skrivet av Maria Schnurr (RISE Viktoria)
From a German perspective, Sweden – or the Nordics in general – have long been perceived as a poster child when it comes to environment and sustainability. To hear from Swedish counterparts that the opposite also applies – like the outstanding endeavour in order to achieve the German “Energiewende” – usually comes as a surprise to Germans. That’s exactly what happened on the Parlamentarischer Abend Elektromobilität which took place on March 9th in the “Felleshus” (the Nordic Embassies) in Berlin. The working group on e-mobility of the Federal German Parliament had invited representatives from German and Swedish industry and R&D to discuss the prospects of electrified vehicles in the two countries. The program included keynotes by
- Per Thöresson, Swedish Ambassador to Germany
- Heiko Maas, Federal Minister for Justice and Consumer Protection
- Jakob Lagercrantz, 2030 sekretariatet
- Stefan Christiernin, NEVS
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