Issue #87
October 2013

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Dear members,

Professionals from all across Europe are registering to attend the 2013 Polis Conference. So does Europe's transport Commissioner Siim Kallas who will deliver a key note speech following the opening plenary session. In addition, we will be able to meet and learn from more than 40 local and regional authorities across Europe as well as from representatives of neighboring sectors such as health.

To make sure to benefit from this learning and networking opportunity we urge all our members to register quickly for the conference before all seats are taken!

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Contact us if you do not know your login details!

Yours sincerely,
Sylvain Haon
Secretary General


EEO Webinar for policy makers today

The European Electromobility Observatory (EEO) invites cities and regions interested in electromobility to join today's webinar "Stimulating electric vehicle uptake". 30 Oct, 14-15h. Register here.

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