On September 17, the first day of the Ecomobility event, 4 panels were held at the location in front of King Peter's house, which touched on the relations between ecomobility and various activities, as well as segments of today's society and life.
The first panel entitled "New technologies in the service of ecology", which opened the event, had an impact on motor vehicles for the environment. , Robert Lukić as a representative of Toyota Serbia and Olivera Zlatić of the company Enel PS. Were also subsidies that are 120 million dinars during the year with an additional 10 more. One of the goals of the ministry is to speed up the process of applying for and obtaining a subsidy.A major obstruction to the development of eco-mobility is the import of older used cars and currently the average vehicle in Serbia is older than 17. by provoking and developing eco-mobility in Serbia : government, car importers and manufacturers of chargers and charging networks.
The second panel on the impact of new financial and technological solutions on the development of eco-mobility, entitled "Are we ready for eco-mobility?" "The moderator was Adrijana Čortan, and Stanko Čučković, sales director of British Motors, Slobodan Pešić, director of AUDI, Vuk Guberinić, director of Car: Idi, Goran Kočić, member of the larger city municipality of Savski Venac, and Aleksandra Imširagić, assistant minister for environmental protection, took part in it. Automotive has a significant impact on air pollution in urban areas, but it is not the only one. , but it is not expected that this will be done.Car: Go has 350 vehicles and the company plans to replace them all with electric and hybrid, but the problem jr currently the number of chargers who are only 60 to 70 in the country and hope that it will The Municipality of Savski Venac is making efforts to increase the knowledge and awareness of citizens about the use of alternative technologies through tribunes and training.
The third panel on the topic "Media in the service of ecomobility" whose moderator was Adrijana Cortan, a member of the PR profession of Serbia Associations of importers of vehicles and parts Miloš Miošević Delta Auto, Aleksandar Andrić Toyota and journalists Darko Gigić SAT Media Group and Aleksandar Tucaković RTS. Discussions were held on the topic of the so-called The "yellow lanes" that road users can use, but are usually not instructed on how. The advantages of the hybrid were also discussed, as well as the frequent ignorance of this type of vehicle, which leads to driver dissatisfaction with performance and consumption. According to the participants, eco-mobility is both safety and ecology because they are equally important items.This we are talking about is not the future but the present, this exists in the world. The future has begun, the future is now, the participants agreed.
The fourth and last panel on the topic influenced the growing number of two-wheeled vehicles on the development of eco-mobility entitled "Infrastructure, safety and conditions of use of two-wheeled vehicles" as moderator led by Ignjat Kotlaja, and participated Zoran Bukvić on behalf of the Association of Street Citizens for cyclists, Sveta Simić company Motogrini, Vladimir Jevtić from ABM (Association for the Safety of Motorcyclists), Peđa Ezgeta Dualtron, Nikola Grujović Ooter Scooter and Đorđe Jovanović Xiaomi Serbia. Therefore, the transport infrastructure is not sufficiently developed or defined to ensure their participation in traffic, and the legal regulations are not clear. The expectations and hopes of the panel participants will be changed in the coming years.