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Robust, smart, and efficient charge points to make e-Mobility a complete reality.

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Latest research from EV charging developers and electrical infrastructure experts.

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Boosting EV charging infrastructure

Hear the latest case studies in electrical infrastructure development for electric vehicles.

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Expert Speakers to Date

  • Claudio Vittori
    IHS Markit
  • Christopher Hecht
    RWTH Aachen University
  • Patrick Clerens
    The European Association for Storage of Energy
  • Mika Zaurin Casanova
    CHAdeMO Association
  • Fabrice Roudet
  • Christof Kunze
    ABB AG
  • Henrik Engdahl
    AB Volvo
  • Patrik Akerman
  • Marc Gebert
    NXP Semiconductors
  • Nir Zohar

Past Attendees

  • Rolls-Royce Solutions Berlin
  • TWAICE Technologies
  • dcbel energy
  • Hitachi Energy
  • Vector Informatik
  • Celanese
  • Hewitt Studios
  • Valeo
  • Hawaii Natural Energy Institute
  • Volta Trucks
  • BorgWarner
  • JBM Group
  • Prysmian Kabel und Systeme
  • Element Energy

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  • Business Development
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  • Equipment Design and Manufacture
  • Materials Sourcing and Advisory
  • Engine Development
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  • Nanomaterials and Technologies
  • Battery Procurement
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  • Research and Development
  • Vehicle Technologies
  • Light Weight Materials
  • Strategy, Projects, & Public Affairs
  • Nanomaterials Research
  • Cost Reduction Strategies
  • Legal and Compliance Work

Why Attend

The EV Charging Infrastructure 2023 conference is the only event of its kind to deliver leading market intelligence and industry presentations on the latest EV charging infrastructure projects to support the expansion of electric vehicles…

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Premier Forum for EV Charging Points and Infrastructure Development

Welcome to EV Charging Infrastructure 2023, where leading automotive manufacturers will meet with electrical charge point developers, electrical grid operators, city planners, and policymakers to explore and establish robust electrical infrastructure and charge points to meet the needs of a new generation of electric vehicles.

In just over a decade, there will be enough electric cars on the road for every person in Germany, as electric vehicle ownership is estimated to reach 350 million units globally by 2030. With that, there will be an ever-increasing need for EV charging points to meet the demands of the e-Mobility market.

While charging technology has evolved faster, electrical infrastructure developments across cities have remained challenging. The European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA) recently reported that 6.8 million electric charge points will be needed across the EU by 2030, a 20-fold increase required to support the upcoming tide of electric vehicles over the next decade.

This year’s EV Charging Infrastructure 2023 event is set to become the world’s leading exhibition and conference exclusively for the automotive and electrical power industry to meet and collaborate with a large array of charge point developers and policymakers to examine new developments in electrical infrastructure and charge point technologies and address how the industry plans to support the growing use of electric vehicles.

Key topics on this year’s agenda include:

  • EV charging infrastructure and e-Mobility industry forecasts
  • Exploring the next generation of smart and efficient EV charge points
  • Latest research in V2X Technology and Ultra-Fast charging for electric vehicles
  • Evaluating the current policies and future plans for cities and network development
  • Upcoming regulations and industry standards for developing intelligent infrastructure
  • New case studies from charge point developers and working with policymakers

This event will provide a forum for all stakeholders across the automotive and electrical industries to network, build cross-market relationships and explore new technologies and innovations addressing the real challenges of electrical infrastructure and e-Mobility growth.

Call for Presentation

If you would like to be a speaker at this event, please contact sean.collins@iQ-Hub.com, subject heading “Call for Papers - EV Charging Infrastructure 2023”.

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To secure your place at EV Charging Infrastructure 2023 or if you require more information, please contact delegates@iQ-Hub.com.

Key topics for 2023:

  • EV charging infrastructure and e-Mobility industry forecasts
    Understand the economic fundamentals and key market drivers for developing EV charging infrastructure to meet the needs of the e-Mobility market.
  • Exploring the next generation of smart and efficient EV charge points
    Look for innovations in EV charge points and make the business case for new charging stations across the network.
  • Latest research in V2X Technology and Ultra-Fast charging for electric vehicles
    Explore new technologies in faster and more efficient charging systems to improve the overall EV charging experience and encourage adoption by end-users’.
  • Evaluating the current policies and future plans for cities and network development
    Understand the decisions by policymakers and key infrastructure plans for the years ahead to incorporate into your strategic business plan.
  • Upcoming regulations and industry standards for developing intelligent infrastructure
    Hear from key regulators and classification bodies to ensure you meet the requirements of new regulations and industry standards.
  • New case studies from charge point developers and working with policymakers
    Gain insights from leading manufacturers and build relationships across the industry to ensure successful infrastructure development.

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