EVI Pilot City Forum in Dundee, Scotland hosts experts from around the globe

8-9 November 2021 DUNDEE, SCOTLAND

The CEM EVI Pilot City Forum 2021 held its annual international EV conference in collaboration with Drive Dundee Electric and the International Energy Agency with delegates from around the world tuning in to a two day event to discuss the uptake of e-mobility worldwide. This is the first time the EVI- Pilot City Forum took place in a hybrid event, with participation from around the globe and live translation available. 

The event facilitated communications and cooperation among leading global cities interested in stimulating and increasing the uptake of electric mobility within their jurisdictions. Speakers included representatives from SWARCO, OZEV, Transport Scotland, Urban Foresight, Dundee City Council, World Business Council for Sustainable Development, Clean Energy Ministerial, Department of Global Car Sharing & Rental, FASTNED, SSE, and others. 

More about EVI-Pilot City Programme

The CEM Electric Vehicles Initiative (EVI) Global EV Pilot City Program (EVI-PCP) aims to build a network of at least 100 cities over an initial period of 5 years, to work together on the promotion of electric mobility. Central pillars of the program are to facilitate information exchange among cities and to encourage the replication of best practices, for example through webinars and workshops. Another important element is to use the network to build on experience gained by creating analytical outputs and reports to help cities and other stakeholders learn from earlier experiences of member countries. The Pilot City Forum is the annual feature of the EVI-PCP. 

To learn more about the Pilot City Forum click here. 

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