Specific Areas aim to facilitate contacts and discussions between companies and representatives of national delegations, with a specific program of events and meeting spaces.
EDF Clusters Zone
The EDF clusters area is managed and sponsored by EDF. This area groups together competitive companies and start-ups, enabling them to increase their productivity by facilitating contacts and building relations.
The Hydrogen Zone groups together various new technologies and innovations linked to hydrogen power. The area has been set up in partnership with La Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, Michelin and La Banque des Territoires Groupe Caisse des Dépôts.
La Région Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes has launched the Zero Emission Valley (ZEV) project, which aims to boost hydrogen-powered mobility. A public/private partnership has been set up to enable start-ups in the region to develop and innovate in the hydrogen-powered vehicle sector. The ZEV project aims to respond to the challenges of climate change, by combining economic development and environmental protection. Today, Michelin is a major player in the development of hydrogen power, both in France and in Europe. La Banque des Territoires Groupe Caisse des Dépôts supports regional projects and development, prioritising ecological and energy transition in France.
There will be several national pavilions at the 32nd Electric Vehicle Symposium:
National French Pavilion Sponsored by
ENEDIS supports National French Pavilion
National Dutch Pavilion
Companies/Organisations: cleantron, eco-movement, vdlbuscoach, Association DOET, evconsult, alfen, brainport, bals, nklnederland, greenflux, APPM Management Consultans, heiwegen, lightwell, Stichting S5C Smart eMobility, automotivecampus, tno, waterstofnet, elaad, sycada, ebusco, lastmilesolutions, fier, chargepoint, mobes.nl, utrecht.nl, rotterdam.nl, amsterdam.nl, english.brabant.nl, english.rvo.nl, ministries/ministry-of-infrastructure-and-water-management, TSG Group, urbanarrow.com, mra-e.nl, royalhaskoningdhv.com, electricmobilityeurope.eu