A shift to ZEVs (Zero Emission Vehicles) is one of the key themes at COP26. Like renewable energy, the decarbonization of road transport is accelerating worldwide, with countries and automotive suppliers setting ambitious ZEV targets to achieve 1.5°C.
What is now required of Japanese companies (fleet-owning businesses)? This webinar will look at the ZEV transition scenarios required for decarbonization, the accelerating global transition momentum, and the opportunities and challenges in Japan.
Please access the event webpage for more information and registration.
|1||ZEV transition scenarios required to achieve Net Zero
Masaaki Yamamori | The Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)
|2||Opportunities and challenges in Japan's ZEV transition
Keiichiro Sakurai | The National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
|3||Case study of ZEV procuring and future prospects
Shunichiro Azuma | ASKUL Corporation
|4||What now required of Japanese companies (fleet-owning businesses)
|5||Latest global movements (including an update on RouteZero/EV100 initiatives in the run-up to COP26)
Sandra Roling | EV100 (The Climate Group)