Unlocking Sustainable E-Mobility: Redefining Charging Infrastructure

Wednesday, June 19, 2024

Time
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Hall
ICM München
Room
Room 13 B

Be involved in an exciting session on the future of sustainable e-mobility. We will explore the key role of charging infrastructure and its contribution to a greener future. Learn from research experts and industry leaders how battery size affects power consumption and convenience, and why we need smaller cars and more charging stations. Session topics include smart charging for a greener and cheaper grid, empowering sustainability with battery storage, AI revolutionizing fleet energy usage, and charging event optimization.The aim of this session is to provide an overview of measures to make e-mobility more sustainable when it comes to charging infrastructure and to initiate discussions between participants that will continue throughout the conference. Don't miss your chance to shape the e-mobility charging landscape of tomorrow!

11:00 am - 11:05 amWelcome & Introduction

Marie Rajon Bernard

Researcher

ICCT (International Council on Clean Transportation)

11:05 am - 11:15 amBattery Size Versus Fast Charging - Key Insights From Our Electric Vehicle Simulation Analysis

Carolina Rodrigues Poupinha

Associate Researcher

ICCT (International Council on Clean Transportation)

11:15 am - 11:20 amSpeaker Introduction

Marie Rajon Bernard

Researcher

ICCT (International Council on Clean Transportation)

11:20 am - 11:30 amSustainability Benefits of Smart Charging : Exploring Solar Truck Charging in India

Dr. Julia Hildermeier

Senior Associate EU

Regulatory Assistance Project (RAP)

11:30 am - 11:40 amImpact of Charging Infrastructures Reduced - How to Deal With the Power Demands?

Uwe Augustat

Head of Vertical Solutions

Siemens AG

11:40 am - 11:50 amThe Power to Drive Sustainability in Company Fleets

Florian Lüft

Head of Business Development

Univers

11:55 am - 12:25 pmQ&A

12:25 pm - 12:30 pmClosing Remarks

Marie Rajon Bernard

Researcher

ICCT (International Council on Clean Transportation)

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
Carolina Rodrigues Poupinha, ICCT (International Council on Clean Transportation)

Associate Researcher

Germany

Carolina Rodrigues Poupinha is an Associate Researcher working for the ICCT (International Council on Clean Transportation) on the light-duty vehicles program. Her current work aims at estimating the energy consumption and CO2 emissions of electric light-duty vehicles.

Speaker
Uwe Augustat, Siemens AG

Head of Vertical Solutions

Germany

The apprenticeship as electronic worker combined with the subsequent studies of Electrical Engineering/Economics in Germany and Argentina laid the foundation for Uwe Augustat's profound applied knowledge and international onshore project experience in Asia, Middle East, Europe and South America. Twenty five years in technical roles in various power distribution, generation and energy storage projects shaped his goal-oriented approach in the business. Leading the application/ solution business for reliable grid connection in Infrastructure and Industry in combination with a smart battery storage and control systems is his main focus.

Speaker
Marie Rajon Bernard, ICCT (International Council on Clean Transportation)

Researcher

Germany

Marie Rajon Bernard is an Electric Vehicle Researcher working for the ICCT (International Council on Clean Transportation) on the International Partnerships team. She is also the Charging Infrastructure Cluster Coordinator and is based in Berlin, Germany. Her work supports cities' and countries' transition to zero-emission mobility through electric vehicle adoption and charging infrastructure development. She also supports the International ZEV Alliance and the ZEV Transition Council, two coalitions of leading governments committed to accelerating the transitioning to zero-emission vehicles, by being a Secretariat member.

Speaker
Florian Lüft, Univers

Head of Business Development

France

Florian Lüft has been Head of Business Development of Univers German entity since 2020. Univers is one of the world's leading Greentech companies with a strong focus on the digital transformation of the energy- and mobility sector. In his position, he is responsible for the strategic and operational development of new business areas with focus on corporate fleets and real estate. He has gained more than 20 years of experience in sales, strategy, marketing and business development. Lüft holds a diploma in Business Administration.

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