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Since the last 3 years, Electric vehicles are booming around the world. In France 16% of the cars sold are Batteries Electric Cars and this situation raises new questions and requires exploring the economic consequences of this rapid diffusion for public policy, network developments and tariffs design.

This event organised by the International Association for Energy Economics and the Florence School of Regulation represents an opportunity to review Electromobility field experiments (By W. Kempton), Prospective Scenarios for 2030-2050 (by R. Lauvergne), Tariff Design for EVs (I. Freitas Gomes) and motorways electrification (Pierre de Firmas).

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Moderators:

Yannick Perez, LGI- CentraleSupélec – University Paris-Saclay

Eric Hittinger, Golisano Institute for Sustainability at Rochester Institute of Technology

Speakers:

Willett Kempton (Center for Carbon-free Power Integration/ College of Earth, Ocean, and Environment/ University of Delaware)

Icaro Freitas Gomes (CentraleSupélec)

Remi Lauvergne (RTE / CentraleSupélec)

Pierre de Firmas (Enedis)

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