During the opening ceremony, Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki talked about activities supporting the development of electromobility in Poland, both on the demand, supply and regulatory side, including the financial incentives. He emphasized that such projects help strengthen Poland's innovative position and introduce changes in the other sectors of the economy. The Minister of Climate Michał Kurtyka talked about achievements of Poland in electromobility until now. He emphasized that we already have over 1,500 chargers on Polish roads that enable us to move by electric vehicles and that the largest lithium-ion battery factory in Europe operates in Poland.
The international participants and guests of the Forum took part in the workshop sessions and meetings of working groups in the formula of roundtable meetings and discussed the possible strategies for the development of e-Mobility, how to finance it, its business models and standards. They also talked about the challenges related to electromobility and its global future.
There was exhibition zone as integral part of the Forum, where both Polish and foreign manufacturers presented their products and solutions, including new models of electric cars.
Michał Kurtyka, Minister of Climate and the President of COP24 summarized all the discussions and emphasized the importance of cooperation between all parties interested in the development of electromobility: Thanks to the international partnership "Driving Change Together" and global cooperation, we can accelerate electromobility evolution. I hope we will meet again at the Global eMobility Forum next year - he said.