the trends in Europe?

This second part of the workshop will provide the feedback from the smaller groups; we will have an overview of many European strategies, incentives, hurdles and successes. Together we can discuss the most important findings, trends and insights. Every policy maker will have gained new insights at the end of the workshop, and the Green eMotion partners will ‘forge’ the insights into a best practices document for policy makers who want to start with an EV project in their own region or city.

So come and tell us what should be in there to support colleagues that want to start in this field, and let’s share our inspiring examples and ideas for our cities or regions!

If you are not registered for the exhibition or congress of the EVS27, you’ll have to pay an entrance fee of €45  + VAT 10%. Please contact Koen Straver if this applies to you.

For more information about the Green eMotion project, click here
For more information about the EEO, click here