Mateusz Morawiecki emphasised that the government supports the development of this market, i.a. by way of tax incentives and the act on e-mobility and alternative fuels.
One of the areas discussed was public transportation devoted to the benefits and challenges associated with revolutionary changes in transport. The meeting participants presented solutions that created conditions for the development of e-mobility in various markets.
Poland is the leader in many issues related to e-mobility. We are the largest manufacturer and exporter of electric buses in the European Union, pointed out the Prime Minister. As he emphasised, the society expects clean transport and clean air.
The initiative of partnership for e-mobility constitutes one of the main areas of activity of the Polish Presidency in COP24. Its objective is technological and organisational change in transport, aimed at achieving the level of zero emission in this sector by manufacturing and promoting electrically-propelled vehicles.
The event was also attended by the Minister of Climate, Michał Kurtyka, and Deputy Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Ovais Sarmad.