Electromobility in CEE: can the region maintain its competitive edge?
Electric car sales reached over 10 million in 2022 globally. But this revolution of the transport sector is not only about EV sales but the whole value chain, including the charging infrastructure, the batteries and their components and the regulatory framework around it.
- We collected for you all the major developments in the electromobility industry of Central and Eastern Europe over the past 3 months;
- CEENERGYNEWS’ editor-in-chief Claudia Patricolo has prepared for you an in-depth analysis of the newly approved EU battery regulation, what it changes and how it will affect the companies operating in the region and beyond;
- We especially focused on the circularity aspect of the regulation, defining the competitive role that countries like Hungary and Poland can have;
- We made an exclusive interview with Péter Kaderják, Managing Director of the Hungarian Battery Association, analysing the main aspect of the EU battery regulation;
- We spoke also with Balázs Szilágyi, Head of Public Affairs in Europe at CATL, about the company’s operations and the road towards carbon neutrality;
- In the e-book, you’ll also find special and in-depth insights provided by experts in the sector, including the IEA, AVERE, BEPA, regional mobility associations and much more.
Enjoy reading our e-book!
Table of content
- Message from the Editor-in-chief
- In brief: highlights of the e-mobility industry in CEE
- Facts & Figures
- Interview with Balázs Szilágyi, Head of Public Affairs in Europe, CATL
- Feature: The developing European regulatory framework for the battery industry
- Q&A with Apostolos Petropoulos, Energy Modeller, International Energy Agency (IEA)
- Q&A with Maciej Mazur, President of AVERE & CEO of the Polish Alternative Fuels Association (PSPA)
- Analysis: Circularity of raw materials, a second life for batteries
- Interview with Péter Kaderják, Managing Director, Hungarian Battery Association
- Infographic: How will the EU battery regulation affect the batteries’ components?
- Q&A with Wouter IJzermans, Executive Director, Batteries European Partnership Association (BEPA)
- Analysis: Emissions still rising: is the future f heavy-duty vehicles electric?
- Q&A with Anela Karahasan, Secretary General, Association for Electromobility, Bosnia and Herzegovina
- Q&A with Patrik Krizansky, Director, Slovak Electric Vehicle Association (SEVA)
- In Summary