E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure in Europe 2020

31 March - 02 April, 2020
Berlin, Germany

Conference Day Two

Morning Session

8:30 am - 8:40 am Opening Remarks by the conference chairman of the day

8:40 am - 9:10 am Opening Keynote: Infrastructure is worldwide on the move - First hand insights from a technology player involved

Simon Löffler - VP International Sales, innogy eMobility Solutions
Players and industries involved
Size and type of projects
Differences between continents and countries
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Simon Löffler

VP International Sales
innogy eMobility Solutions

9:10 am - 9:40 am Keynote: Swappable solutions and a new charging infrastructure concept from China

Fadi Zara - Director Electric Vehicle Development & eMobility, FAW China
Swappable solutions to solve the autonomy of EVs, to reduce the vehicle procurement cost, to lower the operation cost, to improve the safety level
Separate charging from swapping
One station, multiple car models, standardize packs, IOT, 5G and blockchain techs fornetworking
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Fadi Zara

Director Electric Vehicle Development & eMobility
FAW China

9:40 am - 10:10 am What are the customer services blueprint that will help drive and leverage business in charging

Christian Girardeau - Director Electrification, BP, United Kingdom
Delivering a valuable service to consumers and customers in the EV world is challenging as it should provide a value to the customers and the operators. What are the services customers expect in the short term and is it compatible with a sustainable and profitable business model ? 
Case studies from UK and Germany
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Christian Girardeau

Director Electrification
BP, United Kingdom

10:10 am - 10:40 am Morning coffee break and networking

10:40 am - 11:10 am Investing in EV public charging infrastructure

Giovanni Coppola - Program Manager, ENEL X
Enel X overview and experience in EV charging infrastructure
Public charging networks: Customer demand, deployment criteria, investment modeling criteria, business model drivers and interoperability strategies
Evolution of public charging technology
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Giovanni Coppola

Program Manager
ENEL X

11:10 am - 11:40 am Electrify your fleet, and don’t forget to plug it in!

Ulf Schulte - Managing Director DAHC, Allego BV / GmbH / BVBA
Full service EV leasing
Home charging and energy reimbursement for your fleet members
Cost effective solutions for your employees at office locations, invite your visitors to charge as well
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Ulf Schulte

Managing Director DAHC
Allego BV / GmbH / BVBA

New structure for the energy sector: Charging infrastructure and its value chain
What new business models are available and how utilities can adjust
Open dialogue between OEM, utilities and CPOs.
How to make high power charging profitable in long term
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Fadi Zara

Director Electric Vehicle Development & eMobility
FAW China

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Christian Girardeau

Director Electrification
BP, United Kingdom

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Giovanni Coppola

Program Manager
ENEL X

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Ulf Schulte

Managing Director DAHC
Allego BV / GmbH / BVBA

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Tim Nicklin

Manager, EV Charging and Energy Management SEO
Ford Motor Company

12:30 pm - 2:00 pm Networking luncheon

Afternoon Session

Standardization
Advanced technology enabling HPC
Smart charging: How much power do we need for charging and how to manage loads?
DC grid - The challenge of replacing the existing grid at large scale as seen from the different stakeholder perspectives
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Fadi Zara

Director Electric Vehicle Development & eMobility
FAW China

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Jan Cupal

Senior Manager Innovation
VERBUND AG

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Hauke Hinrichs

Managing Director
SMATRICS GmbH & Co KG

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Grzegorz Ombach

Independent Consultant E-Mobility (Ex-Vice President Engineering and General Manager Halo China at Qualcomm)
Qualcomm, Germany

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Uwe Likar

Senior Manager Advanced Engineering and Planning
MITSUBISHI MOTOR R&D Europe GmbH

As in every disruptive paradigm shift, innovation plays a crucial role in advancing the technology and commercial aspects of the area at hand. In this poster session, we have gathered four interesting innovations, which will make the charging easier, more efficient and profitable. You will hear experts from OEM, utilities and associations present.
Topics: Wireless charging, house-to-car charging, ultra fast charging, stationary battery technology
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Hauke Hinrichs

Managing Director
SMATRICS GmbH & Co KG

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Jan Cupal

Senior Manager Innovation
VERBUND AG

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Grzegorz Ombach

Independent Consultant E-Mobility (Ex-Vice President Engineering and General Manager Halo China at Qualcomm)
Qualcomm, Germany

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Uwe Likar

Senior Manager Advanced Engineering and Planning
MITSUBISHI MOTOR R&D Europe GmbH

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm Afternoon coffee break and networking

4:30 pm - 5:00 pm Electric Road Systems – ERS: A fossil free solution for the transport sector

Jan Pettersson - Director, The Swedish Traffic Administration (Trafikverket)
 ERS are ongoing a rapid development and Sweden is working intensively in finding good solutions to deploy ERS on a larger scale.                         
A Swedish roadmap for ERS
International co-operations and developments
Full-scale tests and deployment in Sweden
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Jan Pettersson

Director
The Swedish Traffic Administration (Trafikverket)

5:00 pm - 5:10 pm Closing remarks by the chairman of the day

5:10 pm - 5:40 pm End of the main conference

Electric roads using dynamic charging technology are a great way to improve the charging experience for electric vehicles and for example, if implemented on a large scale, to reduce the usage of batteries by 80%!
There are already a few initiatives and projects which focus on this technology. However, many challenges still remain in order to deploy this infrastructure on a large scale. For example, the high cost or the question of how to maintain these roads are preventing from immediate large scale adoption.
In this workshop the moderators will focus on the technology underlying such a system and discuss current projects that are initiated by the Swedish authorities. You will be able to:
Learn about the Swedish electric road project
Discover which technology is currently developed to create an efficient electric road system
Hear about the future road map for the large scale deployment and standardization
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Prof. Mats Alaküla

Senior Technical Advisor
Volvo, Sweden

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Jan Pettersson

Director
The Swedish Traffic Administration (Trafikverket)