Watch the first keynote panel that kicked off in the keynote theatre on the morning of day one at the MOVE America 2023 conference in Austin, Texas. The panel is joined by the stop speakers and disruptors that attended the event who came together to discuss how the tech-mobility space is revolutionising and what its future looks like, or could look like. Watch the full session below.
Watch this keynote panel discussion from day one of MOVE America 2023 joined by the top players in the EV charing space. This conversation surrounds the main barriers in EV adoption for the American population and how the lack of charging infrastructure might be affecting this. Watch the full video below to hear what these experts have to say about the issue and how it will effect America’s clean energy transition.
How long do you think it will be until the cars on the roads will have no drivers? Will autonomous vehicles become the norm in the next few years? Or longer? Watch this keynote discussion from day one of MOVE America 2023 on the growth of autonomous vehicles in the tech-mobility space and how companies are embracing this trending mode of transportation.
This day one keynote panel from MOVE America 2023 discusses how we can accelerate change within the mobility ecosystem through collaboration and innovation. Joined by some of the top names in mobility, watch the full keynote discussion below.
This keynote discussion is from day two of the MOVE America 2023 in Austin, Texas, and follows a conversation about the layers of the supply chain in the tech-mobility space. With bold statements from mobility’s most credible sources, this panel also includes a heavily debated estimation of when cars will become fully electrified. Watch the full video to hear the panel’s predictions.
Savage addressed the trend at the MOVE America conference in Austin Texas, assuring that the ban has not slowed down the company’s e-mobility market in Europe despite expectations. Due to the removal of e-scooters, e-bikes are now taking off in the city and filling the micro-mobility gap for pedestrians.
At the conference, Savage also hosted his own talk “Making micro-mobility sustainable and profitable”. He claims that many businesses believe in sustainability not being wholly compatible with profitability, but Savage disagrees.
In this full interview, Savage details how Lime is attempting to make a congruence between sustainability and profitability in order to better the micro-mobility market whilst still continuing to thrive as a business.
Angela Strand, chairwoman of SEA Electric, discussed her opinions on how the Inflation Reduction act will support the clean energy transition in the US at MOVE 2023.
The Inflation Reduction Act aims to promote the clean energy transition in the hopes to curb inflation and was put into federal law last year. Whilst the act will promote the electrification of vehicles in the USA, it also comes with its own controversies surrounding green subsidies.
Strand participated in the keynote talk which touches upon these issues, called “How can we make green subsidies operable and politically acceptable?”, from which Strand told us her main takeaways from the discussion.
Strand also commented on her MOVE experience as well as her own personal MOVE pledge in which she disclosed how she intends to reduce her air miles.
On day one of MOVE 2023, we spoke to Niclas Poitiers who enlightened us about how economic policy can heavily influence the car market and how Bruegel are trying to make these policies into actional policies.
Poitiers gave an example of the types of questions that Bruegel ask and provide solutions to: What is the role of industrial subsidies to produce electric cars?
Also discussed in this interview was Poitiers keynote talk with Angela Strand on how green subsidies could be more operable and more politically acceptable and his opinion on this topic.
The carbon zero heroes: how sustainable mobility is being reimagined. Since joining electric vehicle manufacturer Switch Mobility, Dr Andy Palmer, one time Aston Martin boss and the driving force behind the Nissan Leaf, is on a new mission to decarbonise mobility. Presented at MOVE 2021, Tuesday 9 November. View in YouTube below
The hydrogen ecosystem and how it’s set to grow and grow. Craig Knight, CEO of Hyzon Motors, a global supplier of zero-emissions hydrogen fuel cell powered commercial vehicles, including heavy duty trucks, buses and coaches, explains hydrogen’s role in future mobility solutions. Presented at MOVE 2021, Tuesday 9 November. View in YouTube below
Going giga: developing a buzzing UK battery industy. Ben Kilbey, Chief Communications Officer with BritishVolt in conversation with Quentin Wilson, motoring broadcaster and transport campaigner. Presented at MOVE 2021, Wednesday 10 November. View in YouTube below