Global Innovation for the Emerging EV Ecosystem

2022 is set to be a big year for the EV industry. A decade ago in 2012 about 130,000 electric cars were sold worldwide. Today, that many are sold in a single week. The sector is exploding, with an estimated 16 million EVs now on the road globally – but the challenges of deploying infrastructure for those vehicles, and more importantly, providing the roughly 30 terawatthours (TWh) of electricity per year to charge them (equivalent to all the electricity generated in Ireland) are major challenges to be addressed.

To address these challenges, this year we are not only expanding the size of our audience, but also the content on offer, with around 120 world leading organisations, cities, and technology providers due to speak, sharing best-practice case studies and discussions.

2022 Key Themes

Fleet Electrification & Financing

Energy Strategies & V2G

Charging Infrastructure

Battery Technology & Energy Storage


Finance & Investment

UX & Interoperability

Policy & Regulation

Last Mile & Urban Logistics

2022 Speakers

Head of Bus Business Development
Transport for London
EV Infrastructure Partnerships and Propositions Manager
Volkswagen group
Fleet Manager
John Lewis Partnership
Commercial Lead - Highways
West Sussex County Council
Car Park & Estate Manager

What Does the Congress do?

Inspire, Educate, Connect

Fleet Owners

Local Authorities

Retail / Hospitality / Car Park Owners

Learn how you can reduce the total cost of ownership of vehicles, utilizing innovative smart charging and V2G technologies. 

Successfully plan, install and maintain charging infrastructure with behind the scenes insights from leading councils.

Deploy charging infrastructure as a new income stream with insight into innovative business models and payment strategies.

Car Park Operators / Property Developers

Transport Authorities

Institutional Investors

Understand how EV’s will impact the energy demands of new buildings and how these can be migrated by solutions including battery storage, V2G and smart charging. 

Hear the latest strategies to electrify and support electric buses – from depot charging requirements to innovative strategies to charge en-route throughout the day.

Get insight into accessing investment opportunities and the latest business from leading global investors in charging infrastructure. 

2022 Sponsors

2022 Event Brochure

Download the EV World Congress event brochure to learn more about: 

  • Event Themes & Agenda
  • Sponsorship Opportunities 
  • What Our Attendees Think 
  • 2021 Attendee Snapshot 
  • The Companies Who Attend 
  • How To Get Involved

2022 In Numbers

500 Attendees

100+ Speakers

3 Dedicated Streams

20 Awards

What our Attendees Thought of the Congress

EV World Congress 2022 Sponsors & Partners

​With the deadline for nominations for this year’s s Electric Vehicle Innovation and Excellence Awards (EVIEs) fast approaching, there’s still a short window to get your applications in for categories like DiversitEV.
The Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce has identified five key “enabling conditions” for the UK to increase the number of electric vehicles (EV) chargepoints by tenfold, requiring a £7 billion investment by 2035 mostly from the private sector.
​Tesco’s electric vehicle (EV) charger rollout has hit a new milestone, with chargers now installed at 500 stores.
While the difficulties faced by those with mobility impairments in electric vehicle (EV) charging have begun to be recognised, chargepoint design innovation to solve these challenges is still in early stages.
Digital energy services company eEnergy is planning to install at least 50,000 workplace electric vehicle (EV) chargers by 2030, signing an exclusive agreement with EO Charging.
Wokingham Borough Council is now able to offer combined or separate parking and electric vehicle (EV) charging rates as part of a new project.
Data regulation, the acceleration of vehicle-to-everything (V2X) approaches and standardisation of public electric vehicle (EV) charging payment methods are among key policy measures unveiled in today’s (25 March) Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Strategy.
A step change in ambition of the UK’s electric vehicle (EV) charging rollout is required to deliver the 2030 ban on new internal combustion engine (ICE) cars, industry experts have warned.

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