Focusing on mobility trends, EV fleet integration, smart grids and ICT, EV and PHEV technology, charging infrastructure deployment & scale management - and more!
Over 90 international EV specialists came to Oslo for 3 days of networking and an in-depth look at tested strategies to catalyse the electric vehicle market
With senior fleet decision makers and retail property managers joining us at WEVS, we had a great opportunity to network with and hear from end-users of EVs and charging solutions
WEVS offered test drives in the latest electric drive vehicles from leading vehicle OEMs between sessions
You'll have the opportunity to network with senior EV market leaders and key decision-makers from:
Exporting Norway's EV Strategy
To what extent can Norway's transport electrification strategy be replicated in cities and countries across Europe and the world more broadly? Per-Andre Torper (Deputy Director, Environmental Affairs Section, Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications) and Rune Haaland (President, Electric Vehicle Union) led two engaging sessions to discuss the future of transport electrification policy
Creating New Partnerships With Utilities
E-mobility project leaders from the utility space - including Verbund, Vattenfall, EDF, RWE and E.ON SK - shared their experiences on the potential to partner in order to scale and deploy commercially viable e-mobility models, and the development of value-added services and smart grid technology required to facilitate this
Compare And Contrast E-Mobility Projects
Senior e-mobility development advisors and project procurement specialists from the city of Oslo, Copenhagen, London, Stockholm and Amsterdam compared the unique approaches taken at the city project level to push electric vehicle uptake and charging forward and learn about new projects and partnership opportunities in the pipeline
The 4X4 Panel
We learnt more about the mobility needs of fleet operators from a commercial and technical perspective in the 4X4 Panel which included senior fleet decision makers from Coca Cola Refreshments, UPS, Loomis Denmark and The University of Birmingham, who explored these complex issues as they relate to commercial and non-commercial fleet operations
European Grid Interoperability
Speakers explored the latest in grid interoperability development with local and international utility companies leading the implementation of smarter grids, transmission and distribution networks to facilitate new value-added charging services
ICT And Electric Vehicles
Senior leaders in the ICT space from across the value chain - including utilities, smart grid developers, e-mobility operators, vehicle OEMs and tier 1/2 suppliers - discussed the development of a common services platform clustered around the electric vehicle charging
Take a look at the agenda here for more details of this leading electric vehicles event.
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