Electro Mobility in Smart Cities

Program

ELECTRO MOBILITY IN SMART CITIES

 

WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 21

08.00 COFFEE AND REGISTRATION
09.00

SEMINAR

Welcome & opening - Policies and Strategies
Take part of the latest policies and strategies at a European, national and local level, regarding both electro mobility and smart cities.

  • Ann-Sofie Hermansson, Mayor, City of Gothenburg
  • Ibrahim Baylan, Minister for Policy Coordination and Energy, Prime Minister's Office
  • Axel Volkery from DG Move
  • Karine Sbirrazzuoli, Electro Mobility in Smart Cities-EV4SCC

Electro Mobility as a part of the Smart City
Learn how cities include electro mobility in their strategies for smart cities. Cities at the forefront are selected and we will hear about their current strategies and how electro mobility measures are implemented.

  • Malin Andersson, Urban Transport Administration Gothenburg
  • Kathrine Marie Fjendbo Jørgensen, Copenhagen Electric

Panel discussion Incl. Srikanth Shastry, WRI India

11.30

MATCHMAKING OR STUDY TOURS (read more ...)
Choose from having matchmaking meetings or participating in one of the study tours.
Please observe that the number of participants in the study tours are limited.

  • Matchmaking Session 1 (max. 3 meetings á 15 min)
    or
  • Study Tour 1 – Electricity
  • Study Tour 2 – Smart City Distribution at Campus Lindholmen
  • Study Tour 3 – Electric Vehicles
12.30 LUNCH
13.30

SEMINAR

What Impact does Electro Mobility have on Urban Planning?
Silent and emission-free transport can help us on the way to a great urban life. Get inspired by solutions and ideas from cities as well as companies and organisations, on how cities can be planned with new opportunities provided by Electro Mobility.

  • Jessica Sandström, Volvo Bus
  • Nico Grasselt, Berlin Agency for Electromobility eMO
  • Anders Bylund, Siemens
  • John Boesel, President, Calstart US
  • Bizhuang Chen, Shanghai Urban-Rural Construction and Transportation Development Research Institute
  • Lars Backström, Västtrafik

Panel discussion Incl. Ashwin Mahesh, Founder Mapunity & co-founder Lithium, India

16.00

MATCHMAKING OR STUDY TOUR (read more ...)
Choose from having matchmaking meetings or participating in one of the study tours.
Please observe that the number of participants in the study tours are limited.

  • Matchmaking Session 2 (max. 3 meetings á 15 min)
    or
  • Study Tour 1 – Electricity
  • Study Tour 2 – Smart City Distribution at Campus Lindholmen
  • Study Tour 3 – Electric Vehicles
17.00 NETWORKING RECEPTION - HOSTED BY SIEMENS

 

THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 22

09.00

SEMINAR

Enabling Electro Mobility – Smart Cities as Facilitators and Accelerators
Get the latest news from companies and organizations leading the way and hear what they need from the society in promoting and accelerating electro mobility.

  • Mattias Goldmann, 2030-sekretariatet
  • Hans Göran Milding, Volvo Cars
  • Elna Holmberg, The Swedish Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Centre
  • Jenny Miltell, ABB, Sweden
  • Urban Wästljung, Scania
  • Jenny Skagestad, Zero, Norway

Panel discussion Incl. TG Sitharam, CISTUP, Indian Institute of Science

Wrap up
Mattias Goldmann, 2030-sekretariatet

11.40

STUDY TOURS (read more ...)
Please observe that the number of participants in the study tours are limited.

  • Study Tour 1 – Electricity
  • Study Tour 2 – Smart City Distribution at Campus Lindholmen
  • Study Tour 3 – Electric Vehicles
12.40 LUNCH
13.40

ELECTRO MOBILITY IN CITIES -  BREAK OUT SESSIONS
Choose between three in-depth break out sessions in smaller groups enabling interactivity.

Implementation of electric buses in city traffic
How to build charging infrastructure for electric buses considering a variety of factors such as battery capacity, time tables and bus routes.

Speaker: Anders Grauers, Powertrain specialist - Swedish Electric and Hybrid Vehicle Centre

Public urban charging infrastructure
Strategies and business models

Speaker: Alexander Sjöberg, Urban Transport Administration Gothenburg

Urban planning and electro mobility
Electro mobility creates new opportunities for urban planning. Buses come closer to passengers and new routes can be planned in new areas. Indoor bus stops can be placed in shopping centers, hospitals and living houses.

Speaker: Åsa Svensson, Älvstranden Utveckling.

14.40 END OF CONFERENCE

Subject to changes in the program.

Registration
closed since 18 Sep 2016
Organisers
Schedule
Registration 19 Apr – 18 Sep
Meeting Selection 23 Aug – 19 Sep
Event 21 Sep – 22 Sep
Details
Language English
Costs 2900 / 4500 SEK
Venue Lindholmspiren 5
Göteborg, Sweden
Bilateral Meetings
Participants 46
Meetings 48
Participants
Belgium 2
China 4
Denmark 1
Finland 2
Germany 1
India 5
Nigeria 1
Norway 7
Sweden 108
United Kingdom 1
United States 1
Total 133
Profile Views
Before Event1109
After Event 1802
Total2911