Learn more about the upcoming streamSAVE Workshop: How can e-mobility increase energy efficiency in road transport?

Join the lively debate on how streamlined energy savings calculations could support fuel switching between conventional and electric vehicles, and how industry could benefit.
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Join the lively debate on how streamlined energy savings calculations could support fuel switching between conventional and electric vehicles, and how industry could benefit.

One of the medium-term actions of the REPowerEU plan is the proposal of regulatory measures to increase energy efficiency in the transport sector. Accelerated electrification of corporate fleets would be an effective way to achieving this.

This workshop (in-person, invitation-only), organized by streamSAVE (Horizon 2020 ) and hosted by AVERE, takes a deep dive into the question how standardized savings calculations under the Energy Efficiency Directive could support the fuel switching between conventional and electric vehicles, and how industry could benefit from this.

Key note speakers from the European Commission, corporate fleet owners, leasing companies and car manufacturers will set the scene, followed by a lively moderated discussion with all participants. During lunch you’ll get ample opportunity for networking with key stakeholders from policy and industry.

AGENDA

09:00 | Registrations and welcome coffee

09:30 | Start of the workshop: welcome by the host (AVERE)

09:40 | Introduction to streamSAVE (Nele Renders, streamSAVE)

09:50 | Demo of the streamSAVE guidance for EVs (Pedro Moura, ISR)

10:10 | DG ENER: Increasing energy efficiency in road transport (Claudia CANEVARI, ENER.B.2)

10:20 | Cases from industry (fleet owner, leasing company, car manufacturer)

11:05 | Coffee break

11:20 | Q&A and moderated roundtable discussion with all participants

12:10 | Take-aways from the European Commission

12:20 | Wrap up and next steps in the project (Nele Renders, streamSAVE)

12:30 | Light sandwich lunch and networking

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