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2nd EV Charging Infrastructure and Grid Integration 2012

Start Date:18 Jan 12 End Date:19 Jan 12


To drive the development of infrastructure and mass adoption of EVs, and mitigate grid strain caused by EV grid integration, it is vital that multiple stakeholders in e-mobility work together to understand market forecasts for electric vehicle roll-out and customer uptake, and develop a standardised, interoperable and commercially viable charging infrastructure, that will be effectively and safely integrated into electricity networks around the world.

Because of this, EV Charging Infrastructure and Grid Integration 2012 will bring together thought leaders from leading utilities, distribution companies and car manufacturers, as well as national regulators, to discuss innovative market models for infrastructure development, understand the development of EV standardisation, and examine the latest technological advances.

This is the only EV charging infrastructure event to be held in London, the home of one of the most advanced charging infrastructures in Europe, that will bring together global perspectives from the European and Asian and markets to share the latest models and initiatives for making EV charging infrastructure a commercially viable reality.

Topics addressed will include:
• Business cases and strategies
• Standardisation
• Interoperability
• Regulations
• Fast charging
• Ancillary systems

For further information, please get in touch with Jake.


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