Berlin, 19.12.2019 (PresseBox) – Running from 31st March – 2nd April 2020, the 6th E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure in Europe 2020 Conference will focus on building a sustainable charging infrastructure from utilities, CPOs, and OEMs. Automotive and energy professionals will come together to exchange knowledge, ideas and real-world strategies for building the charging and fueling infrastructure in Europe.
The charging technology has already reached a few milestones to become efficient on a mass scale, however, one of the main questions for the main operators is how to create a profitable business model based on this technology? How to predict the demand for charging locations and pricing of the energy? How to mitigate power loads at peak times and assess the usage in various types of locations?
With the agenda focused on the European e-mobility landscape in 2020, this conference includes discussions on how to adjust to the new landscape enabling profitable charging for all parties. Automotive and energy professionals will come together to discuss their experience and the main challenges related to wireless charging, power overload management, and political and legal hurdles. Among many others, the event will address the following topics:
Developing Europe-wide activities on building a sustainable charging infrastructure from utilities, CPOs, and OEMs
How the charging infrastructure is keeping up with the demand of coming from climate goals in the Paris agreement
Implementation of new business models in the e-mobility sector by utilities and energy providers
Political, legal, and regulatory hurdles that need to be overcome for a unified and sustainable charging infrastructure
Developments in topics such as DC grid, wireless charging, and electric roads and other important topics shaping e-mobility charging infrastructure right now!
Participate in interactive workshops and round tables with leading industry experts to discuss the current state of EU regulation for charging infrastructure, innovations in e-mobility charging, cross border compatible charging and other topics shaping the e-mobility charging landscape.
This expert forum will bring together major players active in the automotive and energy industry including Hyundai, Verbund AG, Allego BV, Enel-X, BP, SMARTRICS, AVERE The European Association for Electromobility, CHAdeMO Association, The Swedish Traffic Administration, Municipality of Amsterdam and more.
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Unternehmen: IQPC GmbH
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