3rd European Electromobility Stakeholder Forum

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The EU's three flagship electromobility projects will meet for the 3rd time in Brussels to present their findings and plans on electromobility in Europe, including topics such as standardisation, business models or public policy.

ZeEUS, Green eMotion and FREVUE projects cover all of the key modes of electrified transport and their project results gathered by real life demonstrations will provide stakeholders and decision makers with all of the key information and results to help implement the wide scale adoption of electromobility for cars (Green eMotion), urban buses (ZeEUS, coordinated by UITP) and freight (FREVUE).

The forum will be a mixture of parallel thematic workshops  and high level round tables, with participation of representatives from the European Commission, other European projects, national and regional political stakeholders as well as industry and research institutes. The forum, which is returning for its third edition, promises to be one of the key events in the European Electromobility sector.

Agenda and registration are available here.

In case of any questions, please contact Ms. Stephanie Leonard at stephanie.leonard@uitp.org.


Draft agenda is available here.


Registration is free of charge. Please register through this website.

Practical information: 

The conference will start on Wednesday, 25 February 2015 at 13:00 and finish on Thursday, 26 February 2015 at 17:00.


Thon Hotel Brussels City Centre 
Avenue du Boulevard 17 

1210 Brussels


European Electromobility Stakeholder Forum is co-organised by three European projects: FREVUE, Green eMotion and ZeEUS and supported by the European Commission – DG MOVE.

FREVUE (Freight Electric Vehicles in Urban Europe) demonstrates how electric freight vehicles offer a viable, clean and efficient alternative to conventional freight vehicles in urban freight delivery. Eight cities, 120+ electric vehicles - FREVUE, towards zero emission deliveries at your doorstep. www.frevue.eu

The goal of Green eMotion is to develop and to demonstrate a commonly accepted and user-friendly framework consisting of interoperable and scalable technical solutions in connection with a sustainable ICT business platform. Smart grid developments, innovative ICT solutions, different types of electric vehicles and urban mobility concepts will all be taken into account. www.greenemotion-project.eu

ZeEUS: Testing electrification solutions at the heart of the urban bus system network through live urban demonstrations and facilitating the market uptake of electric buses in Europe. www.zeeus.eu

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