Annual ACEA Conference
Dedicated to the heavy-duty vehicle sector, this year’s annual conference of the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA), entitled ‘Reducing CO2 from road transport together’, will take place on 3 December. As well as the heavy-duty vehicles themselves, vehicle components, trailers, alternative fuels, transport logistics and infrastructure all play a decisive role in bringing down CO2 emissions from road transport as part of an ‘integrated approach’. Building upon the results of an independent study launched last year, ACEA has been working in partnership with some 15 relevant stakeholders to examine the full potential of such an integrated approach. The event will be an opportunity to report back on the outcomes of this process, as well as to identify the best common solutions for meeting Europe’s climate change ambitions. Coinciding with the COP21 conference in Paris, this event promises to be more relevant and timely than ever. When 3 December 2015, 13.30 – 17.30 Where Royal Museum of Art and History, Parc du Cinquantenaire 10, 1000 Brussels Who To truly reflect the integrated approach, there will be a lively debate between policy makers, truck manufacturers, automotive suppliers, the fuels industry, the road sector, road transport operators and freight forwarders.
- Per Hallberg, CEO of Scania and Chairman of ACEA Commercial Vehicle Board
- Marjolijn Sonnema, Deputy Director-General of Mobility, Ministry of Infrastructure and Environment, The Netherlands
- Wim van de Camp, MEP
- John Cooper, FuelsEurope