AWBriefing's next conference in their Hybrid and Electric Vehicle series is:
Electric Vehicle Infrastructure: Charging the Future of Transport
Thursday, 10th December 2009
The Royal Horseguards - One Whitehall Place, Westminster, London SW1A 2HD
Visit the "Electric Vehicle Infrastructure" Page
Some of our special guest speakers for this event will include:
- Bethan Carver - EDF Energy (confirmed) - Head of Partnerships and Affinities
- Ian McDonald - Future Transport Systems (confirmed) - Technical Director
- Sean Long - One Northeast Regional Development (confirmed) - Automotive and Low Carbon Vehicle Sector, Senior Specialist
Through a series of presentations, as well as informational discussions from leading figures in the automotive and utilities industries, participants will have the opportunity to enhance their understanding of key infrastructure issues including:
Evolving Business Models, Long Term Impacts To Utilities, Crucial Safety Concerns
Upcoming Charging Technologies – Rapid, Inductive, High Voltage vs. Low Voltage
Role of Utility Providers, "Greener" Grids, OEM and Government Initiatives & Investments
Expanding Vehicle-to-Grid Communications, Intelligent and Advanced Metering
Key Areas for Development and Opportunity in EV Infrastructure, Future Industry Projections
This conference offers a timely opportunity for stakeholders, investors and business representatives from the auto and utility industries to share their own experiences and exchange ideas in order to gain a key understanding of infrastructure requirements, charging technology and development opportunities as electric vehicle markets begin to expand around the globe. In addition, this session will provide an invaluable opportunity for delegates to expand their business network, as well as identify future obstacles that must be challenged in order to create a unified and advanced electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
Please note that delegate spaces for this event will be limited. In order to take advantage of their Early Registration Discount, be sure to register before 4th December 2009!
Further information can be found on their website here. You may also download a copy of the programme brochure, which contains instructions on how to book. Please feel free to circulate this article to any colleagues who may be interested in participating in this conference.