The Leading EV Charging Conference for the UK & Europe
Global Innovation for the Emerging EV Ecosystem
We want to express our gratitude to all the speakers, sponsors, and participants who made this year's EV World Congress such a remarkable occasion. It was truly impressive to witness the influx of new faces at our new venue this year, and their enthusiastic involvement in the discussions. We extend our thanks to each one of the contributions to this event, which has undoubtedly solidified the World Congress as the premier gathering where Energy and Transport converge to drive the EV transition forward.
We were fortunate to have the privilege of hosting EV experts from around the globe, including speakers from Germany, the Netherlands, Sweden, Portugal, the USA, and beyond, who shared invaluable insights with the UK market.
Despite the event taking place after the phase-out date was pushed to 2030, it was encouraging to observe that the industry remained resolute and undeterred. The prevailing theme this year was undoubtedly "collaboration," with both delegates and speakers stressing the increasing importance of cooperation between the public and private sectors and the establishment of new partnerships.
One pivotal topic that dominated our discussions, growing in significance with each passing year, is the energy requirements for charging and the technologies aimed not only at meeting this demand but also at reducing charging costs for consumers and businesses. Experts from the UK and beyond delved into how Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) and smart charging can lead to lower tariffs, along with outlining the necessary legislative changes to upgrade grids and ensure an adequate power supply to meet the escalating demand.
The coming year in the EV industry will be as crucial as ever as we strive to meet our charging targets. We eagerly anticipate the return of the EV World Congress in 2024, where we will assess our progress. We look forward to seeing you there.
Companies That Attended Included
What We Addressed
Finance & Investment
Battery Technology & Energy Storage
Grid Reinforcement & V2G
User Experience & Interoperability
Policy & Regulation
Last Mile & Urban Logistics
Thank You to Our 2023 Advisory Board
Head of Business Development
Programme Manager (Transport)
Energy Saving Trust
Green Finance Institute
Head of EV Solutions
Head of Innovation
Chief Strategy Officer
Sector Director EV
Scottish and Southern Energy
Co-founder and COO
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What Does the Congress do?
Inspire, Educate, Connect
Learn how you can reduce the total cost of ownership of vehicles, utilizing innovative smart charging and V2G technologies.
Deploy charging infrastructure as a new income stream with insight into innovative business models and payment strategies.
Successfully plan, install and maintain charging infrastructure with behind the scenes insights from leading councils.
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.
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