Keynotes

09:00
 - 09:20 (GMT)
Presentation
Keynotes
, Cabinet Member with responsibility for Climate, Ecology, Waste and Energy
, Bristol City Council
09:20
 - 10:10 (GMT)
Keynote panel
Keynotes

A discussion of the challenges and opportunities for the EV sector as we move out of COVID restrictions and towards the UK 2030 phaseout date for EVs.

  • The volumes of charging infrastructure that are realistically needed to achieve phaseout by 2030
  • How consumers will be affected, and how they can be brought on the journey to embrace the EV transition
  • The opportunities presented by COVID to ‘build back greener’ and what this might look like
  • How the availability of finance to fund infrastructure, both public and private will be affected by COVID
  • The long-term challenges of moving people away from multiple personal use vehicles for truly sustainable transport
, Head of Land & Maritime Transport
, Innovate UK
, Vice President of Sales Europe
, Tritium
, Director
, Green Finance Institute
, Go Ultra Low West Project Manager
, Bristol City Council
, Head of Group Corporate and Public Relations
, Volkswagen Group UK
, Head of Future Mobility Partnerships
, Elmtronics Ltd
10:10
 - 10:35 (GMT)
Keynotes

BP and The Economist will take you through the results of the rEV index and how it will impact EV uptake.

, CEO
, BP Pulse
, Senior Manager for Sustainability, Climate Change and Natural Resources
, Economist Impact
10:35
 - 11:15 (GMT)
Lunch

Deploying A National Charging Network

11:15
 - 12:00 (GMT)
Panel Discussion
Deploying a National Charging Network
  • How businesses can work closer with charge point networks and installers to plan infrastructure deployment
  • Understanding the latest business models, and funding methods for charge points
  • Insight into why businesses are choosing to deploy charge points and customers’ responses
, Global Director Energy & Facilities
, CTEK E-mobility
, Chief Financial Officer
, InstaVolt
, Vice-President
, British Parking Association
, Country Manager, UK & Ireland
, Tritium
, Founder & CEO
, Petalite
, Head of Estates
, Greene King Brewery
12:05
 - 12:30 (GMT)
Presentation
Deploying a National Charging Network
  • How to standardise the grid design for a "cookie cutter" roll out.
  • The role of an DNO, IDNO & ICP.
  • How to reduce CAPEX and OPEX with value engineered designs.
  • Example approaches for Small Destination Charger, Hubs/Forecourts, Bus and larger scale sites.
, Founder & CEO
, Sinewave Energy Solutions
12:35
 - 13:00 (GMT)
Presentation
Deploying a National Charging Network

As destination charging hubs begin to become more common along UK roads, we look at the role they will play in a national charging network and what they offer to EV owners.

  • The changing demand for destination charging
  • Understanding the user behaviour for destination charging – when and how long do users charge?
  • A behind-the-scenes look at the customer experience – what do destination chargers offer for drivers, and how can this be improved?
  • How to plan and deliver an EV charging infrastructure that meets your needs, your visitor’s needs and is future-proof
, Global Director Energy & Facilities
, CTEK E-mobility
13:05
 - 13:30 (GMT)
Presentation
Deploying a National Charging Network
, Infrastructure Director
, Bristol Airport

Moving Beyond Personal Vehicles: Public Transport & Micromobility

11:15
 - 12:00 (GMT)
Panel Discussion
Public Transport & Micromobility
  • Challenges in procuring electrical buses, and the choice between electric vs. hydrogen
  • Managing electrical buses on a network – how do you mitigate challenges of range and charging times?
  • Building a relationship with the DNOs and developing grid connections without electricity demand overloads
  • Encouraging the public to use more public transport and stepping away from personal vehicles
, Commercial Director
, Sinewave Energy Solutions
, Programme Director `Carbon`
, FirstBus
, Partner
, Foot Anstey
, Director
, Electric Vehicle Association Scotland
, Commercial Director
, Switch Mobility
12:05
 - 12:30 (GMT)
Public Transport & Micromobility

As a major disruptor in the manufacturer of Electric LGVs and Buses, ARRIVAL will take us through how EVs fit into the future of mobility.

  • A behind-the-scenes look at ARRIVAL’s innovative vehicles and the implications they might have for decarbonising public transport and last mile deliveries
  • Changing consumer behaviour by encouraging EV car clubs, e scooters, and regular public transport to deter private car ownership
, Director of development, mobility
, ARRIVAL
12:35
 - 13:00 (GMT)
Presentation
Public Transport & Micromobility

To achieve net zero by 2050, cities across Europe will need to reassess how their citizens travel across them. In this session we will hear from a leading micro-mobility provider who will outline how e-bikes and scooters can help to bridge the gap in the transition to a truly green transport sector.

, VP & Regional General Manager Northern Europe
, TIER Mobility
13:30
 - 14:30 (GMT)
Lunch

LOCAL AUTHORITY WORLD CAFE

A behind closed doors session exclusively for local authorities, giving you the chance to share knowledge, learnings and compare notes no matter where you are in your EV strategy!

