Smart E-Mobility Conference


Friday, 3 March 2023


Stadthalle, Pollheimerstraße 1,
4600 Wels/Austria


English, German

What is it all about?

  • Fully electric fleets
  • Technology and market updates
  • Innovation in batteries, vehicles & charging solutions
  • Mass rollout

2023: Energy Efficiency = Energy security!

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Conference Fees

  • 110 Euro for the Smart E-Mobility Conference (3 March)
  • 370 Euro for all WSED conferences (28 February - 3 March)

All fees include conference documentation. All fees plus 10 % VAT.


3 March

09.00 E-Mobility: moving forward!

E-mobility is gaining ground worldwide as it has an important role to play in achieving climate targets. Leading experts offer an overview of policies supporting its expansion and up-to-date information on e-mobility markets around the globe.

  • Opening and welcome
    Gerhard Dell, OÖ Energiesparverband, Austria
  • European policies supporting e-mobility
    Kai Tullius, European Commission, DG MOVE
  • Global EV Outlook 2022 - Analysis
    Elizabeth Connelly, International Energy Agency
  • Analysis and forecast of EU e-car market
    Marc Odinius, Dataforce, Germany

10.15 Game changers for e-mobility

Propelling e-mobility to the next level! Innovative solutions for e-mobility are in high demand. This session highlights cutting-edge developments and practical examples in the fields of batteries, flexible grids, PV for EVs, AI and more. Start-ups present their products and solutions for the future of e-mobility.

  • Recent breakthroughs in battery development  
    Maximilian Fichtner, Helmholtz Institute, Germany
  • Nanolayers: next generation battery production
    Peter Visser, SALD, The Netherlands
  • Flexpower Amsterdam: getting ready for the EV ramp-up
    Marisca Zweistra, Elaad, The Netherlands
  • Vehicle-integrated photovoltaics
    Harry Wirth, Fraunhofer ISE, Germany
  • Trends in public charging: the perspective of an OEM charging service
    Paul Köhler, Volkswagen Group Charging, Germany
  • Artificial intelligence for EV charging
    Pedro Moura, University of Coimbra, Portugal
  • Harmonising EVs and renewables with AI
    David Knight, Terbine, USA
  • Full speed towards the e-mobility future
    Ronald Lausch, Smatrics, Austria
  • Photovoltaic carports
    Paul Ablinger, WKA Ökostrom, Austria
  • E-mobility for employees
    Bernhard Obermayr, Weber Hydraulik, Austria
  • E-Mobility innovations from Start-ups
    - Simon Seres, Nymea, Austria
    - Andraž Kladnik, Kovina, Slovenia
    - Jesús Huete Cubillo, Bettergy, Spain

13.00 Conference end

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