On Tuesday 21 November, the day preceding the Light Electric Vehicle Summit, which takes place in Rotterdam on 22 and 23 November, LEVA-EU is organizing a meeting specifically for L6-L7 companies. The meeting will take place in the LEVS-venue Engels in Rotterdam from 1 o’clock till 3.15 p.m. This meeting will be followed by the second International Energy Agency workshop on small vehicles from 3.30 till 6 p.m in the same meeting room.
All companies operating in the field of L6-L7 or planning to start operating are welcome to attend the LEVA-EU meeting. They are invited to state their interest or confirm attendance at this meeting by completing the following form: https://goo.gl/forms/52JLbKhG4VGO1vWi1
Interested companies should also note that if they intend to attend LEVS and they have not yet registered, they can enjoy a 10% discount by using our promocode LEVAEU on the LEVS registration webpage: http://levs.mobi/page/registration-form/.
The light electric vehicles association in Europe, LEVA-EU has been established earlier this year . The objective of our association is to promote LEVs and to grow the LEV-market in Europe.
We are convinced that LEVs offer a huge potential for making transport more sustainable and much more efficient.
So far, no association in Europe was working specifically for the benefit of LEVs. LEVA-EU is now filling this important gap and is the only association in Europe to work exclusively for light electric vehicles.
The scope of LEVA-EU is all L-category vehicles including L6, light quadricycles, and L7, heavy quadricycles for on-road use.
LEVA-EU is convinced that the potential of these vehicles as a means of making mobility more sustainable is seriously underused and undervalued. Therefore, LEVA-EU is seeking to bring together the major players in this sector. The objective being to offer these players a platform to get to know each other and to develop joint initiatives to grow the market.
Contact for further details: LEVA-EU manager, Annick Roetynck,
firstname.lastname@example.org, tel. +32 9 233 60 05