The call for papers for the 30th International Electric Vehicle Symposium is now closed.
EVS30 will take place in a significant year: The Conferences of the Parties (COP) to the UN Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) in Paris and Marrakesh will have provided important decisions and the upcoming COP23 in Asia will continue this process. To counteract climate change, precise measures have to be taken and governments and industrial players have to face their responsibility in the transition to a sustainable future. With transport being the second biggest greenhouse gas emitting sector, we need new technical developments and mobility concepts to reach set goals.
Following the motto “Industrialization and market – the sustainable path to electromobility”, EVS30 will be a place of sharing latest technology advances and a forum to discuss how electromobility and new mobility technologies can contribute to the solution of recent challenges.
We look forward to an exciting exchange of latest research results, best practice, technology advances and practical experience in all fields related to batteries, fuel cells and hybrid electric vehicles, their components and their infrastructure. To reflect the advancing stage of mass market entry, we are especially excited about featuring presentations on innovative business models, market development strategies, public policies and strategies as well as field reports on mobility concepts.
See you in Stuttgart, Germany in October 2017.
Joeri de Ridder, WEVA chair
You can find all relevant information about the next steps in the call for papers process on these pages: