Jul 22, 2016 - 08:26 am

Pauline Bastidon, Brett Hauser, Adam Jonas.

Pauline-Bastidon“An effective framework for low emission alternative energy and an adequate roll-out of infrastructure for alternative fuels are key for us and can go a long way in helping the logistics sector reduce its carbon footprint.”

Pauline Bastidon, Freight Transport Association (FTA) head of European policy welcomes the EU’s proposed CO2 reduction policy for freight traffic, saying they are a good mix.

Brett-Hauser“Can we do it quicker? Absolutely. Electricity is all around us, in everything that we do. All we are looking for is the last-mile solution. In theory, every gas station could also be an electric vehicle fuelling station.”

Brett Hauser, CEO of Greenlots, says that chargers need to be interoperable in terms plugs, but also in terms of billing. His goal is that every EV driver can plug in at any station and pay with any charge card.

Adam-Jonas“Your car is arguably one of the most underutilized, polluting, time-consuming and dangerous machines on Earth.”

Adam Jonas, head of global auto research for Morgan Stanley, says that with the future being automotive and shared cars, success should no longer be measured in units sold, but in miles travelled.


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