- Ministers, Mayors and the heads of leading companies committed to sustainable mobility will lead the Summit’s agenda.
- The W Santiago hotel will host the second face-to-face meeting of sustainable mobility organized by Latam Mobility, after two years on digital platforms.
- Perspectives of sustainable mobility in LATAM, the road to zero emissions of public transport and sustainable mining will be discussed during August 30 and 31.
More than 700 attendees, 30 partners and 23 strategic allies were part of Latam Mobility: Colombia, the first face-to-face meeting on sustainable mobility organized by the leading sustainable mobility community, Latam Mobility, after two years of virtual programming.
Now, the organization is preparing its second stop of the year in Chile, a country that has become a reference in the sector worldwide. By the end of 2022, it will have a fleet of 1,770 electric buses, the largest of its kind in Latin America and the second largest in the world, behind only China.
This scenario opens the doors to Latam Mobility: Chile, a high-level face-to-face Summit that will involve the heads of companies that make up various areas of sustainable mobility, from the financial sector and charging infrastructure, to automotive manufacturers.
During the meeting, which will take place at the W Santiago Hotel on August 30 and 31, participants will be able to take part in networking spaces in order to generate sustainable investments, expand contact networks, establish alliances, among other activities of interest.
The road to zero emissions in public transportation, technological advances, perspectives and plans of government entities, as well as trends in freight infrastructure, will be some of the topics to be addressed in the panels that will make up the conference.
Why is Chile a Capital of Sustainable Mobility?
In addition to having the largest fleet of electric buses in Latin America, Chile is known not only for having one of the largest lithium reserves in the world, but also for being one of the main producers of this mineral, which is vital for the manufacture of electric car batteries.
On the other hand, the accumulated sales of electric vehicles in the Latin American country have reached all-time highs. From January to May 2022 alone, 553 units have been sold, an unprecedented amount considering that the sum of cars sold in the same period during the last 10 years was 500, according to data provided by the National Automotive Association of Chile (ANAC).
How to Participate in Latam Mobility: Chile?
By purchasing a VIP ticket, you will have access to both days of the meeting in front row and to all the networking spaces (including VIP Breakfast) for allies.
With the General Admission, you will be able to enter both days of the meeting and see first hand all the sector’s vision, with access to exhibition areas and information stands.
If you would like to become a partner of Latam Mobility: Chile and have access to the benefits portfolio, please write to email@example.com.
Note: Latam Mobility (https://www.latamobility.com) is a leading regional organization promoting sustainable mobility and part of the Latin American network of sustainable investment, Invest in Latam (http://www.investinlatam.org). Among its collaborators are the Fédération Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), Formula E, World Bank, UN Move, OLADE, Bloomberg, Forbes, the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM), among others.