The third edition of City & Financial Global’s EV Infrastructure Summit is being held on the 18th January – 19th January 2022.
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.
The conference will feature insightful presentations from, and informed debate between, senior experts and government representatives on the key topics involved in the roll-out of EV infrastructure, recent developments and mid-term expectations.
Key topics will include:
- How do we go from aspiration to delivery? Did the COP 26 have any influence on the recent developments in the UK EV Infrastructure industry and what exactly do we need to know now?
- Update on the UK Government’s Transport Decarbonisation plan. Inclusiveness and community charging – how do we ensure that no-one is left behind?
- The perspective of the devolved nations on maximising the investment in EV infrastructure and overcoming the inherent tension in energy being devolved but not transport
- Providing clarity on the UK Government’s efforts to increase the provision of EV Infrastructure.
- EV & the automotive industry – a post Brexit perspective.
- EV fleets: do they make sense for fleet operators and to what extent will they catalyse EV adoption among consumers? Which ESG issues are they facing and what have been the main decarbonisation challenges so far?
- Rapid EV charging technology.
- Looking into the future – moving towards a charging infrastructure that works for the consumer, the system and energy transition. The state of EV innovation, recent developments and mid-term expectations
- The state of EV innovation and the race for EV leadership. The lessons learned from other countries in Europe and further afield.
- Maximising the investment in EV infrastructure to provide consistency and continuity to those travelling across the UK’s regions.
- Catalysing investment in charging hubs.
Gemserv are one of the sponsors of this event and our Head of Electric and Autonomous Vehicles, Joachim Brandt, will be moderating the panel session:
Providing clarity on the UK Government’s efforts to increase the provision of EV Infrastructure. Creating investable opportunities for the EV industry and the capital markets. What will be the requirements of the efficient EV charging infrastructure by 2030? To which extent is the EV growth led by the market and does it require the UK Government’s intervention?
To find out more about this event, including how to register please visit City & Financials website (use discount code ‘EVI3GMS’ to receive a 30% discount off the registration fee):