E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure Europe 2022 Conference

Approaches & Updates from Europe's Leading OEMs, E&Ps, Utilities & CPOs

September 27-29, 2022- Berlin, Germany

Our International Conference eMobility Charging Infrastructure returns to Berlin after three years, at a time when negotiations are ongoing in the European Parliament and the Council on alternative infrastructure regulations and the industry is witnessing never-before-seen agreements between automotive companies and the energy world.

The industry agrees that we are just at the beginning of the growth of the EV market - a marathon that we're just warming up for. And while there's no shortage of electric vehicles now, there is a shortage of charging infrastructure.

Researched and redeveloped to mirror exactly where the European e mobility and charging infrastructure segment is right now, the September 2022 agenda is a direct reflection of the EV charging ecosystem's greatest trends, pain points and challenges and sets out to deliver solutions, opportunities, and possibilities to prepare for exponential growth in the next three years.

Co-located with the 7th International Conference on BMS & Battery Technologies for EV/HEV 2022 conference, we're giving you the opportunity to learn from, network and do business with 100s of Battery, BMS and Charging experts over three full days in Berlin.

Top Reasons to Attend:

  • Gain A Clear View Of Where The Industry Is Right Now, And Where It's Going Next
  • Learn Business Models & Concepts For Cooperation In The Charging Sector
  • See Investment And Roll-Out Updates From Energy Companies
  • Gain Practical Measures For Commercial Vehicle Charging Infrastructure
  • Develop Knowledge & Strategies For Building & Expanding Charging Networks
  • Discover Mechanisms For International Roaming & Interoperability
  • View The Roadmap For Wireless Charging - Where Are We Now And Where Are We Heading?

New Conference Features

  • Opinions and Approaches from different parts of the industry and all contact groups, including automotive companies, utilities, energy companies, infrastructure investors and city planners
  • Understand what people are really working on and doing at the moment
  • Get a real exchange going with C-level attendees, people in charge who have the power to design things and get things going
  • See start-ups delivering elevator pitches and hear about new research projects from advanced scale-ups
  • Real world opportunities to disrupt the sector not only for developed countries, but also for developing countries
  • Three full days of presentations, discussions, and dialogues for a specialist audience - no broad-brush presentations on vague topics

Key Agenda Themes

  • Get a clear view of where the industry is right now, and where it’s going next
  • Hear strategic plans from pan-European companies for decarbonising the transport system
  • Bridging the automotive sector with the energy world: Understand business models for cooperation
  • Hear investment & roll-out updates from energy companies
  • Learn approaches to build, implement & expand charging infrastructure
  • Hear strategies to achieve the balance between a high-performance charging network, high charging speeds & what the vehicle can handle
  • Future of EV charging & Commercial vehicle charging
  • Updates on the German Calibration Law
  • Pan-European Regulation on Payment per kilowatt per hour
  • International Roaming: Mechanisms for roaming & vat centralisation
  • Vehicle Electrification & Charging solutions: Static Charging | Dynamic Charging | Battery Swapping | Plug & Charge | Wireless Charging
  • Greenhouse Gas Emission Trading

Speakers

  • Ana Paola Reginatto, Global Head of e-Mobility, Maserati
  • Despoina Chatzikyriakou, EV New Business Development and Energy Strategy, Toyota Motor Europe
  • Nikita Dobrynin, Senior Program Manager infrastructure eMobility, ŠKODA AUTO
  • Richard Hackforth-Jones, Head of Charging & Electrification, Jaguar Land Rover
  • Carla Detrieux, Director of Business Development, Volta Trucks
  • Maximilian Schumacher, Energy Strategy & Innovation - Europe, NIO
  • Giovanni Coppola, Head of Global Marketing, Enel X
  • Chetan Dhawan, Business Development, e-Mobility, Shell
  • Syed Haseeb Hassan, Automotive Transmission and Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure Specialist & Product Manager, ABB
  • Tomas Dzurilla, Emobility Director, ?EZ
  • Jeroen Jonker, Vice President Business Development, Tritium
  • Anupam Mukhopadhyay, Sr Product Manager, Amazon Last Mile
  • Michelangelo Aveta, Electromobility & Energy Efficiency - Electrification Lead, Eurelectric
  • Ismail Ertug MEP, Committee Member on Transport and Tourism, European Parliament
  • Tomoko Yamabe Blech, Managing Director, CHAdeMO Association Europe
  • Philippe Vangeel, Secretary General, AVERE
  • Andre Schlott, Head of Competence Center Energy and Thermal Management, Fraunhofer IFAM
  • Claudio Vittori, Automotive Supply Chain and Technology Associate Manager, E-Mobility and Charging Component Research, S&P Global
  • Dr. Katharina Vera Boesche, Partner in Rechtsanwaltskanzlei, Boesche Rechtsanwälte Partnerschaftsgesellschaft mbB
  • Freya Hunter, eMobility Charging Infrastructure Project Director, Automotive IQ
  • Saklyen Golam, Deputy Director, Sales & Business Development, Automotive IQ

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Event details
Organizer :IQEU
Event type :Conference
Attendance :Physical Event
Reference :ASDE-23759