LEVS Rotterdam: programme unveiled

The 2nd LEVS, World Light Electric Vehicle Summit, will be taking in Rotterdam 22nd & 23rd November 2017. The programme has now been unveiled and can be found here: http://www.levs.mobi/page/program/

If you register through LEVA-EU on this page, http://levs.mobi/page/registration-form/ simply by entering the promocode LEVAEU at the bottom of the page, you will receive a 10% discount on the regular price, not on the price for speakers or for members of the scientific committee. You will find an overview of the prices here: http://www.levs.mobi/page/registration/

LEVS aims at providing a high quality global platform to foster exchange of views and development of synergies between players in the field of light electric vehicles.

Seeing the huge congestion problems our cities are facing nowadays, there is no doubt that light electric vehicles have a key role to play in the future.

There are a lot of activities related to light electric vehicles happening all around the world but until recently, there was not one dedicated platform where different actors could meet to:

  • learn from each other’s experience;
  • present their work and achievements;
  • find partners to develop synergies & build new projects;
  • join forces to lobby relevant authorities to get support.

LEVS, as the World Light Electric Vehicle Summit, therefore, aims at providing such a high quality global platform to foster exchange of views between R&D actors, industry, authorities, end-users and NGO’s in the LEV-sector.

These are a few of the issues that will be dealt with at LEVS:

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