Electric power is clearly the future of the automotive industry. Legal requirements and the fight against pollution are forcing automakers to accelerate their decarbonisation efforts, although this process is not advancing as quickly as we might like.
Individual and corporate consumers tend to have many doubts when purchasing an electric vehicle. At this session, we will hear what manufacturers, electric companies and government agencies think about this significant change in mobility. We will explore the issues that are currently hindering the decarbonisation process: Why aren’t electric vehicles more widely available? Why are they still so expensive? When will longer-range models be introduced? Why is Spain lagging behind the rest of the world in charging infrastructure? Will the government develop stable plans to encourage change?
Don’t miss this chance to learn more about electric vehicles and participate in an open discussion at the end of the session.
The Esade Alumni Automotive and Mobility Club and the Esade Alumni Energy and Environment Club are pleased to invite you to this upcoming session entitled “A Debate on Electric Vehicles”.
Welcome and introduction:
Robert Navarro (Lic&Master ‘86), Vice President of the Esade Alumni Energy and Environment Club
The new European emissions regulations and electric vehicles:
Joan Miquel Malagelada (EDIK ‘90), President of the Esade Alumni Automotive and Mobility Club
Sergio Alcaraz, General Manager of New Models at Nissan Europe
Elena Bernárdez, Head of E-Mobility at Endesa
Isabel del Olmo, Head of the Transport Department at IDAE
Manel Torrent, director of the Catalan Energy Institute (ICAEN)
We hope to see you there!
Members may bring one guest.
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