Debates led by CEBRI´s Energy Working Group outline main trends and challenges regarding the electrification of mobility
The event – “Electric Mobility: perspectives and challenges”- conducted on June 15th by CEBRI, in the scope of its Energy Working Group was led by Jorge Camargo and Clarissa Lins. Participants of the event included diverse executives and specialists of the sector, in addition to several CEBRI associates.
Jorge Camargo, CEBRI Trsutee and coordinator of the Working Group, opened the event by highlighting the importance of the debate in the global energy transition context. The debate included Marco Silva, President of Nissan in Brazil, Jerônimo Santos, Director of Retail of Ipiranga, Paulo Maisonnave, Head of Innovation of Enel X, as well as Clarissa Lins, founding partner of Catavento Consultancy and Senior Fellow of CEBRI, which in addition to moderating the debate, also outlined the context with main trends and challenges for the sector.
The participants presented each of their perspectives regarding electric mobility, taking into account key aspects for a larger scale national scenario, followed by a round of Q&A with the guests.
The debates were consolidated in a report elaborated by Catavento partners – Clarissa Lins, Bruna Mascotte and Guilherme Ferreira – available for download here.
For more information on electric mobility, download Catavento´s report –“Electric Revolution: a possible scenario for Brazilian mobility?” here.
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