2nd International VDI Conference - Charging Infrastructure for Electromobility
- Learn how new developments in charging infrastructure affect OEMs, network operators, cities and cars around the world
- Exchange experiences and practices with experts from around the globe, covering a wide variety of fields in and around electromobility, energy production and charging infrastructure
- Profit from extensive networking opportunities during breaks and at the evening reception
- Take advantage of two international conferences with just one ticket and attend the parallel conference "Automotive Drives"
SAVE THE DATE - From November 6th to the 7th, 2019 the international VDI “Charging Infrastructure for Electromobility” conference is returning to Amsterdam! OEMs, operators and energy suppliers are working towards realizing a smart and universal charging infrastructure while facing increasingly complex end users expectations at the same time. The event gives relevant stakeholder groups from the e-mobility and charging infrastructure sector a platform and looks at how a charging network can be built intelligently, giving easy access to power and providing user friendly, interoperable charging solutions. Join intensive and stimulating discussions about the perspectives, challenges and opportunities presented by expanding charging infrastructure networks.
Free of charge whitepaper download
Future Critical Infrastructure and Security - Cyberattacks on Charging Stations
Author: Christian Esser and Marko Schuba, University of Applied Sciences Aachen Tim Montag and Manuel Allhoff, P3 Group
E-Mobility - The Road to the Future?
We are seeing more and more electric vehicles on our roads every day. But as opposed to their fossil fuel-powered cousins, the infrastructure needed to keep them on the road isn’t nearly as well developed. On the one hand, this means that energy providers are under pressure from drivers to expand their networks and adapt their business models to accommodate these new vehicles.
And on the other hand, automobile manufacturers are becoming dependent upon easy and efficient charging infrastructure to be able to sell their vehicles to consumers – or are entering the market themselves. The solutions to the challenges presented by the emergence of electric vehicles are diverse. All around the world, countries, cities, operators and OEMs are developing intelligent infrastructure to equip themselves for the future, while focusing on integrating charging stations with power grids.
At the 2nd VDI “Charging Infrastructure for Electromobility” conference, international experts from OEMs, energy suppliers and operators will share their experiences and discuss the most pressing challenges as well as future opportunities and emerging business models.
Networking is Key
Extra benefit for our participants: Register for the “Charging Infrastructure for Electromobility” conference and visit the parallel conference "Automotive Drives" free of charge. Both events take place at the same venue and participants are invited to listen to presentations from both agendas!
Connect with experts, business partners, specialists and investors from the international automotive energy industry during coffe breaks and discussion rounds. Join us at the evening get-together in a relaxed atmosphere, with food and drinks. Use these various networking opportunities for interesting discussions and do not miss out on this international event in Amsterdam!
Registration & Welcome Coffee
Chair’s Welcome and Opening Address
Say Hi & Meet your Peers!
I. Charging Infrastructure Market: Update, Transformation & Impact
Can E-Mobility help solve the Climate Crisis within the next 10 Years?
Kristof Vereenooghe, CEO, EVBox, The Netherlands
The Path to Mass Market E-Mobility
Martin Roemheld, Head of e-Mobility Services, VW, Germany
High-Power Charging (HPC) – A global Update
Drs. Jeroen Pynenburg, Global Lead E-Mobility Solutions Operation, ABB, The Netherlands
EV Ridesharing: Challenges and Opportunities
Michael Ableson, Former General Motors VP for EV Charging and Infrastructure,
II. Safe & Secure Operations
Managing Risks with installing EV Chargers on Fuel Forecourts
Jeff McQueen, Electrical Specialist, BP, UK
IT Security of Charging Stations – A Status Quo
Tim Montag, Head of Digital Energy System Operation, co-author: Dr. Manuel
Interactive World Café Session
Networking & Coffee Break
III. The Regulatory Perspective & International Standardization
Measuring and Calibration Law: Challenges for AC and DC Charging
Dr. iur. Katharina Vera Boesche, Lawyer, Head of the Legal Section „ICT for Electromobility“
CHAdeMO DC Charging Standard: Evolution and Technology Road Map
Tomoko Blech, Secretary General, CHAdeMO Europe, France
CharIN e.V.: HPC and Harmonization for a global EV Charging Standard
André Kaufung, Managing Director, ChaIn e.V., Germany
End of Conference Day One
IV. Charge Smart: Grid Integration & Interoperability
Future Integration Challenges for EV Chargers
Dr. Ali Jaafar, Lead R&D Engineer, EV Charging Systems, Groupe Renault, France
Charging Infrastructure for V2G Application in local Energy Systems
Dr. Ir. Cedric De Cauwer, Senior Researcher in Electric and Hybrid Vehicles, Vrije
Why ISO 15118 will become crucial for secure Implementation of
Chrstian Hahn, CEO, Hubject GmbH, Germany
Networking & Coffee Break
Smart Charging Possibilities – From Grid Load Optimization to V2G
Marcus Fendt, Managing Director, The Mobility House, Germany
V. Batteries can do more – Bidirectional Charging & Redefined Energy Usage
Battery Storage and EV Charging in the Smart Home
Tim Nicklin,Manager, EV Charging and Energy Management SEO, Ford Motor
Bidirectional Charging: Batteries as mobile Energy Storage Devices
Francisco Carranza Sierra, Managing Director, Nissan Energy, France
VI. Developing Scalable Charging Solutions & Sustainable Energy Grids
From regional to nationwide – Developing a fast Charging Network
Amadeus Regerbis, Head of Charging Infrastructure & Sales Emobility, EnBW AG,
Make Parking Time Charging Time: Scalable Charging Solutions to
Lex Hartman, CEO, Ubitricity, Germany
Conference Chair‘s closing Remarks
End of Conference
Benefit from interesting presentations while taking part in our interactive session formats at the same time.
If you have any questions regarding the conference program or you want to become a speaker at the next event in 2020 contact Leonie Bohnstedt.
Who should take part in this conference?
The conference is ideal for, engineers, professionals and management working in fields related to electromobility and charging infrastructure. Amongst others, the target audience includes decision makers, (development) engineers and experts working in / at:
- OEMs and suppliers active in electromobility
- Charge point operators and manufacturers
- Charging technology and equipment manufacturers and suppliers
- Network / Grid operators
- E-mobility service and software providers
- Electricity / Energy producers and sellers
- Renewable energy developers
- Battery manufacturers
- Transport and city infrastructure planning
- Government and legal /regulatory agencies
- Providers of billing platforms and roaming
- Performance electronics companies
- Research institutions and academia
Also, all experts working in HEV, Internet of Vehicles (IoV), Plug-in hybrid, V2G / V2H, Electrification, Advanced Engineering or R&D are welcome to join as well!
You want to find out about how to intelligently build charging infrastructure for electromobility based on examples from around the world? You would like to learn how the increasing numbers of electric vehicles are influencing automotive producers, power companies and city plans? You’re interested in networking with international electromobility experts? Then book your space at the VDI Charging Infrastructure for Electromobility conference now. If you are a startup or non-governmental organization you could qualify for a special discounted rate. Please contact us directly.
Are you interested in promoting your company and products at the international VDI Charging Infrastructure for Electromobility Conference ? Contact Lukas Flohrschütz for more details.
Become an exhibitor or sponsor
A limited number of rooms has been reserved for the benefit of the conference participants at the conference venue. Please use the reference "181127VDIW" when booking your room by phone (+31 20 655 3131) or e-mail.
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