Workshop on the use of National Recovery Funds for the EVs charging network
In December 2020 European leaders decided to raise the climate target to - 55%. It follows the decision taken a year earlier, which is to achieve European climate neutrality goal by 2050. Very decisive action is required to meet these ambitious climate targets for transforming the way our societies function. The transport sector is responsible for approximately one-third of greenhouse gas emissions in Europe. The implementation of emission reduction plans will not be possible without a deep transformation of the whole transport sector. The optimal scenario for reducing emissions from transportation is its complete electrification. This will only be possible if access to a charging infrastructure that meets the needs of different road transport participants is secured.
We invite you to a Polish-German workshop on how the National Recovery Plans should be used to optimally support the development of networks for charging electric vehicles - cars, vans, buses and trucks.
Joanna Maćkowiak-Pandera, Forum Energii
Yvon Slingenberg, Director from DG Climate Action, European Commission
Marcin Korolec, President of Electric Vehicles Promotion Foundation (FPPE)
Christian Hochfeld, Executive Director, Agora Verkehrswend
Prof. Grzegorz Benysek, Member of the Supervisory Board, Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A.
Marek Gawroński, Vice-President for Public and Governmental Affairs, Volvo Poland
Andreas Klugescheid, Head of Government Affairs and External Relations, BMW
Adrian Mazur, Director of the Transport Strategy Department, Ministry of Infrastructure
Johannes Pallasch, Head of the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure, NOW GmbH
Dr Fabian Joas, Policy Advisor, Ministry of Finance