09:30

Exhibition opens

09:45

CONFERENCE

Fit for 55 - Alternative fuels infrastructure

The presentation will focus on the latest legislative developments on alternative fuels infrastructure (AFI) in the EU in the context of Fit for 55 Package, namely the proposal for a Regulation on alternative fuels infrastructure. I will complete it with the main elements of the Strategic rollout plan to support a rapid deployment of AFI, including the funding possibilities of the Connecting Europe Facility.

Aleksandra Klenke

Policy Officer, European Commission

Directorate Mobility and Transport, Sustainable and Intelligent Transport Unit

10:30

Inauguration

11:00

CONFERENCE

Costs and benefits of the sustainable urban mobility transition in Europe

During the session, we will discuss and evaluate about the investments needed for European cities to transition to sustainable urban mobility by 2030 and 2050, and asses the revenues and benefits derived from it. The impacts of these urban mobility transition scenarios, quantified in terms of costs, revenues, and social benefits by 2030 and 2050, will help us to answer to the following questions:

  • How much will the transition to sustainable urban mobility cost? What are its costs and benefits, including the monetization of all externalities?
  • What range of costs can be identified according to city variables?
  • What are the most cost-efficient measures to accelerate sustainable urban mobility?
  • For different types of measures, what are the investments needed?

Maria Tsavachidis

CEO

EIT Urban Mobility

12:00

CONFERENCE

Renfe at the hub of sustainable and multimodal mobility: the RaaS project

The new RaaS platform is a digital tool that will offer a comprehensive mobility solution to all citizens, who will be able to plan their journeys from home to their final destination and also book any complementary services they may need for the journey itself or on arrival. The platform will be open and inclusive, and it will bring together the different operators within the new mobility ecosystem. Renfe aims not only to continue as the benchmark rail operator but also to become a comprehensive mobility operator, providing end-to-end support for the customer’s entire trip.
The platform’s objective is to integrate different transport modes (train, bicycle, metro, bus, carsharing, scooter, etc.) to provide customers with a first and last mile solution so that they can organise their journey from start to finish, with a single payment and all from a single app. At a subsequent stage of the project, leisure and catering services will also be included, along with hotel bookings.
Renfe will also collaborate with city councils and regional and local authorities to improve the mobility ecosystem of the regions where the scheme will be deployed, with a view to promoting society’s digital transformation and helping to create a more digital, sustainable environment within the mobility ecosystem as a whole.

Manel Villalante

Chief Development and Strategy Officer

Renfe

13:00

ROUND TABLE

Disruptive innovation in mobility

Partipants:

Moderated by:

Daniel Serra

Innovation Hub Director South

EIT Urban Mobility

15:30

ROUND TABLE

The challenges of employment and training in the automotive industry of the 21st century

Participants:

Moderated by:

Arturo Pérez de Lucía

Managing Director

AEDIVE

16:30

CONFERENCE

Hydrogen as a Future Key Vector to decarbonise Mobility and Other Key Sectors of the Global Economy

The presentation will offer a vision of what Hydrogen is as an Energy Vector, what the existing types of Hydrogen Production are, a description of the different types of Hydrogen and the value chain, and how Hydrogen is presented as a Key Element to achieve the Decarbonisation of Key Sectors of the Economy such as the Mobility Sector, the Industrial Sector and the Energy Sector. The main CHALLENGES facing the hydrogen economy will be described, as well as the applications where hydrogen is being implemented in the various sectors of the economy and the potential of the hydrogen market in the future.

Juan José Rodríguez Ballesteros

Founder and Managing Partner

Green B2E

Simultaneous translation (Spanish/English/Basque) will be available for all the above lectures

SCHEDULE 27 APRIL


TIMETABLE EXHIBITOR VECHICLE
9:30 Opening of the tradeshow
10:00 - 10:30
12:00 - 12:30
14:00 - 14:30
16:00 - 16:30
Kimua Group
Gobierno de Navarra
Departamento de Desarrollo
Económico y Empresarial
Kimubil
Buggy es LGM-Server
10:30 - 11:00
12:30 - 13:00
14:30 - 15:00
16:30 - 17:00
Caf Group - Solaris Solaris Urbino 15 LE electric
11:00 - 11:30
13:00 - 13:30
15:00 - 15:30
17:00 - 17:30
Irizar e-mobility
Tesla
Irizar ie tram
Tesla Model Y
11:30 - 12:00
13:30 - 14:00
15:30 - 16:00
17:30 - 18:00
Tecnalia Twizy InclusiveEbike
18:00 Closing of the tradeshow
10:00

Board of Directors of The Mobility and Logistics Cluster, MLC ITS Euskadi (private)

11:00

Innovation Circles. The Mobility and Logistics Cluster, MLC ITS Euskadi (members and guests)

12:15

Ordinary and Extraordinary General Assembly of The Mobility and Logistics Cluster, MLC ITS Euskadi (members only)

16:30

Sectorial Meeting - Electric Mobility AEDIVE (members only)

  • Update on the challenges of the sector
  • PERTE Projects
13:45

Creation of the cross-border Mobility Consortium in the framework of the European programme Poctefa COMPET'Plus - Signature of the agreement and the road map

09:30

Exhibition opens

10:00

CONFERENCE

Electric mobility subsidies and incentives in the Basque Country

Subsidies and other incentives available in the Basque Country to promote electric mobility and the installation of a recharging network covering the whole autonomous community.

