Bringing together a group of mobility and infrastructure is always a challenge – finding the balance between knowledge and debate is another reserved for symposia. Here you can read all about the most important speakers at this year’s EVS32 and why they will be there.
This year’s confirmed speakers include actors from both private industry and public governance, who have been working hard to establish electric mobility across their organizations and the European continent.
Joining from the political side will be Elisabeth Borne, French Minister for Energy Transition and Solidarity, who is in charge of Transport, Laurent Wauquiez, President of the Auvergne Rhône Alpes Regional Council, Minister Winfried Hermann, from the German Baden Württemberg Ministry of transport, as well as Prince Albert de Monaco.
The industry will be represented by EDF’s CEO Jean Bernard Lévy, Florent Menegaux, CEO of Michelin, Gilles Normand, Director of the Electric Vehicle Division at the Groupe Renault, as well as Takafumi Anegawa, Director of EV Promotion and President of TEPCO Research Institute.
In front of the backdrop of these illustrated speakers, will be a variety of program points, including the Scientific Program, which covers more than 150 lectures on topics including everything from component technology to charging developments, environmental perspectives and even going as far as to speculate and discuss the future of mobility.