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How Luxembourg is preparing for the switch to electric vehicles by 2030

Published on 19.10.2021

Electromobility is becoming more and more important as a solution for our travels and the will to rapidly reduce our CO2 emissions makes this change inevitable.


During the webinar organised by ACL's Fleet Association for Mobility (FAM), five experts, including the Minister for Spatial Planning and Energy Claude Turmes, discussed the future of electromobility and more specifically the charging infrastructure.
 
If you did not have the opportunity to attend, you can now watch the replay and find answers to most of the questions raised by the transition to electromobility.
 



For further information, please visit our dedicated web area or address any question to our mobility team at fleet@acl.lu.
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