1. Infrastructure Host & Public Stakeholder Pass is applicable only to: Public Stakeholders, Landowners, Retailers, Supermarkets, Hotels, Gyms, Leisure Destinations, Motorway Service Areas, Real Estate Trust Funds and Asset Managers (Property Management), Private Parking Forecourts, Commercial Fleet Operators, Workplace Parking Forecourts.
2. Market Stakeholder Pass is applicable to: Auto Manufacturers, Grid, Utilities and Distribution, Charging Infrastructure Manufacturers and Service Providers, Energy Companies, Project Sponsors, Law Firms, Project Finance and Investors operating in UK, European and wider international EV charging market.
Participation includes: Pre event 48hrs advance access to participant list Advanced access to our speakers case studies Discreet complimentary participant introductory service – get introduced in advance of the event Access to our E-brochure, Videos, Interviews with leading industry peers
On the day Access to participant contact details Seated buffet breakfast (on first-come first-served basis, places limited) Delegate pass to the event Activated E-brochure Refreshments throughout the day including lunch Robust discussions, fact packed and interactive Q&As and Live questions using SLI.DO
Post event Post event material access Participant list access Limited time access to participant contact details E-brochure
Electric mobility continues to grow rapidly. In 2018, the global electric car fleet (EVs) exceeded 5.1 million almost doubling the number of new electric car registrations from the previous year. Global Electricity demand from EVs is now projected to reach almost 640 terawatt-hours (TWh) in 2030 with light duty vehicles as the largest electricity consumer among all EVs. With an increasing number of original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) having declared intentions to electrify the models they offer, investment in battery manufacturing is growing fast in Europe. Utilities, charging point operators, charging hardware manufacturers and other stakeholders in the power sector are also increasing their investment in the roll-out of charging infrastructure.
With a definitive EV revolution on its way there are over 19,400 public charging points and 373,600 plug-in incl. fully electric EV models registered in the UK (figures correct as of October 2020) and current UK government only recently pledged further major investment in Britain’s electric car charging network – with a vision that no electric vehicle (EV) owner should be more than 30 miles away from their nearest charge point. Highlighted in a recent industry projections the UK will have 7 million EVs in circulation requiring around 28,000 public charging points and capital expenditure of around £1.6 billion between 2020 and 2030. This represents a paradigm shift for both the transport and power sectors with the potential to advance the decarbonisation of both sectors. Looking ahead an estimated investment of £48 billion will be required to upgrade UK’s electricity grid to prepare Britain for the electric car revolution.
The EV Charging Infrastructure, AC, DC, V1G, V2G Stakeholder Focus Days invite you to join us LIVE on 7-8 September 2021 to engage with dealmakers and key stakeholders from public and private EV infrastructure segments that will drive the uptake, installation, product and technology development and wide roll-out of UK and Europe’s electric mobility infrastructure over the next few years.
We have discounts for councils and group bookings available and limited availability to sponsor us.