The AEC2019 program, with eight different sessions in total, will provide delegates with a taste of how industry and policymakers are driving the global electromobility sector. The different high-level sessions cover all aspects of emobility.
Alexandre Paquot currently heads the Road Transport Unit in DG CLIMA at the European Commission. He started this role in January 2016 and his unit closely follows fuel and CO2 emissions from vehicles. Before leading the Road Transport Unit, Mr Paquot was the Head of Unit on Monitoring, Reporting & Verification (MRV). In this role he worked to support the evaluation of climate policy. His main responsibilities were domestic and international MRV and governance of the Energy Union. Previously, Mr Paquot served as an Assistant to DG CLIMA’s Director General. Prior to this, he was team leader on Industrial Emissions within DG ENV. Mr Paquot’s first position within the Commission was in the Waste Management Unit of DG ENV. Prior to his work in the Commission, he has been Head of Unit for Health & Environment in the French Ministry of Environment.
Alister Hamilton is chair of the Electric Vehicle Association Scotland, a membership association founded circa 2009 and formally constituted as a Community Interest Company in 2017. EVA Scotland has over 1,000 members and is currently growing at over 50% per annum. Dr Hamilton has academic research interest in neuromorphic engineering and was previously involved in promoting car clubs in his home city of Edinburgh.
Anders Wall aims to turn GreenMobility into the preferred partner within sustainable urban mobility on a global scale. He leverages his 25 years of successfully building international partnerships within customer centric industries. Standing up for the climate and livable cities comes easy to him as the father of three and the quest for making a real difference in life. Our first partner is up and running, do you want to be the second?