E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure in Europe 2020

31 March - 02 April, 2020
Berlin, Germany

Kathrine Jørgensen

Senior Consultant The Capital Region of Denmark

Kathrine Jørgensen has worked with green transport for 10 years. First in the Danish Transport Agency with funding of green transport, a public campaign on energy efficient driving techniques, as well as the facilitation of a municipal EV network. Since 2013, Kathrine Jørgensen has been a Project and Program Manager at Copenhagen Electric, the Capital Region of Denmark, where she works with accelerating the marked uptake of electric vehicles. Focus is on partnerships involving public authorities, companies, and private consumers aiming at replacing fossil-fuel cars with electric cars. Kathrine is a strong communicator and an experienced network builder

Conference Day One

Tuesday, March 31st, 2020

4:10 PM Panel Session: How to prepare urban regions for mass adoption of EVs

The future of having clean cities with fully integrated charging infrastructure, allowing anyone to own an electric car is an exciting one. Yet, in order to make that happen, many hurdles still need to be overcome. In this panel we discuss what challenges are in front of us and ideas of how to make this exciting future a reality:
How to prepare for a large number of EVs in the city
Dealing with power overload at peak hours
How to enable charging for larger living communities (apartment buildings etc.).
Deployment of an efficient public transport charging infrastructure

Workshop Day

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020

3:00 PM PREPARING URBAN REGIONS FOR EV MASS ADOPTION

With the demands for clean air and convenient mobility options, urban regions are looking towards the adoption of electric vehicles on a large scale. With this mass adoption come big requirements for the charging infrastructure. Some of the most innovative cities in Europe are already investigating this question and working on having more charging stations, more convenient charging options and new types of partnerships in the eMobility and energy delivery space. In this workshop experts from two of the European capitals will focus on discussing these topics in details. Together with the moderators you will be able to address questions such as:
How to prepare for a large number of EVs in the city
Dealing with power overload at peak hours
How to enable charging for larger living communities (apartment buildings etc.).
Deployment of an efficient public transport charging infrastructure

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

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