The first edition of MOW FORUM Andalucía (New Mobility Order in the World), which will take place at the Seville Congress Pavilion-FIBES 2 on 24th and 25th of November, will bring together more than 40 speakers and 300 attendees, including manufacturers, regulators and users, from the automotive and mobility sector.

Under the presidency of the Committee of Honour of H.M. the King, Felipe VI, the forum is organised by the Regional Government of Andalucía, with the collaboration of the Royal Automobile Club of Spain (RACE) and the participation of the City Councils of Seville and Malaga, and its main objective is to analyse and debate the challenges, impacts and consequences that the 2030-2050 Agenda and the European Green Deal (Zero Emissions Objetives) have on the Automotive Industry and the Mobility User.

In total, the forum has 9 panels, covering topics such as the economic and social situation of the automotive industry sector, the regulatory framework, the analysis of the different energies and their development, motorsport as a test bench for automotive manufacturers, or how the new mobility affects users, among other topics.

MOW FORUM Andalucía will be attended by 40 speakers, including the Executive Vice-President of the European Commission and Commissioner for Trade, Valdis Dombrovskis; the President of the FIA, Mohamed ben Sulayem; the President and COO of Hyundai Motor Company, José Muñoz; the President of the FIA Commission for Environment and Sustainability and former President of Mexico, Felipe Calderón; the Director of Mobility & New Commerce of Cepsa, Pierre-Yves Sachet; and the Director General of Traffic of Spain, Pere Navarro, among others.

MOW FORUM Andalucía is conceived as a meeting point for government authorities and those responsible for defining the regulatory framework for application, senior representatives of the business sector and opinion leaders, with the participation of the end user and consumer.

MOW FORUM Andalucía 2022 will allow the different agents involved to exchange their approaches and perspectives in the short, medium and long term, with the common objective of building an orderly, pragmatic and realistic transition model in the evolution to a new sustainable, connected and efficient mobility.