The event brings together players in the sustainable and intelligent mobility value chain, encouraging exchanges with high added value and promoting innovative projects and the industrial transformation of the territory, based on an exhibition area, conferences, panels and a test area.
A summary of the consideration of the draft report is now available.
The Danish island of Aeroe, located in the Baltic Sea, is one of the few islands not connected to the mainland by a bridge. As a result, it is dependent on car ferries. Aeroe also has another distinction: it aims to become 100 % carbon neutral by 2025.
Update – the notification of a concentration has been published in the OJ.
Dr Fatih Birol, the IEA’s Executive Director, was in Nagoya, Japan today give the keynote speech at the LNG Producer-Consumer Conference 2018 and meet with high-level officials. Dr Birol began his visit by meeting with Mr Hiroshige Seko, Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry. Dr Birol emphasized the IEA’s support for Japan’s upcoming G20 presidency, in particular highlighting the IEA’s commitment to energy efficiency policy guidance and upcoming work on the future of hydrogen and energy in support of the G20 Summit to be held in June 2019.
Brussels – AVERE’s E-Mobility Conference came to a close yesterday (18 October) after two days of engaging, exciting, and diverse discussions on the future of e-mobility in Europe. The main message from the close to 100 high level speakers that spoke at AEC2018 is that the time is now for Europe to accelerate the transition to electrification.
Looking to the result from the vote of the Environmental Committee of the EP on the regulation setting CO2 emissions standard for new heavy-duty vehicles, NGVA Europe points out the missing opportunity to include already available cost-effective solutions with regard to the long-term decarbonisation target.