Welcome to 4th Annual EV Charging Infrastructure: Ultra-Fast & Smart Charging 2023, the meeting point for the European energy sector companies concerned with EV infrastructure development and grid modernization.
The event is organized to continue the discussion and exchange practices and lessons learned in ultra-fast and smart charging development, energy storage, and what is needed to ensure grid stability and reliability.
By participating in this event, conference attendees will walk away with insights from grid operators on grid development options and the challenges arising in light of the growing use of and interest in electric vehicles and increasing electricity consumption.
- Expanding Europe’s charging infrastructure and ensuring a stable grid to accommodate it.
- How smart charging and V2G can help local distribution grids, SW/HW challenges.
- Smart charging and managing congestion, Bidirectional charging.
- Impact mitigation of AC charging on the grid.
- CSO: information for Charging Services Operators all over Europe (THEONDATA).
- Forecast on areas where EV and related chargers will show up (Innogy).
- Stabilizing the grid with V2G.
- Maximizing value through roaming agreements with eMSP’s & CPOs.
- Current and future role of roaming platforms (DCS, Hubject, ChargePoint, etc.).
- Optimising V2G to support the grid (Open data).
- Installation and Operation of HPC Charging.
- AFIR – implications for DC and HPC charging network rollout.
Engie is a French multinational energy company operating in over 70 countries. Established in 2008, Engie primarily focuses on electricity generation and distribution, natural gas, and energy services. The company is committed to accelerating the transition to a low-carbon economy and has set ambitious targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
ČEZ is a conglomerate of energy companies, mainly of them from the Czech Republic. The company provides generation, distribution, trade-in, and sales of electricity and heat, trade-in and sales of natural gas, and coal extraction. CEZ has more than 3.5 million customers across Europe and about 28,000 employees.
BP is a British oil and gas company that’s one of the world’s seven supermajors. BP announced its involvement in the Clean Gas Project, a world first in CCUS technology for capturing emissions from gas-fired power generation. The company operates in all oil and gas industry areas, including exploration and extraction, refining, distribution and marketing, power generation, and trading.
EnBW is a German energy company that provides electricity, gas, and water services to over 5.5 million customers. It operates a diverse portfolio of energy assets, including renewable energy sources like wind farms, solar parks, and hydroelectric power plants. EnBW is committed to reducing its carbon footprint and has set ambitious targets to become carbon-neutral by 2035. The company also offers innovative energy solutions and services, such as electric vehicle charging, smart home technologies, and business energy management systems. EnBW’s commitment to sustainability and innovation drives the transition to a more sustainable energy future.
Enel X is a global company that provides advanced energy solutions and services. It is part of the Enel Group, a multinational energy company based in Italy. Enel X offers a range of innovative solutions to help businesses, municipalities, and individuals improve their energy efficiency and reduce their carbon footprint. These solutions include energy management systems, demand response programs, and electric vehicle charging infrastructure. Enel X is committed to sustainability and is helping to accelerate the transition to a more sustainable energy future.
E.ON is a German multinational energy company. It operates in the fields of electricity generation and distribution, natural gas exploration and production, and energy trading. E.ON provides energy solutions to residential, commercial, and industrial customers, focusing on both conventional and renewable energy sources. The company plays a significant role in Germany’s energy transition and is actively involved in the development and implementation of renewable energy projects, such as wind and solar power.
Eurelectric is a trade association representing the interests of the electricity sector in Europe. Although the name includes “Belgium,” Eurelectric is actually based in Brussels and serves as the voice of the European electricity industry as a whole. The organization brings together over 3,500 companies, including electricity generators, distributors, and suppliers from across Europe.
E:E Consulting GmbH is a consulting company based in Germany. It specializes in providing consulting services in the field of energy and sustainability. E:E Consulting assists clients from various sectors, including energy companies, governments, and businesses, in navigating the complex landscape of energy markets and sustainable practices. The company offers expertise in areas such as renewable energy development, energy efficiency, energy policy and regulations, climate change mitigation, and carbon footprint analysis.
TotalEnergies is a multinational energy company headquartered in France, but it operates globally, including in the Netherlands. The company is engaged in various aspects of the energy sector, including oil and gas exploration, production, refining, and marketing. TotalEnergies is also actively involved in the development and implementation of renewable energy solutions.
Jedlix Smart Charging is a Dutch company that specializes in smart charging solutions for electric vehicles (EVs). The company offers innovative software and technology to optimize and manage the charging process of EVs. Jedlix’s smart charging platform enables EV owners to charge their vehicles at the most cost-effective and sustainable times, taking into account factors such as electricity prices, grid demand, and renewable energy availability.
Vattenfall is a Swedish power company that generates, distributes, and sells electricity and heat. With a history dating back to 1909, it has grown to become one of Europe’s largest electricity producers. Vattenfall operates in several countries and utilizes a mix of energy sources, including nuclear, fossil fuels, and renewable energy. The company is actively transitioning to cleaner and more sustainable energy solutions, aiming to be fossil fuel-free by 2050. Vattenfall offers a range of energy services to customers and is committed to reducing carbon emissions to enable a fossil-free future.
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