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Friday, October 5 • 14:30 - 15:45
Comparaison de l'évolution du marché de l'électromobilité et des mesures de soutien nationales en France et Allemagne.

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Comparaison de l'évolution du marché de l'électromobilité et des mesures de soutien nationales en France et Allemagne.
                              Signification pour les politiques industrielles, les transports et l'énergie dans les deux pays.

                           
- Francis VUIBERT
- Joseph BERETTA
-Jean-Luc BROSSARD 
- Dr. Martin KOERS
- Kurt SIGL
- Jürgen BARKE

Speakers
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Jürgen BARKE

State Secretary, Ministry of Economy, Labor and Transport
Jürgen Barke has been Secretary of State since 2012 at the Ministry of Economy, Labor and Transport. From 1991 to 2001 he was municipal councilor of the municipality of Lebach in Saarland in charge of construction, environment and social affairs. He was then Director of Human Resources... Read More →
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Joseph BERETTA

Président, AVERE France
Avere France est l‘association nationale pour le développement de la mobilité électrique. Elle représente l‘ensemble de l‘écosystème de la mobilité électrique. Joseph BERETTA est le président d‘AVERE France. Auparavant il a été PDG de Masterdrive et directeur Energie... Read More →
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Jean-Luc BROSSARD

Director R&D, PFA
Jean-Luc Brossard, French Civil Engineer of Mines (56 years old), started his career at Matra Automobile in 1986, where he was successively Test Manager, Project Director and Technical Director. In 2003, he joined Ferrari, as Project Manager Coupé-Spider, then Maserati in 2005 as... Read More →
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Bernard GUILLARME

Sales Director for the Electrical Charging Station business, Schneider Electric
Schneider Electric is active as specialist in solutions for car charging in more than 50countries.Bernard Guillarme is the Sales Director for the Electrical Charging Station businessin SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC, since mid-2014. He is managing the business in Francebut also in the rest of... Read More →
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Martin KOERS

Head of Economics and Climate Protection Department, German Association of the Automotive Industry (VDA)
The association has 600 companies. VDA has a staff of nearly 80 people to defend the interests of industrial members. It has offices in Berlin, Brussels and Peking. Dr. Koers has been Director since 2008 of the Economics and Climate Protection Department. Previously he worked at the... Read More →
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Kurt SIGL

President, E-Mobility Federal Association
The E-Mobility Federal Association promotes mobility in Germany through the use of renewable energies for electromobility. The association currently consists of about 200 companies from the automotive, electrical engineering, transport, renewable energy, and other sectors. Members... Read More →
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Francis VUIBERT

Préfet, délégué ministériel du ministre de l'économie et des finances
Francis VUIBERT est préfet délégué ministériel au développement territorial de l‘électromobilité et chef de projet du programme industriel électromobilité auprès du ministre de l‘écomomie et des finances. Il est conseiller du gouvernement.

Moderators
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Danièle BEHR

CEO & Founder, BEHR Consulting
CEO & Founder of BEHR Consulting which specializes in territorial economic development strategies, export marketing and business development on the France-Germany - Benelux axis for various sectors of activity, in particular the automotive industry, electromobility, renewable energies... Read More →
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Raimund NOWAK

Managing Director, Metropolitan Region Hanover
The Metropolitan Region is one of the world's leading regions for the automotive industry. The Greater Hanover Region Brunswick Göttingen Wolfsburg GmbH is made up of 60 municipalities, 15 universities, 40 companies and the state of Lower Saxony. The region enjoys very good conditions... Read More →


Friday October 5, 2018 14:30 - 15:45
The Plenary