Event Start:
25 Feb 2021 12:00 PM
Event End:
25 Feb 2021 01:00 PM
Location:
12.00pm Amsterdam | 11.00am London
Event Summary:

Electric Vehicles – A Necessary But Complex Transition


Electric vehicles are a necessary element in the development towards sustainable mobility and the achievement of our climate goals. The transition is accelerating in the Netherlands and abroad. But we are faced with uncertainties and challenges in this transition, especially regarding charging infrastructure and its impact on electricity networks. It is necessary to reflect on these challenges, to be able to face them. Designing with a clear goal in mind might help us doing the right thing today.

In this webinar we will provide insight into the transition to electric mobility and its challenges from different perspectives, and have a discussion about how the different challenges can be tackled so that the optimal result is achieved: a more sustainable way of transporting ourselves.

Speakers:

Mark Gorter, Sustainable Mobility Consultant, Royal HaskoningDHV (Moderator)

Matthijs Kok, Developer Electric Mobility, City of Utrecht

Roos van der Ploeg, Tender and Business Development Manager, Total

Jan van Rookhuijzen, Electric Market Developer, ElaadNL


This webinar will take place at 12:00pm CET. Find your local time zone.

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Royal HaskoningDHV

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