Smart E-Mobility Conference

DATE

Friday, 8 April 2022

VENUE

Stadthalle, Pollheimerstraße 1,
4600 Wels/Austria

and online

LANGUAGES

English, German

CALL FOR PAPERS AND SPEAKERS

Deadline: 10 October 2022

We look forward to receiving your contributions!

What is it all about?

  • Mass rollout: Infrastructure
  • Technology trends
  • Business models

Energy efficiency - full speed ahead!

Find out more!

Conference Fees

  • 20 Euro (on-site and online) for the Smart E-Mobility Conference (8 April)
  • 70 Euro (on-site and online) for all WSED conferences (5 - 8 April)

All fees include an entrance ticket to the tradeshow and conference documentation. All fees plus 10 % VAT.

PROGRAMME

Friday
8 April

09.00 Navigating electric mobility

This session presents the policy framework and markets that are powering up the e-mobility sector. It shows how they enable the establishment of the mobility solutions of the future, now! Leading experts offer updates on policies,  technologies and markets.

  • Opening and welcome
    Markus Achleitner, Regional Minister for Economy and Energy, Upper Austria
    Gerhard Dell, OÖ Energiesparverband, Austria
     
  • European policies for e-mobility and charging infrastructure
    Kai Tullius, European Commission, DG Move
     
  • The uptake of e-mobility in Europe: status-quo and outlook
    Marie Rajon Bernard, International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT)
     
  • Battery-electric vehicles for everyone by 2030
    Christian Hochfeld, Agora Transport Transformation, Germany
     
  • Electric vehicles and renewable energy: a perfect match
    Dolf Gielen, International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA)
     
  • Electric heavy duty trucks
    Harm Weken, FIER Automotive, The Netherlands

11.00 Innovation session: business models and charging solutions

Innovative business models and cutting-edge charging solutions are driving e-mobility forward. We show how these innovations enable the large-scale rollout of e-mobility.

  • 100 % fossil free Volvo Group vehicles
    Niklas Andersson, Volvo Group, Sweden
     
  • Long distance journeys: a field test for charging infrastructure
    Roel Swierenga, Hansa Green Tours, The Netherlands
     
  • Increasing deployment of Megawatt Charging Systems (MCS)
    Johan Peeters, ABB EV Charging Infrastructure, The Netherlands
     
  • Intelligent and climate neutral charging solutions
    Gerhard Wimmer, KEBA Energy Automation, Austria
     
  • Charging infrastructure for company fleets: use cases
    Christoph Leitinger, Energie AG Oberösterreich, Austria
     
  • Emil – smart charging solution for companies
    Michael Schubert, Fronius International, Austria
     
  • Shifting gears: fully emission-free SAP fleet by 2025
    Jürgen Rennar, SAP, Germany
     

13.00 Conference end

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