Are there not enough models of EVs? Or is the charging infrastructure insufficient or vice versa?
OEMs and operators are working hard to evolve smart fast-charging infrastructure in a currently fast-paced environment. In order to comply with current and future challenges such as how to allow high power charging for electric vehicles, how to strengthen the current charging infrastructure in order to eliminate range anxiety, how to guarantee smart concepts of connectivity, access and billing systems as well as the aspect of end users` requirements towards EV usage.
This two-day conference with an additional workshop day will address the latest developments, challenges and opportunities of charging infrastructure in Europe in an interactive way.
Senior Technology Advisor Electromobility
Volvo Group, Sweden
Project Leader E-Motor
Economy Tourism, Infrastructure and Mobility Department, Office of the Government of Carinthia, Austria
Hyundai Motor Company, Belgium
Business Development Manager
WeShare, A Volkswagen Group Company, Germany
Public Policy & Government Relations EU
BP, United Kingdom
Vice President eMobility
Deutsche Post, Germany
Product Manager of Public Charging
Project Leader Interoperability of Smart Grids, Electric Vehicles and Smart Homes
European Commission, Joint Research Centre, Italy
Project Manager EV Fast Charging Infrastructure For Urban Freight
Polis Network, Belgium
Lund University, Sweden
EU Policy Director
Bundesverband Neue Energiewirtschaft (bne) Association of Energy Market Innovators, Germany
2019 Highlighted Discussion Topics:
Fast Charging: Inform yourself about the future of fast charging
Find out how the GDPR and the ePrivacy Regulation affect the e-mobility industry
Charging in urban and suburban environments: The key challenges and how to tackle them
Understand the role of Mobility as a Service (MaaS), Micro mobility and Last Mile Services in electromobility city traffic planning
Customer Centricity: Find out what customers really need and really want!