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LIVE EV Charging Infrastructure AC, DC, V1G, V2G Focus Days, 7-8 September 2021, The British Museum

Reflecting on the speed of change and innovation within the EV charging sector we have partnered with Oxford City Council, our Group Chairs on Day 1, 7 September, British Antarctic Survey, our Keynote Speaker Day 1, 7 September, together with Zouk Capital, our Chair on Day 2, 8 September, Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV), Department for Transport, Shell, Connected Kerb, Openreach, UK Power Networks and EDF to bring you our reformatted industry Focus Days combining robust discussions from leading industry peers, fast-paced and challenging Q&As and fact packed case studies.




About Oxford City Council:

We’re building a world-class city for everyone.

Oxford, which has one of the fastest growing economies of all UK cities, is a global centre for research, education and health, and has a growing high-tech sector. 

The city also has a rich heritage and outstanding cultural attractions that attract millions of visitors every year. 

Oxford also has a young, growing transient, and ethnically- and culturally-diverse population. 

But the city also has challenges. A lack of land for housing and employment, transport infrastructure that is at full capacity, and major inequalities between residents’​ life chances. 

Our ambition is therefore to make Oxford a world-class city for all our citizens. From this ambition, our priorities are:

– A Vibrant and Sustainable Economy,
– Meeting Housing Needs,
– Strong and Active Communities,
– A Clean and Green Oxford,
– An Efficient and Effective Council.



Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV)


About The Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV):

The Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OLEV) is a team working across government to support the early market for ultra-low emission vehicles (ULEV). We are providing over £900 million to position the UK at the global forefront of ULEV development, manufacture and use. This will contribute to economic growth and will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and air pollution on our roads. 

OZEV is part of the Department for Transport and the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy. 

Office for Zero Emission Vehicles – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)



About Department for Transport:

We work with our agencies and partners to support the transport network that helps the UK’s businesses and gets people and goods travelling around the country. We plan and invest in transport infrastructure to keep the UK on the move. 

DfT is a ministerial department, supported by 24 agencies and public bodies. 

Department for Transport – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)



About British Antarctic Survey:

British Antarctic Survey (BAS) is a component of the Natural Environment Research Council (NERC). Based in Cambridge, United Kingdom, it has, for almost 60 years, undertaken the majority of Britain’s scientific research on and around the Antarctic continent. It now shares that continent with scientists from over thirty countries. BAS employs over 400 staff, and supports three stations in the Antarctic, at Rothera, Halley and Signy, and two stations on South Georgia, at King Edward Point and Bird Island. The Antarctic operations and science programmes are executed and managed from Cambridge, and rely on a wide-ranging team of professional staff.




About Zouk Capital:

Zouk Capital is an infrastructure and private equity fund manager investing in the sustainable economy.

Zouk’s distinctive dual-track strategy of infrastructure and technology growth capitalises on the investment opportunities created by the global shift to greater resource efficiency, decarbonisation of industries and sustainability. Zouk’s infrastructure investment funds invest in projects and companies in the renewable energy and environmental infrastructure space, including sectors such as electric vehicle charging infrastructure, waste-to-energy, energy efficiency and distributed small scale energy. Zouk manages the UK Government’s Charging Infrastructure Investment Fund. Zouk has invested in the sustainable economy since 2000 and is based in London.




About Shell:

Shell is a global energy company. Around 84,000 employees across more than 70 countries work together to power progress through more and cleaner energy solutions.




About Connected Kerb:

Connected Kerb brings together a wealth of experience unsurpassed in the EV charging market. The solutions we have created will support every kind of organisation working in the EV ecosystem. Connected Kerb has the products and the experience to drive the mass roll-out of electrical vehicle (EV) charging in the UK. Our experience includes working with Transport for London, local authorities, global EV charging companies and some of the largest IT businesses in the world. We have already proved our ability to deliver major projects by creating and installing London’s network of 10,000 docking points for the London Cycle Hire scheme.

We see ourselves as a product provider, systems integrator and world class consultancy. We will happily share our thoughts and experiences with you. Let’s get connected.





About Openreach:

Openreach is the UK’s digital network business. 

We’re 30,400 people who connect homes, mobile phone masts, schools, shops, banks, hospitals, libraries, broadcasters, governments and businesses – large and small – to the world.

Our mission is to build the best possible network, with the highest quality service, making sure that everyone in Britain can be connected.

We work on behalf of more than 600 communications providers like SKY, TalkTalk, Vodafone, and BT, and our fibre broadband network is the biggest in the UK, passing more than 27 million premises. We’re also the platform for Britain’s thriving digital economy, which is the largest in the G20.

We’re working hard to give people the speeds they need to run and enjoy their daily lives. Over the last decade, we’ve invested more than £11 billion into our network and we now manage more than 160 million kilometres of cable stretching from Scotland to Cornwall, from Wales to the east coast. And we’re continuing to take that network further – making superfast broadband speeds available to thousands more homes and businesses every week. 




About EDF:

As Britain’s biggest generator of low-carbon electricity, we’re not just talking about saving the planet, we’re doing something about it. 

From our customer service agents to our engineers, our scientists to our smart meter installers, every single one of us is 100% committed to reducing the UK’s carbon emissions to nothing, nada, net zero. 

We’re generating the right mix of low carbon electricity to power the nation today and building the low carbon infrastructure Britain will need tomorrow. 

From turbines to tariffs, electric cars to electric heating, we’re busy doing everything we can to help Britain achieve net zero. 





About UK Power Networks:

UK Power Networks is a Distribution Networks Operator (DNO) providing power to a quarter of the UK’s population.

Employing over 6,000 people, UK Power Networks owns and maintains the regulated electricity distribution networks serving London, the South East and East of England, and our commercial business, UK Power Networks Services, provides energy consulting, project delivery, operations and asset management services to businesses across the UK.

We are the UK’s largest Distribution Network operator.  We maintain and upgrade power equipment, move and connect the electricity cables and keep the lights on for over 8.3m homes, businesses, schools and hospitals across London, the South East and East of England.