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.
Electricity will help play a central role in helping the European Union meet its energy and climate goals towards a low-carbon European economy by 2050. Electrification is the most direct, effective and efficient way of reaching the decarbonisation objectives. This makes the electricity network the backbone of the future energy system. What needs to be done to future-proof the EU electricity network that enables Europeans to enjoy clean, secure and affordable electricity?
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