Against the backdrop of the impending limits for heavy-duty commercial vehicle fleets from 2025 onwards, the pressure to act in order to set the course for a ramp-up of electric mobility in the truck sector is also increasing.
In its current report on charging infrastructure for battery-electric trucks, WG 5 “Linking transport and energy networks, sector coupling” of the National Platform Mobility of the Future (NPM) has drafted recommendations for action for politics and industry to advance the electrification of the commercial vehicle sector. The goal is the demand-oriented, economical and comprehensive development of private and public charging infrastructure for battery electric trucks (BEV trucks) as well as the identification of possible stumbling blocks.
The NPM would therefore like to invite you to join us for a discussion of the report with the NPM stakeholders involved.
17.00 | Welcome
- Amelie Thürmer, German Association of Energy and Water Industries
17.05 | Presentation of the report on the charging infrastructure for battery electric trucks
- Dr. Jan Strobel, German Association of Energy and Water Industries
17.15 | Impulses for a successful implementation of the development and expansion of truck charging infrastructure
- Moritz Grüters, Daimler
- Jens Pawlowski, Bundesverband Güterkraftverkehr Logistik und Entsorgung
- Claus Fest, EnBW
- Sebastian Pfarrherr, Stromnetz Hamburg
17.45 | Questions and discussion
- Moderation: Amelie Thürmer, German Association of Energy and Water Industries
Further information on the event and registration details (in German): www.plattform-zukunft-mobilitaet.de/termin/onlineveranstaltung-zu-ladeinfrastruktur-fuer-batterieelektrische-lkw