Conference: Avere E-Mobility Conference



Name of conference  Avere E-Mobility Conference 
Abbreviation   
Categories 
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Environment
Date of beginning  2018-10-17 
Duration 
City  Brussels 
Country  Belgium 
Website  https://go.evvnt.com/178902-0?pid=5569 
Contact  Stefania Tomasso 
email  aec-conference@aimgroup.eu 
Deadline for abstract  2018-10-16 
Expected participants 
Participants 
Memo  On October 17 and 18, Brussels will host the Avere E-mobility Conference 2018, which will present the current state of affairs in the field of Electromobility, as well as a perspective on the future including policy making and industrial and scientific developments. The conferences and presentations will be inspirational, demonstrating best practices and visionary approaches by countries, cities and companies. Science, business and government are working together at every level - to accelerate the growth of electric drive and to capitalise on its economic opportunities. During the AEC conference, we will develop a shared vision of a European future for e-mobility. For sponsorship/exhibition opportunities please get in touch. URL: Tickets: https://go.evvnt.com/178902-1?pid=5569 Time: 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Prices: Participation starts from: EUR 420, NGO's starts from: EUR 275 Students starts from: EUR 275 Speakers: Bert Witkamp - Project Manager EAFO - AVERE, Christina Bu - Secretary General Norwegian EV Association, Dorothee Coucharrière- International Public Affairs Director - Blue Solutions Bollore, Franck Rieck - MSc, Reasearch Professor, Future Mobility, Rotterdam University, Greg Archer - Director Clean Vehicles Transport and Environment, Dr. Jan Tytgat - Director Government Affairs EU-Benelux, Prof. Joeri Van Mierlo - Head of MOBI-VUB, Dr. Lorenzo Grande - Technology Analyst, Rami Syväri - Head of International Sales and Business Development Fortum Charge and Drive, Maroš Šefčovič - Vice-President EU Commission Venue Details: Square Brussels Meetings Center, rue Monts de Arts, Brussels, 1000, Belgium