Webinar tackling electrification and local mobility policy

Webinar

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The shift to electric vehicles, from private cars to buses and vans, is accelerating. This trend has an impact on the demand for charging infrastructure, on the local electricity network, and on the mobility policy of cities and towns.

But what does all of that mean for mobility councillors and professionals? In a webinar that is scheduled to take place on 23 May (10:00 - 12:00), Mobiel 21 and CIVINET .BE will dive into the topic looking for answers. The webinar will be an opportunity to discuss the opportunities, challenges and issues that local mobility professionals are facing today and will certainly be confronted with over the coming years.

Various topics will be discussed, including: 
•    European legislative trends
•    the tension between charging infrastructure and space for pedestrians
•    the link between electrification and parking policy

The registration form further allows participants to submit additional topics and questions that you would like to see discussed.

During the webinar, participants will have an opportunity to hear from Rosanne Vanpée, researcher at Transport and Mobility Leuven, and Pedro Gomes, head of the Clean Vehicles and Air Quality Working Group at POLIS, and a long-time expert in the field of electrification. More speakers will be announced in the coming weeks.

Participation in the webinar, which will be held in English, is free.

Register here to join.

If you have any further questions, contact civinet [dot] be [at] civitas [dot] eu

Author: Merten De Kinderen

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