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Platform for Electromobility published position paper on charging infrastructure Published:06.12.2016  
Electro-mobility offers an unequalled solution to make Europe’s transport more efficient, less dependent on imported energy, low carbon, clean and quiet. Specifically, the electrification of surface transport will enable Member States to meet their greenhouse gas emission reduction targets for 2030 and to address the public health crisis arising from urban air pollution.
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EVS30 Call for Papers now open Published:12.09.2016  
The International Electric Vehicle Symposium & Exhibition (EVS) is returningto Europe. The 30th edition will take place on October 9-11, 2017 in Stuttgart, Germany.
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Second REE4EU Newsletter is out Published:17.08.2016  
The Horizon 2020 - Spire project REE4EU is aimed at researching the potential of recycling and reusing Rear Earth Elements. AVERE is a partner in the project.

The second newsletter of this project has now been published ance can be found under “public documents” of the REE4EU website:  http://www.ree4eu.eu/

The newsletter contains a presentation of the partners, among which AVERE which is currently carrying out a market analysis of the potential of recycling and reusing REE in the electric bicycle business.
REE4EU project: High Temperature Electrolysis Engineering Strategy Meeting, Trondheim (20-22 June 2016) Published:13.07.2016  
 
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EVS29: Avere's E-Visionary Award goes to City of Amsterdam. Published:25.06.2016  
 City of Amsterdam receives the prestigious E-Visionary Award at EVS29 for the second time from AVERE for continuous outstanding efforts in developing e-mobility in the broadest way, including charging infrastructure, taxis, tourist boats and much more.

The Award was presented on 22-06-2016 during the Closing ceremony of EVS29 in Montreal by AVERE & WEVA President Joeri de Ridder to Art Van der Giessen, Project Manager Electric Vehicles City of Amsterdam and Bart Vertelman, responsible for charging infrastructure at the City of Amsterdam.

AVERE's jury members unanimously awarded Amsterdam for its long and solid track record of promoting the use of electric vehicles in the city, putting an effective charging infrastructure in place and promoting in general the transition to electromobility. The targets and the ambitious timing set for zero emission taxi's, buses, small delivery vehicles, light vehicles and even boats are world leading and an example to all cities.

The E-Visionary Award for North America (EDTA & EMC) was given to the City of Montreal. It was presented  by Chantal Guimont, President and CEO of EMC (Electric Mobility Canada) to Montreal's Mayor Mr. Denis Coderre.

Professor CC.Chan from EVAAP - and WEVA founder - presented the Asia-Pacific E-visionary Award to the Hon. DU Peng, Consul of the Peoples Republic of China to Quebec for outstanding efforts in the field of E-Mobility by the City of Hefei.

Source: WEVA

Is the 45 km/h electric bike a real alternative for the car? Belgian politician does the test. Published:08.02.2016  
Gent, 8 February, 2016 - The Belgian Green politician Björn Rzoska has recently entered quite a remarkable commuting experiment. In the next three months, he will travel from his home to the Flemish Parliament in Brussels on a 45 km/h electric bike. As a result, he will be riding around 100 km a day. 
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Industry Pledge COP 21 To Achieve Electromobility Goals Published:20.11.2015  



As industry leaders, we pledge to match political commitments made, at Paris COP21 or other occasions, for ambitious growth in electromobility and the further roll out of electric vehicles. Building on the substantial resources we have already committed towards R&D, manufacturing and the deployment of such technologies, we will continue to support efforts towards mitigating climate change.

The huge potential of electromobility to contribute towards tackling climate change, air pollution and independence from fossil fuels is being demonstrated on a day-to-day basis in countries across the world and consumers are rapidly embracing these new technologies. 

In order to make a smooth transition to mass scale electric vehicle uptake, governments need to define a long term strategy and support further deployment of electric vehicles and necessary infrastructure. This strategy needs to be supported by adequate incentives as well as communication campaigns addressing consumer’s needs and concerns. Industry needs this time to build up critical mass and to further optimize the existing and emerging technologies related to electromobility. 

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