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November 2023

"The Challenges of Decarbonization in the Mobility Sector": in the opening conference of Futurmotive - Expo & Talks, key themes of the show are addressed

Autopromotec Editorial Staff

The Futurmotive Talks conference program opens Nov. 16, with a conference marking the perimeter of the event
Futurmotive - Expo & Talks, the international exhibition dedicated to the themes of ecological and energy transition and innovations for the automotive sector, will open its gates on November 16: for three days, the organizers' goal is to transform Bologna into a true "mobility capital of the future," thanks in part to the co-presence of two other events dedicated to the sector: E-CHARGE, scheduled for November 16-17, and Fleet Manager Academy, scheduled for November 16.

The spin-off exhibition of Autopromotec aims to offer a comprehensive overview of the world of new mobility, and to try to answer an ideal question: how to deal with the ecological transition in the automotive sector in a sustainable way not only from an ecological perspective, but also from an economic and social point of view? If the watchword in the path dictated by Europe toward the 2035 goal of stopping endothermic-powered vehicles is sustainability, this must be understood in its broadest sense.

These will be the topics addressed at the opening conference of Futurmotive - Expo & Talks, scheduled for 16 November at 10 a.m. in the Sala Concerto, located on the first floor of the Service Centre of the Bologna Exhibition Centre, and entitled: 'The challenge of decarbonisation in the mobility sector'. An event moderated by journalist Maria Leitner, which aims to bring together the voice of regional and national institutions, and the perspective of industry. It will begin with an opening speech by Irene Priolo, Vice-President - Councillor for Ecological Transition, Climate Change, Environment, Soil and Coast Protection, Civil Protection of the Emilia-Romagna Region. Then it will be time to listen to the perspective of ACEA, represented by its Mobility & Sustainable Transport Director, Petr Dolejsi, in a keynote speech, and that of Stellantis, represented by Senior Vice President Corporate Affairs Davide Mele.

Having framed the theme, and starting from the food for thought offered by the keynote speeches, the discussion will then move on to the dialogue with industry representatives: speakers will include Marco Bonometti, President and CEO OMR, Dino Brancale, CEO AVL, Gianmarco Montanari, General Manager MOST, Roberto Scarabel, President Asconauto, and Bruno Vianello, President TEXA.

The concluding remarks will be entrusted to a special guest, Environment and Energy Security Minister Gilberto Pichetto Fratin.

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