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Over a quarter of the global, final energy use goes into transport. In order to reach our climate targets, this sector must become more sustainable in the coming years.
In this Masterclass, we offer a global picture of the energy issues around sustainable mobility. We also pay in-depth attention to recent innovations, the feasibility of new energy sources for the transport sector and dive into the business models and exemplary company case studies of electric mobility and hydrogen.
Together with multiple experts, we will discover the future of mobility in two days at Brunel’s Amsterdam office. Brunel’s Solar Team will showcase their solar car to inspire people in the fields of sustainability and innovation. The Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO) experts will discuss the trends and future policy perspective for the mobility sectors, including electric mobility. Additional experts from WaterstofNet and CMB.Tech will further discuss the opportunities that hydrogen has to offer in mobility.
The Sustainable Mobility Masterclass takes you on a tour of sustainable energy sources and technologies that can be used to make transport more sustainable. We look at the most recent developments and innovations in electric mobility and hydrogen and discuss the economic and technological potential of different solutions. Our key lecturer, Bert Stuij, will teach you all the ins and outs of the future of sustainable mobility together with multiple experts.
The Sustainable Mobility Masterclass is intended for professionals inside and outside the mobility sector who want to acquire a better understanding of the energy issues around sustainable mobility.
Bert Stuij (MSc.) is Vice President Innovation at the Energy Delta Institute (EDI) and Manager National Programmes/Energy at the Netherlands Enterprise Agency RVO, a government institution. At EDI, Stuij works on programme development and education with a specific focus on energy transition. At RVO, Stuij is responsible for renewable energy, energy efficiency and energy innovation policy. Previously Stuij worked in the private sector for Shell and at various semi-private institutions (Novem) and government agencies (SenterNovem, AgentschapNL).