• Lyon, 19 – 22 May 2019 Eurexpo
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    Lyon, 19 – 22 May 2019 Eurexpo

    EVS32, A world of E MOTION


“About the 32nd International Electric Vehicle Symposium”

“About the 32nd International Electric Vehicle Symposium”

Sustainable mobility is a key issue for all industrial manufacturers and public authorities. It affects both our lifestyles and the economy in general.

The future of sustainable mobility also depends on major changes to infrastructures, such as electrification, connectivity and driverless vehicles.

To prepare for these changes, it is essential to fully understand how new technology will be used for mobility in the future, as well as the related business models and issues surrounding social acceptability.


Scientific Program

Scientific Program

The EVS32 scientific program will include more than 150 lectures over the course of three days, addressing various complex topics, presented by leading global e-mobility researchers.



The AEC2019 program, with eight different sessions in total, will provide delegates with a taste of how industry and policymakers are driving the global electromobility sector. The different high-level sessions cover every aspect of e-mobility.

Ride & Drive

Ride & Drive

The Ride & Drive zone is an area in which you can try out all the latest electric vehicles on the market. From scooters to cars and bikes, all you have to do is push the start button!

Specific Areas

Specific Areas

Specific Areas aim to facilitate contacts and discussions between companies and representatives of national delegations, with a specific program of events and meeting spaces.

Elisabeth BORNE

Schedule: French Minister for Energy Transition and Solidarity, in charge of Transport
  • Élisabeth Borne was born on 18 April 1961 in Paris. She is a graduate of the École Polytechnique, the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées and the Collège des Ingénieurs.
    Élisabeth Borne joined the French Ministry for Public Infrastructures in 1987, before joining the Île-de-France Regional Directorate for Public Infrastructures in 1989. In the early 1990s, she became an advisor to Jack Lang at the Ministry of National Education and then an advisor to Lionel Jospin.
    In 1997, Élisabeth Borne joined the office of the new Prime Minister, Lionel Jospin, as technical advisor in charge of transport. In 2002, she was appointed Director of Strategy at SNCF, and then joined Eiffage in 2007 as Franchise Director.
    From 2008 to 2013, Élisabeth Borne was Director General for Urban Planning at the Paris City Hall.
    In February 2013, she was appointed Prefect of the Poitou-Charentes region.
    After spending a year at the Ministry of Ecology as the Director of Ségolène Royal's ministerial office, Élisabeth Borne succeeded Pierre Mongin as Head of the Régie autonome des transports parisiens (RATP [Parisan Transport Authority]) in May 2015.
    On 17 May 2017, Élisabeth Borne was appointed Transport Minister, reporting to the Ministre d’État, Minister for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition, in Edouard Philippe's new government.

  • Opening Ceremony - Monday 20th from 9:00 to 10:30am

Elisabeth BORNE
Schedule: French Minister for Energy Transition and Solidarity, in charge of Transport

Under the high patronage of

Platinium Partners

  • Enedis
  • EDF
  • Groupe Renault

Gold Partners

  • Siemens
  • Michelin
  • CharIn

Silver Partners

  • Banque Des Territoires - Groupe Caisse des Dépôts
  • Keba

Organized by

AVERE France live by gl events

Hosted by

AVERE Europe

In collaboration with




Media Partners

  • mag2lyon
  • Décisions durables
  • E Motec
  • Avem
  • World Electric Vehicle Journal
  • decisions-media
  • CHARGED Electric Vehicles
  • H2-international – The e-Journal on Hydrogen and Fuel Cells
  • Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology International
  • Shmuel De Leon Energy Ltd