There are three different tables for you to join:

  • Procurement
  • Strategy
  • Communications

 

LIMITED TO 30 PLACES. BOOK YOUR PLACE NOW WHEN YOU SIGN UP FOR YOUR TICKET!

, Go Ultra Low West Project Manager
, Bristol City Council
, Sustainable City Project Officer
, Oxford City Council

Deploying Technologies To Reinforce The Energy Grid

14:30
 - 15:20 (GMT)
Panel Discussion
Deploying Technologies To Reinforce The Energy Grid
  • How will Ofgem’s announced changes to network generator pricing affect tariffs, and help create a flexible tariff for EV owners
  • What are energy suppliers planning to do to address future constraints on the grid?
  • Can V2G offer a long-term, scalable solution to capacity restrictions?
  • Understanding the energy demands of fleets, and how fleet managers can work with DNOs to connect to the grid
, CTO
, ev.energy
, Senior Researcher in Vehicle Grid Integration
, University of Newcastle
, Innovation Lead Ev Charging & V2G
, Innovate UK
, Deputy Editor
, Current Magazine
, Innovation Project Lead (Low Carbon Technologies)
, UK Power Networks
15:20
 - 15:45 (GMT)
Presentation
Deploying Technologies To Reinforce The Energy Grid

A behind-the-scenes look at Kaluza’s rollout of a nationwide V2G project.

This look at Project Sciurus will provide insight into one of the only examples of V2G being deployed at scale, and the benefits for system operators and customers.

, Head of Flexibility
, Kaluza
15:45
 - 16:10 (GMT)
Presentation
Deploying Technologies To Reinforce The Energy Grid

In this session leading energy providers, DNOs and energy experts will uncover some of the misconceptions when securing capacity for charging infrastructure.

  • Insight into how to define capacity needs to find the best solution to guarantee capacity for your entire rollout.
  • Discussing the advantages of deploying full capacity now vs. increasing capacity in future, and the concerns over future cost of obtaining capacity.
, Head of I&C Development
, ESP Utilities Group

Investing Private & Public Finance In Charging Infrastructure

14:30
 - 15:20 (GMT)
Panel Discussion
Investing Private & Public Finance in Charging Infrastructure
  • Understanding the latest business models to deploy infrastructure
  • Identifying fund’s perspective of risk, and how businesses can make their projects more investable
  • How can organisations make their bid more attractive, to raise their chances of being accepted?
  • Discussing how more private capital can be deployed in the EV sector
, Investment Director, Core+
, John Laing
, Founder and director
, Green Giraffe
, Infrastructure Private Equity Associate - Renewable Power
, Blackrock
, Asscoiate Director
, Finnfund
, Investment Director
, Abundance Investment
, Partner
, Zouk LLP
, CEO
, Zest
15:20
 - 15:45 (GMT)
Presentation
Investing Private & Public Finance in Charging Infrastructure

Get to grips with consumer’s current perceptions of EVs and what can be done to drive adoption of both new and used EVs.

  • Understand how the EV market is developing in the UK and what near term growth in the sector looks like based on leading market data and consumer insights
  • Take a look into what consumers concerns are when it comes to EVs and what needs to be done to persuade them
  • Examine the used EV market and what challenges need to be overcome in this sector to drive growth in used EV adoption
, Brand Director
, Auto Trader
15:45
 - 16:10 (GMT)
Presentation
Investing Private & Public Finance in Charging Infrastructure

Pens at the ready! In this session you will get tips on writing your funding applications well as a look at issues of concern to those making bids.

Suitable for both local authorities and private businesses you will come away with a better understanding of how to prepare for a competitive process, what to say and how to say it whether you are applying for a government grant or for private funding. You will also hear messages for a survey about bidding for government grants.

, Head of APSE Energy
, Association for Public Service Excellence

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16:10
 - 16:40 (GMT)
Lunch
16:40
 - 17:05 (GMT)
Presentation

In this session, we will get a behind-the-scenes look at how the Californian state government is deploying funding of over $100millon a year to support EV infrastructure and fuel development technologies, and how they have deployed private capital into projects to leverage government incentives.

  • A deep dive into the Clean Fuel Standard – an explanation of how it works and key learnings for it’s deployment.
  • Integrating EVs into the grid by aggregating vehicles to support other energy assets on the grid.
  • How California is deploying sales incentives and a credit system to ensure that manufacturers have to make sure a percentage of sales in the state of EVs.
, Senior Policy Advisor
, California Energy Commission
17:05
 - 17:30 (GMT)
Presentation

A behind-the-scenes look at New Jersey’s e-Mobility strategy, and the incentives and policies that they are offering to get drivers to purchase EVs, and to get businesses to put chargers into the ground.

, Commissioner
, New Jersey Board of Public Utilities
17:30
 - 18:30 (GMT)
18:45
 - 00:00 (GMT)

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