Mónica Díaz

Technician - Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Area

EVE Basque Energy

11:00

CONFERENCE

RTRP subsidies for LEZ implementation and digital and sustainable transformation of urban and metropolitan mobility. Next Generation Funds

This lecture will detail the subsidy programme for implementing Low-Emission Zones and digital and sustainable transformation of urban and metropolitan mobility, included in Component 1 of the Recovery, Transformation and Resilience Plan, financed with Next Generation EU funds. It is an ambitious subsidy programme run by the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and the Urban Agenda, geared to Autonomous Communities and City Councils for them to implement this type of projects.

Ángeles Marín Andréu

Director of the Mobility Strategy Office

MITMA

11:00

ROUND TABLE

The electric battery value chain drives sustainable development

Participants:

Moderated by:

Lluís Molina

Business Development Manager

Alianza Europea de Baterías – EIT InnoEnergy

12:00

CONFERENCE

Towards an autonomous mobility-based future

The United States and China are two major powers providing the greatest impetus to the development of self-driving vehicles.
This market will create endless opportunities we cannot afford to miss:

  • Technology development.
  • Transformation of the economy.
  • Improved quality of life.

What can we do to help Spain join this market?

Aitor Fernández

Chairman

Spanish Autonomous Connected Vehicle Association

15:30

CONFERENCIA

Co-Creation to Make CCAM Solutions More Inclusive

The main focus of this session will be on co-creation approaches in the adaptation and deployment of new mobility and particularly CCAM solutions. Within the research project CATAPULT, we focus on the inclusion of user needs and perspectives from vulnerable road users. The project goal is to create and adapt policies to improve target group-specific, inclusive and demand-driven automated mobility solutions in cities and urban regions. The needs of potential users of these services, their willingness to use them and appropriate use cases have so far been underrepresented in the development of automated mobility solutions. Therefore, relevant user cases are identified, analysed and validated on a mobility labs scale. Potential users include children, the elderly and people with temporary and long-term sensory and / or physical disabilities. First findings from the field test will be presented and we look forward to discussing different approaches and learnings within the context of more inclusive CCAM solutions. 
The project is a European collaboration project funded by Urban Europe, implemented with partners in Austria, (AustriaTech & Factum) Belgium (KULeuven) and Sweden (RISE).

Nora Spiegel

Team Leader Mobility Ecosystems

AustriaTech

13:00

CONFERENCE

Our urban challenge - The revolution of proximities By Carlos Moreno

The Covid-19 crisis has shown the strength of cities because it is a systemic urban crisis of a sanitarian nature. Having to silence the city to avoid the spread of the virus shows the need to rethink our cities’ urban planning to favour economic, ecological and social value in the proximity.
For facing climate change in the long-term and COVID-19 in the court term, we need to change, radically, our urban lifestyle. We must rethink the long journeys in our cities and the concentrations associated with them. We need to review our cities’ mono-specialized focal points and give greater impetus to the polycentric city. We have to go to the multipolar and multifunctional city. We need to provide extensive access to essential local services a priority, within a maximum distance of 10 to 15 minutes on foot or by bicycle, to create this new multicenter city. We have called it in Paris, the city of proximities, ‘The 15-Minute City‘.

Carlos Moreno

Scientific director of the Chair “Entrepreneurship – Territory – Innovation”

IAE Paris - Sorbonne University (France)

15:30

CONFERENCE

The Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan of Milan: Public Transport strategies and actions

The presentation will focus on public transport within the Sustainable Urban Mobility Plan with an overview of the policies, strategies and projects contained in the plan related to the strengthening and development of public transport in the Milan metropolitan area.

Valentino Sevino

Director of Mobility Planning Area

Milan Environment and Territory Mobility Agency

Simultaneous translation (Spanish/English/Basque) will be available for all the above lectures

SCHEDULE 27 APRIL


TIMETABLE EXHIBITOR VECHICLE
9:30 Opening of the tradeshow
10:00 - 10:30
12:00 - 12:30
14:00 - 14:30
16:00 - 16:30
Kimua Group
Gobierno de Navarra
Departamento de Desarrollo
Económico y Empresarial
Kimubil
Buggy es LGM-Server
10:30 - 11:00
12:30 - 13:00
14:30 - 15:00
16:30 - 17:00
Caf Group - Solaris Solaris Urbino 15 LE electric
11:00 - 11:30
13:00 - 13:30
15:00 - 15:30
17:00 - 17:30
Irizar e-mobility
Tesla
Irizar ie tram
Tesla Model Y
11:30 - 12:00
13:30 - 14:00
15:30 - 16:00
17:30 - 18:00
Tecnalia Twizy InclusiveEbike
18:00 Closing of the tradeshow

SCHEDULE 28 APRIL

11:05 - 11:15 Donostia - San Sebastian
11:15 - 11:25 Irun
11:25 - 11:35 Vitoria - Gasteiz
11:35 - 11:45 Iruña - Pamplona
11:50 - 12:05 Málaga
12:05 - 12:20 Área Metropolitana de Barcelona
12:20 - 12:35 Braga (Portugal)
12:35 - 12:50 Estambul (Turquía)
12:55 - 13:10 Eurorregión Nueva-Aquitania-Euskadi-Navarra