The CO2-emissions of the transport sector are despite to many efforts still an essential part of the global greenhouse gas emissions. The reduction of the emissions regarding the mobility sector is a primary challenge for the future. Due to the rapid technological leaps in the last years, more and more e-cars enter the market with longer ranges and better batteries.
The two day-networking-event will focus on the energy reduction potential in the mobility patterns and technology changes of e-mobility. In addition to that participants have the opportunity to test a wide range of e-vehicles at one of Europe’s biggest e-mobility-test-events. Furthermore an interesting side program is organised, including a visit of the nuclear power plant Zwentendorf that has never been put into operation and the Benedictine abbey Melk.
Day 1. Friday 25th of May 2018
The workshop will take place in the nuclear power plant Zwentendorf, which never got into operation. In this interesting setting experts from Lower Austria and other European regions will explain the characteristics and challenges of the mobility change and will show best practice examples. After the workshop a guided tour through the nuclear power station will be organised (to be confirmed soon). Zwentendorf is the only nuclear power plant in the world where persons can safely enter the reactor rooms.
Informationen zur VeranstalterIn
|OrganisatorIn:||Energie- und Umweltagentur NÖ|
AKW Zwentendorf, 3435
|Zeit:||11:00 - 19:30|
|Kontakt:||Tino Blondiau BSc.|
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