24 - 26 April 2018
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Report on 800 Volt Fast Charging

There is a need for a standardized charging connection and network. OEMs and regulators are working towards such harmonized standards, but a fully-compatible European-wide charging network is yet to be established.

When Porsche unveiled the Mission E concept at the Frankfurt Motor Show last year, it introduced the first 800 Volt charging concept, which has the potential to change the landscape of the electric vehicle market. However, with no 800 Volt charging stations or agreed standards at present, the concept also poses a variety of questions and challenges.

Automotive IQ has written an exclusive free report, download it here.

Interview with Simon Crowfoot, Managing Director at Ecotricity

Automotive IQ spoke exclusively to Simon Crowfoot, Managing Director at Ecotricity regarding the future of e-mobility charging infrastructure in Europe. He has been overseeing the build up of the Electric Highway, one of the largest rapid charge networks in Europe powered by renewable energy.

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Report on Electric Charging - Now and in the Future

Switch on your TV, thumb through a newspaper, or trawl the web, and you could be forgiven for thinking that we are about to enter a gilded age of electrification – a world where the petrol powered vehicle is being phased out. Automotive IQ as written an exclusive report on the topic of "Electric Charging - Now and in the Future". Download the full report here.

BMW discuss Shaping Urban Mobility

Dr. Michael Hajesch, Senior Expert, Corporate Planning and Product Strategy from BMW is demonstrating their vision of the future quality of life and mobility in cities. Read about developments and benefits in sustainable urban mobility, cooperation across stakeholders, additional services to be explored as well as the effects on traffic flow and emissions. Download the full presentation for free here.


Electric Charging - The Role of the Supermajors

OEMs will lead the way in advancing the super-power charging networks, a myriad of players will be required to build the infrastructure believes Christoph Heuser, Project Manager for Ricardo Strategic Consulting. 

What current business opportunities exist? Where are the supermajors going? 

Expand your knowledge within this area, with this exclusive report written by Automotive IQ on the topic: "Electric Charging - The Role of the Supermajors".

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