E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure in Europe 2020

31 March - 02 April, 2020
Berlin, Germany

Fadi Zara

Director Electric Vehicle Development & eMobility FAW China

Over 25 years of US automotive engineering experience in fortune 500 companies in USA and China with focused on powertrain and vehicle NVH development.  In the last 7 years focusing in electrical and hybrid vehicle development. Current position: Director of EV & Hybrid Vehicle Development in  FAW Car Company located in Changchun China   

Conference Day Two

Wednesday, April 1st, 2020

9:10 AM Keynote: Swappable solutions and a new charging infrastructure concept from 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

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

2:00 PM Panel session: Developing a new high power charging infrastructure

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

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 Fadi.

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