AEC2018 is organized by AVERE and AVERE Belgium, with their continued presence in the electromobility arena for 40 years, with the experience and track-record from organizing the EVS, the most important international Electric Vehicle Conference in the world, with EVS30 in Stuttgart as the latest edition and the EVS31 in Kobe, Japan, as the next edition. Brussels will host … Continue reading AEC2018 in Brussels: speakers LEV-session confirmed
The UK government has announced £2 million to support the uptake of e-cargo bikes, driving companies towards a greener future. The funding will help pave the way for the nimble electric delivery vehicles to replace older, polluting vans - helping to improve the environment and reduce congestion. The announcement is part of the international Zero … Continue reading UK government: £2 million to support the uptake of e-cargo bikes
The European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD) was founded in 1991 to create a new post-Cold War era in central and eastern Europe, furthering progress towards ‘market-oriented economies and the promotion of private and entrepreneurial initiative’.. The EBRD is owned by 66 countries from five continents, as well as the European Union and the … Continue reading EBRD offers excellent opportunity to assist SMEs in LEV-sector
AVERE and its Belgian branch ASBE organize a European Conference with a focus on policy, products and inspiration across businesses and across borders. The AEC, which includes a conference and an exhibition, will take place on 17 and 18 October 2018 in Brussels. AEC, just like the organizers AVERE and ASBE, is about joining the knowledge and … Continue reading AVERE E-Mobility Conference on 17 & 18 October in Brussels
The Dutch Cyclists' Federation, Fietsersbond, want a general speed limit of 30 km in all built-up areas in the Netherlands. Saskia Kluit, Director of the Fietsersbond, explains: "As a result of increasing traffic volumes, the safety and riding pleasure of cyclists is under pressure. It is time for the next step: 30 is the new … Continue reading Let’s all go for 30!
Source: Bike Europe The very long-awaited revision of EN 15194 has finally been published and is already implemented by quite a few national standardization institutes. They have until 30th April 2018 to implement at national level, by publication of an identical national standard or by endorsement. This revised version of the standard for electric bicycles … Continue reading At last: EN 15194:2017!
Wednesday 15th November will be the last registration day for the LEVS, the 2nd World Light Electric Vehicle Summit to take place in Rotterdam 22nd & 23rd November 2017. So, register today and do not miss the chance to enjoy 10% discount with the LEVA-EU promocode to be mentioned on the registration form.
Source: Civitas The European Commission recently published a study on Urban Vehicle Access Regulations (UVAR) that aims to assist policy makers in their implementation. UVARs are measures that regulate vehicular access to urban infrastructure. Examples include congestion charging, low-emission zones (LEZ), and restrictions on certain types of vehicles. A proliferation in the ways in which … Continue reading European Commission study examines Urban Vehicle Access Regulations
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 … Continue reading LEVS Rotterdam: programme unveiled
The ITRE Committee in the European Parliament has voted in favour of electric vehicle recharging points in non-residential buildings. Furthermore, ITRE has supported the "right for the plug", which means than no tenant or co-owner of a building should be stopped from installing a charging point, unless there is a material reason for it. They … Continue reading EP’s ITRE Committee votes for “right for the plug”, but whose plug?