Outputs: conference proceedings
- The future of the European automobile industry - Narrative.pdf
- A European perspective of a fast-track transition to electromobility - Pardi et al..pdf
- Emerging battery value chains - Schade et al..pdf
- France electrification and employment- Syndex.pdf
- Is zero-carbon possible with zero job loss - Hungary - Sazbo.pdf
- Low Carbon – Low Wages - Luethje.pdf
- The future of the European automobile industry Poland and Romania - Darteyre & Guga.pdf
- The German path to electric mobility and its impacts on automotive production - Krzywdzinski et al..pdf
- The political economy of electrification - Bob Hancké & Laurenz Mathei.pdf
- The transition to the production of electric vehicles in the automotive industry in Czechia and - Pavlinek.pdf
To download the presentations click next to the titles in the agenda.
Road transport is responsible for 19% of the GHG emissions of the EU, and, unlike in other sectors, its emissions have not decreased since 1990. The automotive industry represents one of Europe’s key competences and provides jobs to 14 million Europeans. A mobility revolution is inevitable and it is speeding up. The future of this key industry is at stake. The employment and social effects will be significant, and millions of jobs will be genuinely transformed, albeit with very different regional patterns. The automotive industry will be revolutionised, first due to electrification and then as a result of more diversified mobility services.
This hybrid conference will present the main results of the ECF-ETUI project "Future of the European automobile industry – is zero carbon with zero job loss possible?" which has explored the main characteristics of fast-track electrification and analysed its employment and social impacts at both European and regional levels.
09.30 Welcome by Philippe Pochet (ETUI) and Pete Harrison (ECF)
09.40 Summary of the main findings, Bela Galgoczi (ETUI) Presentation
10.00 A European perspective of a fast-track transition to electromobility, Tommaso Pardi, Gerpisa (Paris) Presentation
10.30 The Battery race: what is at stake for Europe and what are the prospects? Wolfgang Schade/ Ines Haug, M-FIVE Consultancy (Karlsruhe) Presentation
11.00 China as market and competitor, Boy Lüthje, South China University (Guangzhou) Presentation
11.30 Panel discussion: Is the EU battery offensive a success story?
12.00 General dicussion
12:30-13:30 Lunch break
13.30 The French automobile industry between disruption and renewal, Sebastian Schulze-Marmeling, Syndex (France) Presentation
13.50 Main challenges for CEE locations at the example of Hungary, Andrea Szalavetz, Hungarian Academy of Sciences (Hungary) Presentation
14.10 Perspective of the IG Metall on the transformation of the German automobile industry, Christian Brunkhorst, IG Metall (Germany)
15.00 Policy roundtable with Benjamin Denis (IndustriAll), Alex Keynes (Transport & Environment) and Benjamin Krieger (CLEPA)
16.00 End of the event