Smart E-Mobility Conference


Thursday, 24 June 2021


Stadthalle, Pollheimerstraße 1,
4600 Wels/Austria

and online


English, German

What is it all about?

  • Market overview
  • Building integration
  • Energy management
  • Storage and charging solutions
  • Best practice examples

Energy efficiency ↔ Green recovery

Find out more!

Conference Fees

  • 20 Euro (online and presence) for the Smart E-Mobility Conference (24 June)
  • 70 Euro (online and presence) for all WSED conferences (21 - 25 June)

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


24 June


09.00 Trend Session: E-mobility boom despite the pandemic

While automotive markets around the world were heavily disrupted by the Corona pandemic, sales of electric vehicles rose sharply and e-mobility achieved a market breakthrough in many countries. In this session, learn about the status, trends and global prospects for e-mobility!

  • Opening and welcome
    Gerhard Dell, OÖ Energiesparverband, Austria
  • Sufficient recharging infrastructure to boost electric vehicle take up
    Aleksandra Klenke, European Commission, DG MOVE
  • The IEA Global EV Outlook 2021: Entering the decade of electric drive
    Elizabeth Connelly, International Energy Agency
  • Booming e-mobility market China
    Jian Liu, Energy Research Institute, China
  • Turning European transport innovation into local action
    Gabriela Barrera, POLIS Network, Belgium


10.30 Innovation Session: Solutions for mainstreaming e-mobility

Mainstreaming e-mobility requires up-scaling across the value chain. This session presents technology solutions, business models and best practice examples that can act as game changers.

  • Market scale-up of batteries
    Egbert Figgemeier, Forschungszentrum Jülich, Germany
  • Smart rethinking of e-mobility
    Patrizia Ilda Valentini, Renault Austria
  • E-mobility in urban apartment buildings - the URCHARGE project
    Andreas Reinhardt, Linz AG, Austria
  • Success factors for electric vehicles in urban areas
    Amela Ajanovic, Technische Universität Wien, Austria
  • Converting to an electric fleet
    Jürgen Rennar, SAP, Germany
  • Fleets go electric
    Axel Schäfer, Bundesverband Fuhrparkmanagement, Germany

12.30 Conference end

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