Electric mobility is becoming an increasingly important topic. Cities and regions across Europe and worldwide are using electric mobility to change the way we understand and plan mobility. Recently, numerous projects and initiatives have provided first insights into the conditions which need to be fulfilled to enable electric mobility to go mainstream.
The eBRIDGE Conference ‘Urban eMobility 2020’, which takes place on 7 and 8 October in Berlin (Germany), aims to look at the barriers and opportunities involved in making electric mobility widespread practice.
Over two days, sessions will include examples of best practice from across Europe and provide an open atmosphere for fruitful exchange, debate and networking. Hand-picked speakers and an audience from industry, research and public sector and will discuss burning questions related to electric fleets in urban environments in one of the most exciting e-mobility conferences of the year.
Speakers will talk about topics from the following overall themes:
- Technology & Innovation
- Concepts & Business Models
- User Behaviour & Marketing