E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure in Europe 2020

31 March - 02 April, 2020
Berlin, Germany

Christian Girardeau

Director Electrification BP, United Kingdom

Christian is now Electrification Director with BP, after having established SCHNEIDER ELECTRIC Business in Electric Vehicle previously. He also has experience in running start-up companies in Telecom, Semi-conductors, Software and Video Analytics, both in USA and Europe with large commercial development in China and other parts of Asia / Africa. He holds an MBA in finance and strategy of the Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania and a Masters in ocean engineering/ computer science from ParisTech ENSTA.

Conference Day One

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

9:30 AM Keynote panel: E-mobility landscape, strategic collaborations and customer needs

The electron should flow freely between countries - promoting an EU-wide “open grid system”
A “bottom-up revolution” – changing the e-mobility landscape from the local level upwards
Making the charging experience smooth and convenient for the end customer – unified RFID cards, access and payments. What are the customer needs and how are they changing because of EVs?

Conference Day Two

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

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

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

11:50 AM Panel session: New business models for e-mobility

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

Workshop Day

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

8:30 AM MARKET-DRIVEN BUSINESS MODELS TO SOLVE EV INFRASTRUCTURE CHARGING

Weare still in theearlystagesofcharginginfrastructuredevelopmentandthereisno extensive dataandexperience in ordertocreatethemost profitable businessmodelfor all partiesinvolved. Topics such asenergypriceflexibility, futuredemandandpartnershipswithlocationsare still tobeunderstoodcorrectly. In thisworkshopwe will look at theseandotherquestionsandbrainstormwaystocreate profitable businessmodelsfor OEMs, energycompanies, and CPOs.
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

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Christian.

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