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Workshop: The role of public actors in supporting the electric transition in logistics


What part do public actors play in the electrification of the logistics sector? Are there differences between countries in the North Sea Region and how can we drive the development in a direction that facilitates the transition on national and regional levels? Welcome to this SELECT workshop that will explore questions like this and gather stakeholders from all over the North Sea Region.

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The SELECT project gathers local and regional authorities together with business support organizations from the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, and Sweden. The partners will work to explore prerequisites for supplying electric light and heavy-duty fleets with sufficient power and energy at logistics terminals and public locations, and to explore potential new services enabled by digital solutions, and governance structures needed to support the transition.

As part of the work, the SELECT project partners are exploring the role that public actors have in supporting the electric transition in logistics.

During this workshop we will explore explore the role of public actors, look at differences and similarties between countries, get inspired by different initiatives and discuss what the progress looks like within the different countries and drive the development in a way that is frutiful for several actors, cross-border.

Presenting inspirational initiatives are:

  • Heavy Duty Charging in the Netherlands – Tim Frikkee, LOLA 
  • Electrification of City Fleet – TBD, City of Mechelen
  • Heavy Duty Charging in Hamburg – Marvin Coböken, hySolutions
  • The role of cities – inspiration from Copenhagen
  • Electrification Plan for the City of Gothenburg – Anne Piegsa, Business Region Gothenburg

The aim for this workshop is to gather more information that can add to the project partners' work in producing a guideline regarding the most desired measures for supporting the electric transition.

More information about the workshop will be published closer to the event.

The project is funded by Interreg North Sea Region. Read more about SELECT here.