Join European partner organizations and Drive to Zero in accelerating the path to 100% zero-emission truck and bus sales by the year 2040. Participate in or view the following virtual events to explore policies to accelerate the zero-emission medium- and heavy-duty vehicle market, learn about new innovative case studies, and learn about new partnership opportunities between manufacturers and fleets.
Countries and regions initiatives supporting zero emission road freight and logistics (11 October 2022, 10:00 – 11:30 h CET)
- Join a series of online workshops on jointly organized by EMEurope and ALICE, with the support of the POLIS Network and the project ENTRANCE. The October 2022 session is on Sweden — register here. Global MOU signatory Austria presented their case study recently. Learn more here and watch the recorded session here.
Decarbonizing Road Freight Transport: Zero Emissions Vehicles availability roadmap (15 September 2022)
- ALICE organized a webinar exploring zero-emission vehicle availability and demand, which included data from Drive to Zero’s Zero-Emission Technology Inventory (ZETI). Watch a recording of the session here and get more information about the virtual session here.
Zero-emission waste collection vehicles (26 October 2022)
- ENTRANCE will host a webinar on market gaps and collaboration to advance on innovation. To receive an invitation, please send a request here.
Decarbonizing Europe’s Trucks: How to Minimize Cost Uncertainty
- ITF published a report examining whether battery electric vehicles, electric road systems and hydrogen fuel cell vehicles could compete with diesel-driven vehicles in Europe. The report (and accompanying webinar) looks at the total cost of ownership across nine different vehicle-size segments in Europe. The report gives six recommendations to accelerate the transition to zero-emission trucks, including the provision of necessary infrastructure. Watch the webinar here.
For questions about these events, please reach out to Drive to Zero’s Europe director Sita Holtslag (firstname.lastname@example.org).