International conference "Policy, Practice and Profitability"

10 October 2013, Haarlem, NL

E-mobility is becoming more and more visible in our urban environment. It has only recently left the pioneers phase and there are positive signs e-mobility is developing into a profitable market. Policy and practice generate useful as well as much needed insights and experiences. The Dutch focus on policy and investments in pilot projects and charging infrastructure generates a national and internationally attractive climate for exchanging knowledge and business investors. For instance, Daimler-Benz started the Car2go-project in Amsterdam with her full-electric fleet, Tesla located their first European Distribution Center in Tilburg and recently opened their flag ship store in the center of Amsterdam. On the small island Schiermonnikoog in the north of the Netherlands, all public buses drive fully electric. Also in other countries of the North Sea Region e-mobility innovations take place.

  • Thursday 10 October 2013 | 9:00 – 18:00| Haarlem, The Netherlands | Free of charge
  • For further questions please address e-mobility(at)noord-holland.nl

Join this conference to share knowledge, insights, experiences and success on EV’s policy, practice and profitability of regional, national and international significance.





The Dutch approach to electromobility. A wholesome three-some: innovation, green growth and climate/environment
Julia Williams-Jacobse, Project Leader Electromobility – Netherlands Ministry of Economic Affairs, NL
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Presentation 01

Stakeholders analysis EV infrastructure North Sea Region
Sjoerd Bakker, Delft University of Technology, NL
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Presentation 02

Emergent strategies for an emerging technology; how different countries and regions manage the introduction of E-mobility differently
Martijn van der Steen, NSOB (Netherlands School of Public Administration), NL
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Presentation 03

An electric success story in Norway, through powerful, but waning incentives
Benjamin Myklebust, ZERO Norway (Zero Emissions Resource Organisation), NO
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Presentation 04

CUFLOS - a forum for Clean Urban Freight Logistics Solutions
Michael Stie Laugesen, CUFLOS Denmark (Clean Urban Freight Logistics Solutions), DK
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Presentation 05

Car challenges
Maarten Steinbuch, Automotive Technology, Eindhoven University of Technology, NL
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Presentation 06

The economics of electric vehicles and renewable energy
Paul Scott, Cofounder of Plug-in America, USA
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Presentation 07

Re-charging in public places: available, inter-operable, easy to use?
Stephen Shaw, London Metropolitan University, UK
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Presentation 08

E-harbours: stimulating renewable energy for power and transport
Jan Schreuder, INTERREG project E-Harbours, City of Zaanstad, NL
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Presentation 09

Drivers and bounderies for wireless charging of electric city buses and trucks
René Zorge, PROOV, NL
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Presentation 10

How to adopt EV’s in corporate fleets
Kenan Aksular, Athlon Car Lease, NL
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Presentation 11

E-mobility and electric motorcycles - building a sustainable, high performance EV business
Richard Walker, ZERO Motorcycles, USA
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Presentation 12

How to set up intelligent charging infrastructure for EV’s at home, work or in public places that help make the grid more efficient
Brett Hauser, CEO Greenlots, USA
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Presentation 13