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SXSW 2019: All inclusive electric mobility - the Nordic way
SXSW 2019: All inclusive electric mobility - the Nordic way Meet the leading change makers in electric mobility in this session at House ...
SAS' House of Scandinavia
111 Congress Ave
Free Event
Registration Encouraged
Friday, March 08
9:00am - 10:00am
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About this event

SXSW 2019: All inclusive electric mobility - the Nordic way

Meet the leading change makers in electric mobility in this session at House of Scandinavia (Main Presentation Hall).

The Nordics have the most dense electrical mobility in the world. What are the incentives, how do they work, and how do the car industry react? Meet representatives from the tech sector, the City of Oslo, the Swedish car industry and the City of Austin.

Oslo is both electric car capital of the world, but also banning private cars in the inner city - how and why?

The largest car cluster outside the US and Germany are in Sweden. Learn about their approach to tech, mobility and new business models.

On stage:
• Philip Wockatz, Volvo Group, Mobilty Xlabs/Lindholmen Science Park
• Jørn Haanæs (Oslo Business Region)
• Representative from Zenuity
• Nils Ola Bark (Atea)
• Kristin Anderssen (City of Oslo)
• Jone Løvvik (Acando)
• Heidi Arnesen Austlid, (CEO IKT-Norge)
• Fredrik Syversen (IKT-Norge), Moderator

Format:
• Welcome and intro
• Keynote by Jørn Haanæs - Oslo Business Region - State of the electric City - Oslo still the capital of electric mobility in the world.
• Keynote by Phillip Wockatz, Volvo Group, Mobility Xlabs/Lindholmen Science Park

Panel discussion:
• 2 minutes intro to new participants
• The importance of incentives and policies to get to where Oslo and Gothenburg are today?
• Name some areas that electric mobility (EM) is most interesting at the moment?
• How is the car industry working with startups on this? Any examples to give?
• Give us some examples of the most challenging areas within EM at the moment?

See you at House of Scandinavia!