Supercharge Your Knowledge: Unveiling the Future of E-Mobility Charging!

Tuesday, June 18, 2024

Time
11:30 am - 01:00 pm
Hall
ICM München
Room
Room 13 B

Join us for an electrifying conference session where we put the finger on the pulse of e-mobility charging. Explore how cutting-edge technologies and innovative strategies are shaping sustainable transportation. Get ready to plug into the future with distinguished speakers as they dive into the following topics:The path towards cost-effective and scalable solutions for heavy-duty transportation, the intersection of cloud computing and EV charge management, charging infrastructure optimization and its implications for sustainable transportation initiatives. You will also learn about the seamless integration of charging infrastructure into the grid and the transformative potential of wireless charging technology.

11:30 am - 11:35 amWelcome and Introduction

Raphaël Héliot

Policy Officer

AVERE - The European Association for Electromobility

11:35 am - 11:45 amElectric Trucks Have Power: Cost Analysis of Megawatt Charging in Europe

Andreas Jahn

Senior Associate

Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP)

Dr. Julia Hildermeier

Senior Associate EU

Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP)

11:45 am - 11:55 amHow the Cloud Can Help You Run More Profitable EV Charging Solutions

Fabio Bottoni

Specialist Solutions Architect

Amazon Web Services

11:55 am - 12:05 pmFurther Speaker to be Announced

12:05 pm - 12:15 pmSeamless Integration of Charging Infrastructure into the Grid and Energy Market

Matthias Suttner

Director Charging Hardware

The Mobility House GmbH

12:15 pm - 12:25 pmWireless Charging: From a Dream to the Next Big (EV Charging) Thing

Thomas Würz

Head of Wireless Power Transfer

Siemens AG

12:25 pm - 01:00 pmQ&A Round

Speakers
Speaker
Dr. Julia Hildermeier, Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP)

Senior Associate EU

Belgium

Julia Hildermeier joined RAP's Europe team as an electro-mobility and transport expert to explore the benefits of integrating electrified transport in a smarter and decarbonized power market. In addition to providing research and policy analysis, she leads RAP's electric transportation program for RAP's EU department including strategic planning and outreach in Brussels and beyond. Before coming to RAP in 2018, Hildermeier worked for the European Federation for Transport & Environment, advocating for a cleaner, fairer, and more sustainable transport system. As clean vehicles and e-mobility officer, she conducted policy research and managed internal and external research projects, co-created and implemented the organization's advocacy strategy on electro-mobility, and advised decision-makers at the EU level as well as in key Member States. This included expanding stakeholder coalitions and networks, such as the European Platform for Electro-Mobility. Julia Hildermeier holds a doctorate in sociology from Humboldt University Berlin and Ecole Normale Superieure Cachan in Paris. Her academic work included identifying the path-rupture potential of environmental regulation in the European automotive and transport sector. Previously, while earning a master's degree in social sciences and serving as a research assistant in an EU-funded project at Berlin's Center for Social Sciences, she compared the innovation potential of electric vehicle battery politics in Germany and France. Hildermeier publishes and reviews papers in scientific journals on mobility and climate topics. A native German speaker, Julia is also fluent in English and French.

Speaker
Andreas Jahn, Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP)

Senior Associate

Belgium

As a senior associate in Berlin, Andreas Jahn focuses on issues relating to the German 'Energiewende', or energy transition, helping develop and advance regulatory options for a carbon-neutral power sector, including demand-side resources and tariff design. He also supports RAP's work throughout Europe. Jahn has extensive experience with power markets and regulation, as well as knowledge of the German national political arena. Prior to joining RAP, Jahn was responsible for all energy policy and regulatory matters as the director of regulatory affairs at lekker Energie, a German electricity and gas provider. Through his work as a senior expert for the Association of New Energy Suppliers, he gained valuable insight into political decision-making processes and legislative procedures. He was also a member of the Federal Ministry of Economics' task force on legislation to implement grid regulation in Germany. Andreas Jahn has extensive knowledge of the technical, environmental, and political aspects of energy markets through his degree in environmental science from Leeuwarden (Netherlands) and Bingen (Germany). In addition to his native German, Andreas speaks fluent English and advanced Spanish.

Speaker
Raphaël Héliot, AVERE - The European Association for Electromobility

Policy Officer

Belgium

Raphaël Héliot is Policy Manager at AVERE - the European Association for Electromobility. Within his work, he advocates for the promotion of legislative and non-legislative European initiatives which aim at supporting the deployment of e-mobility. He is also involved in several expert groups/ forums of the European Commission (EAFO, Sustainable Transport Forum, etc) where he leads the work on charging infrastructure's deployment, EV's roll out and more sectoral issues including fire safety, skills, grid and urban mobility. Prior to that, Raphaël Héliot has worked in consultancies on transport related topics.

Speaker
Matthias Suttner, The Mobility House GmbH

Director Charging Hardware

Germany

Matthias Suttner is the Director of Charging Hardware at The Mobility House, where he spearheads the distribution of charging solutions to electricians and utility companies. With a decade of experience in the electric vehicle charging infrastructure industry, Matthias has established himself as a seasoned professional with a comprehensive understanding of energy management. His expertise spans various facets of the industry, including sales, business development, and product management. Throughout his career, Matthias has played a key role in shepherding diverse e-mobility projects, contributing to the advancement and integration of charging infrastructure for electric cars.

Speaker
Thomas Würz, Siemens AG

Head of Wireless Power Transfer

Germany

Thomas Würz is Head of Wireless Power Transfer at Siemens AG in Munich, Germany. He is responsible for the R&D of the Wireless Power Transfer Products within the Siemens Smart Infrastructure eMobility organization. Thomas has about 32 years of experience in automotive and industrial area. Before Siemens AG, Thomas served as Global R&D Director at Lear Corporation, Managing Director at Brusa GmbH and Senior R&D Director at Qualcomm GmbH working on Wireless Charging IP and product development.

Speaker
Fabio Bottoni, Amazon Web Services

Specialist Solutions Architect

Italy

Fabio Bottoni is a Specialist Solutions Architect of Amazon Web Services within the Energy and Utilities vertical. Fabio focuses on helping Utilities and Energy companies to solve their challenges using AWS technology leveraging his industry expertise. Before joining AWS in 2021 he worked for Enel-X where he matured industry knowledge around IoT use cases, connecting EV chargers, but also industrial and renewable assets for monitoring and operations. He is currently leading EV Charging solution guidance development within the AWS Energy Technical community.

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