The World Electric Vehicle Journal (WEVJ) is the first peer-reviewed international scientific journal that covers all studies related to battery, hybrid, and fuel cell electric vehicles comprehensively.
This webinar will give an overview of the latest research in these areas and link it to the EVS33 plans as well as introduce introduce EVS34.
The introduction will be given by Professor Joeri van Mierlo, director of the MOBI – Mobility, Logistics and automotive technology research centre at the VUB.
Our first keynote speaker will be the revered Professor C.C. Chan, a pioneer in the e-mobility sector, Honorary Professor of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering at the University of Hong Kong and co-founder and President of the World Electric Vehicle Association.
He will be followed by Dr. Cristina Corchero García, Head of the Energy Systems Analytics Research Group at the Catalonia Institute for Energy Research, a published author in the WEVJ who presented her latest paper during EVS32 in 2019.
The WEVJ Editor and President of the Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA) Dr. Genevieve Cullen will then provide a brief statement about the importance of the journal to the EV effort and a word about her organisation.
Our final speaker will then be Mr Philippe Vangeel, Secretary General of AVERE, who will give an overview on the insights from the webinar.
On September 8, the second edition of REVOLUTION Digital will take place. Co-hosted by Roger Atkins and Angelika Berger-Sodian, expect mind-blowing keynotes, insightful panel discussions, and more surprises! Industry experts and thought leaders will join engaging conversations about various developments and trends in the eMobility industry.
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The global Electric Vehicle market has taken a massive leap forward in the past decade. Even though there is substantial increase in the adoption EVs, one of the major constraints in the market is the availability of sufficient charging infrastructure. Charging operators and OEMs are determined to inculcate smart charging infrastructure and evolve with the currently fast paced environment. Governments are enforcing policies to encourage the use of EVs and creating policies and subsidies to implement more charging stations all across Europe. As a result of the growing EV adoption, the need for fast and convenient charging systems with better technology has also elevated.
The EV Charging Infrastructure and Technology Expo focuses on bringing together key stakeholders to discuss the growth opportunities in the EV Charging Industry though new infrastructures and technology upgrading. The Expo will provide a platform for the government, utility companies, municipalities, OEMs, fleet owners, researchers and electric vehicle technology providers to share their view and expertise related to future and scope of EV charging in Europe. The EV Charging Expo is the only international event in Netherlands that focuses on EV Charging. As Europe’s premium event for EV charging and emerging technologies, we believe that the future of eMobility depends on access to efficient charging. Learn all about EV Charging Infrastructure, Charging Technology, Battery Technology and Energy Storage at the EV Charging Infrastructure and Technology Expo from 30th September till 2nd October 2020 at MECC, Maastricht.
KEY ENERGY is an international showcase of integrated technologies, services and solutions to promote and speed up the transition to a carbon-neutral economy, the central objective of the Green Deal:
KEY ENERGY is the platform that promotes meetings and dialogue between the market’s key players and stakeholders, bringing together economic sectors, and offering an opportunity for all energy professionals to gain updates and get training.
THE KEY ENERGY SECTORS
On-shore and off-shore wind turbines, floating wind technology, components, energy producers, revamping and repowering solutions for existing facilities, O&M, assets and finance, developers. In partnership with ANEV.
Technologies, services and best practices for energy transition.
Photovoltaic power, inverters, thermodynamic solar power, components, O&M&P (revamping and repowering) solutions, energy storage technologies, smart grids.
Cogeneration, trigeneration, micro-cogeneration, geothermal energy and heat pumps, digitisation and energy management systems, ESCO, EPC contractors, energy trading.
Systems and technologies for digitisation, smart cities, electrical and integrated mobility, efficient lighting, safety and security, risk management, IOT, smart building, utilities.