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Electric Vehicles: understanding the rise of e-mobility

Start Date:13 Feb 12 End Date:14 Feb 12

With global sales for electric vehicles predicted to increase by over 100% in the next 3 years, the market is growing and developing globally. An investment of €5 billion has been planned by European governments for EV public charging points, but this investment will not be enough! Cross-industry partnerships and regulated clarification are vital to help implementation.

Make sure you don't miss SMi's Electric Vehicles event, which will be the central hub brining the industry together to make real business decisions that will impact the future of the market. This conference will address perspectives from the industry, government, utilities, automotive, and consumer to enable attendees a full and in-depth overview of the current value chain.

Electric Vehicles takes place at Copthorne Tara Hotel, in London. For more information please send an enquiry.

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