2nd Colloquium of the CO2InnO Interreg VI project with a focus on e-mobility

Marie-France Vallat, Councillor of Alsace, Collectivité européenne d’Alsace and Prof. Dr. Barbara Koch, Director of the Center for Renewable Energy, Freiburg University opened the colloquium, before a presentation of project results on e-mobility by Adem Uğurlu, Coordinator of the CO2InnO project, Felis Institute of the University of Freiburg and Jeanne Le Chanony, Project Manager at TRION-climate.

The event provided an overview of the state of e-mobility in the Upper Rhine region:

  • Sebastien Humbert, director of the autonomous & connected vehicle programme, Pôle Véhicule du Futur, gave an overview of the current state of e-mobility on the French side, in the Grand Est Region.
  • Michael Ruprecht, head of mobility systems, E-Mobil BW presented an overview of the state of e-mobility in Baden-Württemberg.
  • Tim Wicke, Fraunhofer Institut für System- und Innovationsforschung ISI, and Prof. Dr. Djaffar Ould Abdeslam, professor at the Université de Haute-Alsace – UHA, shed light on the issue of batteries from a research perspective.
  • Daniel Laager, head of electromobility at Primeo Energie, Dr. Susanne Baumgartner, head of electromobility at badenova, Mr. Lucas Vançon, president and founder of Karbikes, and Nils Hoesch, head of photovoltaics and mobility at naturenergie Hochrhein AG, gave very informative presentations of exemplary industrial projects for electric mobility.
  • Mrs Parasote, director of TRION-climate, moderated the discussion and closed the CO2InnO colloquium with an overview on the further implementation of the CO2InnO project results.

We would like to thank all the speakers and participants at this event, especially the team from TRION-climate, as well as Interreg Upper Rhine.

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