EV Charging Infrastructure Forum

February 28-29, 2024 - Amsterdam, Netherlands

The deployment charging infrastructure is the prerequisite for the spread of electric vehicles. A well-established charging network increases vehicle miles using electricity, relieves range anxiety and reduces inconvenience concerning charging process. EVs are visualized to dominate the future mobility market in the Europe. However, a robust charging infrastructure, necessary to make e-mobility a complete reality, is seen as lagging behind requirements.

The discrepancy in the development of EVs and its charging infrastructure is being recognized across Europe. V2G (vehicle to grid) applications are also evolving at a great pace. The fundamental issues being considered, thus, revolve around where to charge the EVs, who will build the charging infrastructure, and whether electricity grids or fast- or ultra-fast charging network will be ready for the envisioned EV growth.

Event Statistics

  • 35+ Speakers
  • 150+ Attendees
  • 10+ Sponsors

About the event

The growth of the electric vehicle market continues to play a pivotal role in the decarbonisation of the transport sector and in achieving the government's plan to get to nearly 1 million electric vehicles by 2030.

The EV industry is growing rapidly around the world, especially in China and the United States. The EV charging industry is a dynamic industry with a wide range of applications. Government initiatives of several countries around the world play a vital role in the development of electric vehicle charging stations.

In the next decade, the number of electric vehicles (EVs) on our roads will likely rise substantially, and we believe the bulk of the charging of these vehicles will take place at home. But readily accessible charging away from one's home (or one's workplace) will also be key to support EV growth.

According to Markets and Markets, the global electric vehicle charging station market size is projected to grow from 2,115 thousand units in 2020 to 30,758 thousand units by 2027, indicating a paradigm shift from conventional vehicles to electric vehicles. Developing adequate EV Charging infrastructure to cater to the rising demand for EVs on the road is the need of the hour.

Government initiatives to drive the adoption of electric vehicles and associated infrastructure, rising demand for electric vehicle fast-charging infrastructure, increasing prevalence of range anxiety, and increasing deployment of EVs by shared mobility operators are the major factors supporting the growth of the market. Increasing R&D in V2G technology, increasing adoption of electric mobility in emerging economies, and growing deployment of charging stations by retail MNCs provide significant growth opportunities for market players.

While charging technology has been evolving at a faster pace, electrical infrastructure development across cities has remained a challenge. The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) recently reported that at least 2.8 million electric charge points will be needed across the EU by 2030, a 20-fold increase needed to support the upcoming tide of electric vehicles over the next decade

This EV Charging Infrastructure 2024 event is set to become the world's leading conference exclusively for the automotive and electrical power industry, to meet and collaborate with a large array of charge point developers and policymakers, to examine new developments in electrical infrastructure and charge point technologies and address how the industry plans to support the growing use of electric vehicles.

This event will bring together industry experts and decision-makers responsible for EV charging infrastructure and all industry stakeholders across the automotive and electrical industries to network and build cross-market relationships, discuss the current state of smart charging and V2G solutions, explore new technologies and innovations addressing the real challenges of charging infrastructure. The programme will focus on what the 2030 challenges will mean for the EV ecosystem and how we could move towards a charging infrastructure that works for the consumer, system and energy transition.

Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure 2024 will position itself as the leading premier events for the global electric vehicle sector. With its interactive format of panel discussions, presentations, open discussion allowing for engaging Q&A, and structured business networking opportunities.

EV Charging Infrastructure Forum is making a huge furore in the orbit of electric vehicle conference 2024. This kind of a glorified EV charging virtual event is all set to give out wild imagination as far as the full scale production of electric vehicles are concerned. EV Charging Infrastructure Forum is scheduled to take place in Amsterdam, Netherlands from the 28th - 29th February 2024.

Key Topics & Discussions

  • The Evolution of EV Charging Infrastructure
  • An Overview of European EV Charging Infrastructure Landscape
  • The Future of EV with V2X Technology and Ultra-Fast Charging
  • Testing and Certifying EV Charging Infrastructure
  • EV Charging Business Models and B2B Pricing between MSP & CPO
  • Embracing Artificial Intelligence to Drive EV Growth
  • EV Charging Developments: Range Anxiety
  • Regulatory Framework and Financing Opportunities and Challenges Facing EV Charging Infrastructure
  • Smart and Fast Charging of Electric Vehicles
  • Cyber and IT Security for Charging Infrastructure
  • Insights on Interoperability Issues and Reliability of Charging Infrastructure


  • Marcus Liertz, BMW Group, Head of Charging Quality
  • Barbara Zuiderwijk, Green Giraffe Advisory, Managing Director
  • Davide De Michino, Enel X Way S.r.l, Head of Products and Energy Services
  • Dr. Karsten Wasiluk, Daimler Buses, Manager Charging Infrastructure and Energy Management
  • Tomas Chmelik, ?EZ, Head of E-mobility Infrastructure
  • Caro De Brouwer, Fastned, Director Network Development
  • Despina Chatzikyriakou, ZEEKR Europe, Head of Charging Infrastructure and Energy Management
  • Aaron Berry, Department for Transport, Deputy Head, Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (energy and infrastructure)
  • Laurin Vierrath, 50Hertz Transmission GmbH, Energy Economics
  • Volker Rossmann, Pixii, Chief Sales Officer
  • Marc Mültin, Switch, Founder & CEO
  • Claudio Vittori, S&P Global, Manager, E-Mobility Component Research
  • Philipp Marinitsch, Energie Steiermark Kunden GmbH, Head of E-mobility & infrastructure coordination
  • Guido Sacchetto, European Commission, Policy Officer on ‘Zero emission mobility’
  • David Trousdale, Technical Director - Transport Decarbonisation, Technical Director - Transport Decarbonisation
  • Ben Foulser, KPMG, Partner
  • Tim van Pelt, ING, Global Lead  Batteries & Charging, Sustainable Value Chains
  • Monish Ananthu, Genesis Motor Europe, Manager - EV Charging
  • Jorg van Heesbeen, Jedlix, CBO and co-founder
  • Kristofer Fröjd, Ellevio AB, Senior Vice President, Strategy & Business Development
  • Philipp Leitner, The Mobility House, Business Development Manager
  • Subhajit Biswas, Robert Bosch GmbH, Business Development - Charging services for electric commercial fleets
  • Stijn Uytterhoeven, Head of e-Mobility, Engie Laborelec
  • Alex Metz, Apricum – The Cleantech Advisory, Director, Green Mobility Practice Lead

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Steigenberger Airport Hotel Amsterdam
Stationsplein Zuid-West 951 , 1117CE
Schiphol, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Event details
Organizer :Leadvent
Event type :Conference
Attendance :Physical & Online Event
Reference :ASDE-24619