Electro-mobility can make transport cleaner and cheaper

But to move more people and goods using electricity, we need EU policies, programmes and initiatives that support synergies between the transport and energy sectors.

This platform unites organisations from across civil society, industries, and transport modes. Its members are committed to promote electro-mobility and strive to collectively develop solutions to electrify European transport, and to promote those solutions to the EU institutions and Member States.

More than


electric cars sold worldwide

By 2030, e-mobility

will support


more European jobs

E-mobility could help cut

air pollution from causing


premature deaths

E-mobility can help Europe

cut the nearly


it spends on oil each day

News & Events

Electro-mobility Platform reaction to the European Green Deal

The Electro-mobility platform – representing 37 industrial, urban and environmental stakeholders from across Europe’s e-mobility value chain – welcomes the Commission’s communication on the European Green Deal presented today.

What will fuel tomorrow’s mobility?

The session will address the issue of e-mobility in Europe in two intertwined panel discussions, one dedicated to the wider European strategic context and another devoted to projects and initiatives factually implementing e-mobility solutions.

Electro-mobility Platform letter to the upcoming Romanian presidency

Platform for electro-mobility calls on Romanian authorities to prioritise and complete negotiations on the Clean Vehicles Directive before the next European elections.

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A sound energy taxation framework for cleaner transport

Platform recommendations for a new taxation framework

Electro-Mobility Platform comments on the Eurovignette compromise text of 17 April 2019

Reaction to the Council Presidency compromise text of 17 April 2019

Contribution to the EC strategic long-term vision for a prosperous, modern, competitive and climate-neutral economy by 2050

This paper outlines the Platform’s position for achieving carbon neutrality in Europe by 2050

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