E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure in Europe 2020

31 March - 02 April, 2020
Berlin, Germany

Dr. Katharina Vera Boesche

Head of the Legal Expert Group The Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy

Conference Day One

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

11:30 AM Updates on the German calibration law

Updates of the legal framework for charging station operators
Effects of measurement and calibration law on the retrofitting of DC charging stations
Legally compliant billing of AC and DC charging stations

2:30 PM Panel session: Legal and regulatory hurdles and enablers of a Europe-wide charging infrastructure

How will the next revisions of the clean vehicle directive and the future alternative fuel infrastructure directive impact the e-mobility landscape in Europe?
What are the national policy frameworks implemented for minimum charging infrastructure requirements
Developing larger scale charging locations and the needed policy
How to promote alternative solutions such as peer to peer energy management or energy sharing in local communities

Workshop Day

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

11:30 AM LEGAL AND REGULATORY ASPECTS OF CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE

Legal and regulatory structure for E-mobility is still evolving in Europe. The goal is to create a consumer-friendly, cross-border charging infrastructure that enables seamless transition between countries and operators, while promoting a business case for the stake holders in this sector. In this workshop, we discuss the current state of the legal and regulatory landscape and assess possible future scenarios and how they will influence the E-mobility business. Some of the points discussed are:
The status of the German calibration law
Regulation for eRoaming and interoperability
EU directives for green energy
Needed policies and regulation that allow alternative energy management methods (such as peer to peer, local communities etc.)

Check out the incredible speaker line-up to see who will be joining Dr. Katharina Vera.

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