The deployment of the 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 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 under consideration revolve around where to charge EVs, who will build the charging infrastructure, and whether electricity grids or a fast- or ultra-fast charging network will be ready for the envisioned EV growth.
To discuss these issues and to explore the best solutions for Europe, in 2021, BIS GROUP, in partnership with Efacec, EDP, BloombergNEF, AVERE is organizing the 3rd edition of a conference on EV Charging Infrastructure. After the success of the past two editions, the purpose of the 3rd edition of the conference is to continue the discussion on the challenges and opportunities associated with developing a charging infrastructure network and vehicle electrification, including focusing on V2G (vehicle to grid) application, the client of e-Mobility and e-Mobility charging services, EV customer, technologies and solutions to build an efficient and viable EV charging infrastructure in Europe.
The 2-days conference will have different sessions covering a wide range of topics relevant for all stakeholders in the EV charging infrastructure segment across Europe. It will present best practices in building EV charging infrastructure in some European countries, as well as recent technological developments and solutions to improve customer experience and interaction.
The agenda of the meeting is built around the trends and projections for e-mobility and charging infrastructures and services, challenges and developments in advanced car-sharing fleet management, lessons learnt and next steps for public charging, vehicle-to-grid integration, heavy duty e-mobility and smart charging of electric vehicles for fleet operators.
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