Business event & seminar dedicated to professionals
Electric-Road takes place at the Congress Center of Bordeaux from 29 June to 1 July 2022, at the Palais des Congrès.
A seminar will be held alongside the show : “les Asisses” of the sector. It has the ambition to become the annual meeting of work, observation and inventory of tomorrow’s mobilities.
Future mobility will be clean and carbon free.
The mission of Electric-Road is to be a long-term innovative and human value meetings, serving the transformation of mobility through four major areas.
- Infrastructures and equipements: charging network, charging stations, batteries, equipment manufacturers, etc.
- Employment: the challenge of employment and professional retraining.
- Energy: Production, distribution and storage.
- New mobilities electric: vehicles, single-person vehicles, planes, boats, trains, trucks, etc
easyLi exhibitor and host of a round table
easyLi will be at Stand 18, where we look forward to meeting past and future customers.
In addition, Electric-road invited easyLi as an expert to participate in a Round Table dedicated to batteries. It will be held the 30 of June at the Congress Center of Bordeaux. Soon, more details.
Know more about Electric Road
“The energy transition of mobility is not limited to the efforts made by vehicle manufacturers. It also implies the transformation of everything surrounding vehicles, on the streets and on the roads, to facilitate the transport of citizens without constraints and without nuisances.
Today, manufacturers have played the game, but from employment to infrastructure, the challenges remain.
Electromobility will generate its own ecosystem that needs to be invented. The charging stations are a crucial step until the day when the electric range will have found other sources.
The roads of tomorrow will have to meet new requirements, as they are energy-efficient, clean, automated and safe. This implies the coordination and complementarity of many professions that were not yet working together : energy, digital, computer science, civil engineering, highways, and builders of all the «mobility tools». All in close contact with national and regional administrations, not to mention the European level. The upstream does the job, but it waits for the downstream. And the task is huge.”
Jean-Patrick Teyssaire | Electric-Road President