03.05.2020

The Next Stop : State of the Art of E-mobility Podcast

Learn more about the ever changing landscape and development of E-mobility worldwide with 3 key experts in this episode of The Next Stop, our in-house podcast.

E-mobility and it’s implementation has changed so much and so quickly during last the decade. For those of us that are new to this domain, we wanted to give you an overview of how electric mobility has come along so far.
What is now possible that wasn’t a few years back? What has changed in terms of infrastructure? To find this out, in today’s episode we interviewed three experts and asked them about the State of the Art of e-mobility and also way that lead there.

This episode features:

Magnus Karlstromen and Ola Stensby from the Lindholmen Science Park in Gothenburg, Sweden. Ola has worked in Lindholmen for the last 7 years already. He is handling the topics of public safety and mobility, with a focus on e-mobility, especially during the last few years. Before, he had an industrial career at Ericsson, a Swedish telecommunication company for more than 20 years. Magnus joined the Science Park four years ago. But he’s been involved with e-mobility for more than 20 years already. Besides from working in the BSR electric project, he writes the newsletter about e-mobility for a Swedish audience funded by the Swedish M&A agency.

Also featuring Gregorz Krajewski, a project manager in the active mobility unit of the city of Gdansk, where he’s working with projects promoting cycling and walking. As he is also part of the municipal mobility strategy team, he is not only working on active mobility projects but mobility in the city of Gdansk in general. As a mobility expert, he sometimes consults when designing new parts of city infrastructure, mainly cycling infrastructure.

To ask questions and network with these experts directly, please join our LinkedIn group.

Shownotes and Transcript -
As the BSR electric project includes social inclusion as a theme, we've prepared written transcripts for better accessibility. Please find these here : shownotes-state-of-the-art

This episode of The Next Stop was produced by Arjun Jamil. Co-produced by George Matthews and technical support and music by Jona Scholz. We’re a part of the project BSR-Electric and are funded by the INTERREG Baltic Sea Region Programme.
Our working team is based out of the Hamburg University of Applied Sciences (HAW) at the Research and Transfer Centre “Sustainability and Climate Change Management” (FTZ-NK).

We’re introducing an online learning course for decision makers, researchers and stakeholders invested in the electric mobility revolution, just like you. To find out more, check out our website at www.bsr-electric.eu

We’re also holding our project’s final conference online as an Open access resource, meaning it’s completely free of charge with interactive presentations, joint learning and networking opportunities. Come join us on the 16th till the 17th of June 2020- to register please follow the latest updates on our website!

Thank you for listening in and I hope you tune into our next episode, coming soon!

Here are the links mentioned in the podcast:

BSR electric’s LinkedIn:www.linkedin.com/groups/13561920/

Lindholmen Science Park: www.lindholmen.se/

Electric Vehicle Symposium:www.evs32.org/

Avere: www.avere.org/

Swedish Electromobility Centre: www.emobilitycentre.se/

Gdansk’s Website: www.gdansk.pl/

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Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, DE

Prof. Dr. (mult.) Dr. h.c. (mult.) Walter Leal
Franziska Wolf
Arjun Jamil
Marion Mundhenk
Nicolas Restrepo Lopez

Research and Transfer Centre „Sustainability and Climate Change Management“
Hamburg University of Applied Sciences
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