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E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure 2019

Amsterdam, The Netherlands, 2019

The European Parliament and Council have set CO2 emission performance standards and regulations that will incentivize the up-take of zero-emission vehicles, by both automotive original equipment manufacturers and car owners. With the political pressures for e-mobility having taken effect in the automotive industry, electric vehicles are rapidly developing and continuously meeting consumer expectations - but what about the charging infrastructure? 

The ball is now in the court of the energy industry to develop the necessary infrastructure to support e-mobility, and to support the achievement of the EU CO2 emissions targets. Our E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure 2019 conference will bring together senior level experts and decision-makers responsible for E-Mobility, Innovation, Sustainability, R&D from leading European energy companies to discuss next steps and main challenges for e-charging infrastructure through peer-to-peer networking in an exclusive business-friendly environment.

This small-scale business-meeting will assist energy companies in understanding corporate and business strategic considerations, legal & social implications, technology trends, and will further highlight what is needed for distribution network reconfiguration, and a unified and interoperable infrastructure.

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Speaker panel includes experts from:

  • Alpiq
  • Enel X
  • EnBW
  • Liander
  • NavigantResearch
  • McKinsey
  • Jedlix
  • Volvo Group
  • Has-to-be gmbh
  • Innogy SE
  • E.ON
  • BP
  • CEZ
  • Hyundai
  • Vattenfall
  • Dutch Organization for Electric Transportation

Topics to be addressed:

  • Strategic considerations for an EV infrastructure
  • Enel-X E-Mobility strategy
  • The  automotive OEM perspective
  • Electric vehicles supporting and stabilizing the low voltage grid: MEISTER
  • Impact of charging infrastructure on the distribution of EVs
  • EU legal frameworks for the future of E-mobility
  • Autonomous charging for the future
  • IOT ecosystem for EV charging infrastructure
  • Changing energy demands: re-shaping the electricity load curve
  • A business model for strategic partnerships, alliances, and collaboration
  • Smart charging of electric vehicles through the connected car
  • Transition from pilot project to roll-out

Target Market and Audience:

  • Utilities & Power Generation Companies
  • Transmission System Operators (TSOs)
  • Distribution System Operators (DSOs)
  • Automotive OEMs, Fleet owners, Public transport
  • Oil & Gas operator companies
  • Institutions / Regulators / Associations
  • Consultants and advisory firms

Who Should Attend:

CEO, SVPs, VPs, Partners, (Deputy) Directors, Heads, Managers, Leaders, Advisors, Engineers, Consultants responsible for: 

  • E-mobility
  • Electric Vehicles 
  • E-mobility infrastructure
  • EV infrastructure
  • Smart Charging
  • Charging Infrastructure
  • Charging stations 
  • EV stations 
  • R&D
  • Innovation 
  • Strategy  
  • Sustainability 
  • Home/Public charging services 
  • Renewable solutions
  • Ultra-fast charging  
  • Supercharging 
  • DC Charging 
  • AC Charging 
  • Vehicle projects 
  • eDrive 
  • Electrification
  • Clean technologies 
  • Green technologies 
  • Advanced mobility
  • Future networks


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