MOW FORUM Andalucía (New Mobility Order in the World), an international forum on the future of mobility and the automotive sector, which will take place on 24th and 25th of November in Seville, will have the energy company Cepsa and the professional services firm EY as strategic partners.

Under the chairmanship of the Committee of Honour of H.M. the King, MOW FORUM Andalucía is conceived as a high-level meeting between manufacturers and regulators, with the participation of the mobility user. Specifically, the forum will bring together more than 40 authorities, company executives, representatives of user organisations and opinion leaders with the aim of promoting debate and global reflection on the future of mobility and sustainable innovation.

In this sense, the multinational company Cepsa joins this forum as a strategic partner, with the main objective of presenting its commitment to sustainable mobility. As part of its 2030 strategy, Positive Motion, the company is working to become a benchmark in the energy transition during this decade. To this end, it is transforming itself into a company that is more focused on the needs of its customers, who are also facing their own decarbonisation challenges.

As part of its commitment to sustainable mobility, Cepsa is developing the largest ultra-fast on-road recharging network in Spain and Portugal, and will boost demand for green hydrogen in road transport by installing refuelling stations on the corridors connecting the Iberian Peninsula with Europe.

The company is also transforming its service stations, the second largest network in Spain and Portugal, into multi-mobility spaces. These digitised facilities will offer a wide variety of ultra-convenience and catering services, as well as different energy solutions.

For its part, EY becomes ‘Knowledge Partner’ of MOW FORUM Andalucía, as a leading professional services firm in Smart Mobility, the transport and automotive sector. In this regard, EY will be responsible for monitoring the contents and drawing up the conclusions of the two days of debate that will be presented as the Final Declaration of MOW FORUM Andalucía 2022.

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 Pact (Zero Emissions Target) have on the Automotive Industry and the Mobility User.

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