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Who should attend

The event is expected to draw participation from top executives, managers and decision-makers from:

  • Public transport authorities and operating companies
  • Policymaking and regulatory bodies
  • Technology and service provider firms
  • Equipment manufacturing companies
  • Financiers and venture capitalists
  • Industry consultants
  • Research and development organizations
  • Technical institutes

Key benefits to participants

  • Gain insight on relevant issues for energy efficiency in the European public transport sector from various perspectives.
  • Learn about the existing regulations and the expected future regulatory path.
  • Learn about government initiatives being undertaken to promote energy efficiency in the European public transport sector.
  • Explore financing strategies and funding sources.
  • Understand the role of the public sector.
  • Share case study experiences to understand best practices.
  • Explore opportunities for developing the market and engaging stakeholders.
  • Identify and analyze technology solutions.
  • Learn about strategies for delivering energy efficiency projects.
  • Network with transit agency managers and key industry players.
  • Participate in interactive plenary discussions.

Confirmed participants

The organizations that have already confirmed their participation include: AdetelGroup, AEG, AMT, AnsaldoBreda SpA, BAE Systems, Bayer MaterialScience, Bombardier Transportation, BYD Europe B.V., City Group KSC, COFELY INEO, Deutsche Bank AG, EBRD, European Commission, European Investment Bank, INIT, Keolis, Mediobanca, MIVB, RATP, Shell, Siemens, STIF, SYTRAL, Thermo King, Transport for London, University of Aberdeen, Vanner Inc., Volvo Group, Yellow design Foundation, ZF Friedrichshafen, etc.