• Tuesday, October 26, 2021
  • 11:30 - 13:00
  • Memo
  • Agorà City&Mobility Pav.D7
  • Italian

Organized by: Motus-E, Autobus, Kyoto Club

Motus-E is the first association formed to promote electric mobility in Italy, Autobus is a magazine specialised in public transport, Kyoto Club is a no-profit organisation to achieve Kyoto Protocol’ goals. Together, they organise the event “Zero emission public transport. Motus-e’s guidelines to accelerate electrical transition”. 
Starting from the guidelines drawn up by Motus-E, it will be illustrated the main challenges and opportunities about public transport electrification. From current policies to PNRR funds for TPL, from goals regarding emission reduction to the renewal of car fleet, from the purchase to the rent of vehicles. The talk will see the participation of speakers from Genoa and Bergamo that will share their experiences about the two cities, of FS and FSI that will illustrate their intermodality projects, their reorganisation of stations’ public spaces, as well as the innovation of services such as MaaS that promotes zero emission mobility.  


Introduction: Anna Donati, Kyoto Club 
Zero emission mobility for public transport 

Moderator: Roberto Sommariva, Journalist 


Francesco NasoSegretary general MOTUS-E 
The Vademecum to accelerate electrical transition in TPL 

Enrico Giovannini, Minister for infrastructure and sustainable mobility TBC*

Matteo Campora, Councillor for ecological transition, transports and mobility, Municipality of Genoa  

Giovanni De Filippis, AD IIA (Italian Industry of Autobus) and president of ANFIA Autobus 

Daniele DiazAgens 

Gianni Scarfone, Director General, ATB Bergamo 

Luigi Contestabile, Chief Asset Advisoring and Services Development RFI 

Sonia Sandei, Enel | Coordinator of TPL Motus-E table