Vikki Robins

Sustainable City Project Officer
Oxford City Council

Vikki works in Oxford’s award winning Sustainable City team, which is delivering diverse partnership projects and programs such as Energy Superhub Oxford (ESO), delivering the largest rapid charging hub in the UK through innovative energy storage integration; Project LEO, developing community energy asset and peer to peer energy trading mechanisms (both UK innovate funded); and the Oxford Go Ultra Low programme for On-Street EVCP infrastructure and Taxi rapid charging, an OZEV funded rollout testing a range of  EVCP in Oxford including lamp post charging and innovative new Cable Gulleys, resulting in the widely cited Go Ultra Low Oxford (GULO) - Monitoring and Evaluation Study.

 

Her background in technology has enabled her to drive the consolidation of the current EVCP estate to readiness for Business As Usual and work with public and private sector partners to create a up to date set of solutions for a range of charging types, as well as enabling the development of a procurement solution fit for the future, Oxford’s Dynamic Purchasing System for EV solutions. Her passion to simplify the EVCP deployment process, ensure it complements the sustainable transport hierarchy and make access to charging equitable.

05 Oct 2022
09:20
 - 10:00 BST (UTC +01:00)
Keynote panel
  • How organisations can take a holistic view to deploying chargers, including not only the chargepoints, but grid connections, location, and microgrids for energy security.
  • How private and public organisations can work together to achieve the volumes of charging infrastructure that are realistically needed to achieve ICE phaseout by 2030
  • How consumers will be affected, and how they can be brought on the journey to embrace the EV transition

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