Senior Project Manager EV / HEV Charging Infrastructure Groupe Renault, France
For many, within the international business community working in the field of electric mobility, Philippe Dupuy currently in position at Renault, is considered as a true expert in this field.
Very active in areas related to standardization and certification of charging
solutions for electric vehicles, Philippe has recently contributed:
• to French National works: Guidance for the design and development of
charging infrastructure for plug-in electric and hybrid vehicles
• to Europeans work: Focus Group for the European standardization for EV
charging as Vice-Chair
• to international strategic thoughts on standardization, to breast SG6 IEC,
as a representative of the automotive industry
• to the promotion, as Chairman, of the collective compliance mark ‘EV
READY’ in force in Europe, to strengthen interoperability, robustness, safety and availability of EV recharge.
Electronic Engineer Graduated from University Montpellier France,
Speciality Electrotechnics and Power Electronics, he spent the first fifteen years of his career in the design and realization of power converters, particularly electronic chargers and board converters for Electric Vehicle.
He joined Renault in 1998 and was in charge until 2006 of the electronic power development activities in the Electrical department of Renault Engineering Division. Then he joined the ‘Project Vehicle Division’ to devote to system strategy and grid-vehicles interfaces as Senior Project Manager for the qualification of EV / HEV charging infrastructure.
Author of numerous patents, he has worked on the implementation of the three-phase charging deployed particularly in Europe, and the creation adoption and promotion of the charging solutions dedicated collective certification mark called ‘EV READY '
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