Reducing emissions from the transportation sector is one of the fastest ways to combat climate change.
Electrifying mobility is propelling new technologies, empowering consumers to take concrete action and is demanding politicians to take swift and concrete action.
What will the future of electric mobility look like? And what are the biggest challenges for realizing zero emission transport on the road, at sea and in the air?
The 13th-15th June, people from all over the world will travel to Oslo, the world’s leading player in electric transport, to participate in this year’s biggest EV conference.
Traditionally, the EVS has been an academic symposium for global networking and the exchange of scientific ideas and information.
However, for the 35th EVS edition, the program will be broken down into two main streams – the Scientific Series and the AVERE E-Mobility Conference (AEC2022) / Nordic EV Summit (NEVS) Series, rounded off with three high level plenary sessions spread across the duration of the Symposium.