In episode 5 of Generation Solar, SolarPower Europe visits ‘We Drive Solar’ in Utrecht, the Netherlands. We Drive Solar is a car-sharing scheme that drives
Electromobility is an emerging global trend and will open a world of new and exciting opportunities for solar. From solar-powered vehicles to solar-powered charging stations, to the development of innovative solar-powered supply offers, solar will help facilitate the electric mobility revolution.
Electromobility is the key to Europe’s transition to low-carbon transport, however, we must make sure that the electricity used for e-mobility is generated from renewable sources, and solar in particular. Solar-powered cars will also of course increase the deployment of our technology which will help us reach the EU climate and energy targets.
The solar mobility revolution presents many benefits and will bring together the transport and the energy sector. For this reason, SolarPower Europe launched the Solar Mobility Task Force, which will explore the existing and potential business models for solar mobility and explore the regulatory and industrial opportunities for Europe.
Join SolarPower Europe’s Solar Mobility Task Force
The aim of the Solar Mobility Task Force is to support a renewable-based decarbonisation of transport by promoting innovative business models using solar energy to fuel clean mobility and supporting the European solar sector to seize the solar mobility opportunities.
If you are interested in joining this Task Force, contact Naomi Chevillard.
Senior Director for European Policy, ChargePoint
Solar Mobility Workshop
Generation Solar: Solar-powered electric cars
Today at the BMW Brand Store in Brussels, SolarPower Europe held its Solar Mobility Workshop with high-level policymakers and business leaders from the solar and automotive industry
Today at Intersolar Europe, SolarPower Europe held the kick-off meeting of its new Solar Mobility Task Force. Leading automotive and solar companies met to discuss