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NEXT MOBILITY EXHIBITION 2024. MEANS AND SOLUTIONS TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY

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NEXT MOBILITY EXHIBITION 2024. MEANS AND SOLUTIONS TO ACHIEVE SUSTAINABLE MOBILITY

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Electric charging, a challenge to win as a team
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The need for an adequate charging infrastructure is crucial for enabling the large-scale adoption of electric vehicles.

With global attention increasingly focused on reducing emissions and transitioning to more sustainable forms of transport, electric vehicles are rapidly gaining ground as a solution to reduce air pollution and improve air quality in cities around the world. However, one of the main obstacles to the deployment of this revolutionary technology is the need to ensure an adequate charging infrastructure.

Next Mobility Exhibition will offer a unique platform for exploring the latest innovations in the field of charging systems and for discussing the challenges and opportunities this technology presents. Charging systems are a key element in the transition to cleaner and more sustainable modes of transport in our cities. With a combination of innovative technologies, intelligent energy management and strategic planning, it is possible to create efficient and environmentally friendly transport fleets that improve the quality of life in urban communities. Municipalities are now faced with a choice influenced by the operational requirements and the environments in which their vehicles operate. In recent years, various charging solutions have appeared on the market for the public transport sector to meet the needs of the sector, including slow or overnight charging, in-station fast charging, induction charging and ultra-fast charging. In addition to the charging technology itself, it is also crucial to consider its integration with the existing infrastructure and intelligent energy management.

However, logistical considerations play a crucial role in choosing the most suitable charging system for a specific electric bus fleet and Italian cities, in this specific respect, represent an urban planning challenge that is setting the standard internationally.