Car industry has been seen as the major cause of the pollution for decades. Must we compromise the convenience of personal transport to pursue sustainability? Is electric propulsion the only solution to reduce emission? What if one day our car will be part of the solution, not part of the problem?
The annual Stora Mobilitetsdagen, previously known as Stora Bildagen was held Tuesday December 10th in Stockholm with participants across industries, government, medias and academia. As one of the primary fora for both Swedish and international automotive industries, this year’s event again inspires engaging discussions on future mobility. There has been a shared vision that the effort to achieve sustainability shouldn’t stop at electrification, but also look into battery recycling, child labor issues in the raw material supply chain, and how we integrate the vehicle into an ecosystem to optimize energy consumption. Cars can do more and will become part of the solution to emissions and congestions.
NEVS CEO Stefan Tilk introduced NEVS vision in future mobility as one of the keynote speakers on stage.
"We need a systematic change towards the negative environmental impact made", Stefan said.
"The solution towards future mobility will go beyond ICE-vehicles – Self-driving vehicles and the mobility service will be key components of NEVS future offering."