Researchers, academics, applied researchers and practitioners are invited to join the Future of Charging Symposium on Tuesday 10 and Wednesday 11 March 2020. The fourth edition of this leading symposium offers a platform to present and discuss research and developments around EV charging. Experts share the latest scientific insights and practical results that support the very ambitious roll-out of charging infrastructure for EV until 2030.
The symposium will take place at HAN University of Applied Sciences in Arnhem. With more than 20 sessions and panels spanning 4 tracks we offer a nicely tuned program, centred around a simple and straightforward question: Who is in charge?
scaling up our charging infrastructure?
In order to be prepared for the EV supply from 2020, public and private parties move towards more advanced collaborations to assure an efficient mass roll-out. What critical aspects need to be governed?
the charging process and the energy flexibility?
When it is part of multiple value chains and ‘owned’ by grid operators, car manufacturers, energy flex traders and smart homes?
Data is a critical asset for decision making, market predictions and an optimal EV driver experience: who owns the data, who assures the quality?
charging commercial vehicles?
Which charging infrastructure for electric commercial vehicles is needed to be able to deliver an attractive and economic Zero Emission logistics operation in 2030?
This symposium, bringing research and practice together, is organised by NKL – The Netherlands Knowledge Platform for Charging Infrastructure, HAN University of Applied Sciences and TKI Urban Energy. The two-day program gives you more than enough opportunity to discover, interact, learn and contribute.
Eindhoven University of Technology, Enervalis, VDL, TNO, Breytner, TKI Urban Energy, Allego, ElaadNL, Fraunhofer IAO, Rotterdam and Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences, iwell b.v., Rijkswaterstaat, Province of Gelderland, RSM Erasmus University, Municipality of The Hague and Rotterdam and HAN University of Applied Sciences. More about the speakers.