Conference Speakers

Scroll down to discover the high-class speaker line-up for the Power2Drive Europe Conference, June 18–19, 2024 in Munich.

Conference Speaker Overview
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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.

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Dr. Jonas Böhm, TWAICE

Germany

Dr. Jonas Böhm is VP Mobility Americas at TWAICE, the leading battery analytics software. He is focused on unlocking the battery-powered future for everyone by working deeply with customers and partners in the mobility sector. Next to that, he is a Fellow of the Global Future Council on Advanced Manufacturing and Value Chains of the World Economic Forum and a thought leader on platform dynamics and networked markets (especially e-mobility) - co-authored more than 25 articles, conference contributions and books.

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Isabel Bohn, TransnetBW GmbH

Advisor Flexibility

Germany

Isabel Bohn is Advisor for Flexibility at the German TSO TransnetBW GmbH. She has spent the last year working on the Network Code Demand Response Draft as well as several projects to promote the integration of EV into the electricity grid, especially regarding flexibility provision from bidirectionally chargeable EV.

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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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Jeanne Buee, Rho Motion

Research Analyst

United Kingdom

Jeanne Buée is a research analyst in the Energy & Charging team at Rho Motion. She is working on developing analysis and forecast reports on the EV charging markets and renewable energy markets. She has acquired a good knowledge of the energy sector, as she formerly worked as a research associate at Wood Mackenzie in the Gas & LNG division.

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Andrew Cifala, Keysight Technologies, Inc.

Strategic Portfolio Planner and Test Solution Architect

United States

Andrew is the Strategic Portfolio Planner and Test Solution Architect for grid modernization at Keysight. Focusing on the overall energy transition, Andrew researches and synthesizes emerging trends in technology, global market dynamics, and evolving policies and regulatory frameworks to generate a deep understanding of the needs of the industry and to craft comprehensive roadmaps for addressing them. He works directly with industry leaders to define and develop test solutions for accelerating the creation of technologies for distributed energy resources (DER) and electric vehicle-grid integration. He also participates in various standard working groups and technical committees to help shape the future of DER and V2G. Andrew has over a decade of experience working with power and energy technologies in the utilities and tech sectors. He holds a bachelor's degree in mathematics from Carroll College, MT and a master's degree in electrical engineering from Montana State University focusing on advanced power systems, microgrids, and renewable energy integration.

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Baerte de Brey, ElaadNL

Chief International Officer

Netherlands

Baerte de Brey works at Stedin, a Dutch DSO. Responsible for analyzing the longterm effect of electric mobility on the electricity grids, Baerte helps building a sustainable business case around this transition. This includes vehicle2grids, solving regulatory barriers and cyber security. He graduated from Leiden University in 2001 with a law degree and received a MBA from Nyenrode Business University in 2006. On behalf of Stedin, he is one of the executive board members of ElaadNL. ElaadNL is a collaboration of the Dutch DSO's and the knowledge and innovation centre in the field of (smart) charging infrastructure. As an expert for the European Commission he sometimes reviews collective European programs concerning EV interoperability and smart charging.

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Jayson Dong, ChargePoint

Senior Manager, Public Policy - EU, Spain, & Italy

Jayson Dong is Senior Manager for Public Policy at ChargePoint, the world's leading and most open electric vehicle charging network. In the position since November 2022, Jayson coordinates the company's policy engagement at EU level as well as across Spain and Italy. For almost ten years, Jayson has worked as an expert on EU sustainability/transport policies (i.e., renewables, decarbonisation of transport, etc.). Prior to joining ChargePoint, Jayson worked in-house at a major Spanish renewable energy utility and a European EV trade association focussing on renewables and overarching e-mobility policies.

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Bruce Douglas, Global Renewables Alliance

CEO

Belgium

- Mission: Electrify everything (that can be electrified) with clean and renewable energy. - Bruce Douglas has 25 years' international experience in the promotion of renewable energy and electrification. - He is currently CEO of the Global Renewables Alliance, the single voice for the international renewable energy industry, representing wind, solar, geothermal, hydropower, storage and green hydrogen. - Previously he has held the following positions: Director of Communications and Business at Eurelectric, Deputy CEO of SolarPower Europe, Coordinator of the RE-Source Platform - the European alliance for corporate sourcing of renewable energy, founding Chairman of the Global Solar Council (GSC), Chief Operating Officer at WindEurope for 10 years, founding Secretary General of the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and Managing Director of FLiDAR, an offshore wind company. - He has a Master degree in renewable energy systems technology and is fluent in English and French.

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Katharina Eickelberg, SMA Solar Technology AG

Senior Vice President Global Communication & Sustainability

Deutschland

Katharina Eickelberg is the Senior Vice President Global Communication & Sustainability at SMA Solar Technology AG, a leading global specialist in photovoltaic system technology. She is responsible for Communication, Brand, Public Affairs and Sustainability. Additionally, Katharina is a director on the board of Solar Power Europe. Before joining SMA, Katharina held different positions in the energy sector, most recently as Head of Business Communication at Swedish utility Vattenfall and member of the supervisory board of GASAG AG. Besides driving communication and sustainability at SMA, she concentrates on topics such as Leadership and Diversity & Inclusion. Katharina lives in Hannover with her two sons.

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Markus Elsässer, Solar Promotion GmbH

CEO

Germany

Markus Elsässer studied mechanical engineering at the University of Stuttgart. He worked for a German manufacturer of solar thermal systems before he founded several companies all in the field of renewable energies. Markus Elsässer is the founder and CEO of the company Solar Promotion GmbH, an internationally operating exhibition company with a focus on renewable energy, energy storage technologies, electric transportation and energy efficiency. In 1991 he founded Intersolar, the world´s leading exhibition series for the solar industry with events spanning four continents. In 2014 the ees (electrical energy storage) exhibition was started, which has become Europe's largest exhibition for batteries and energy storage systems. In 2018 he founded The smarter E, an innovation hub for events and topics driving the new energy world: renewable energies, decentralization, digitalization and electric transportation. Solar Promotion has currently 50+ employees in Germany and has representation offices in 14 countries.

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Michael Evans, Octopus Energy

Optimisation and Analytics Lead

UK

As Optimisation and Analytics Lead at Octopus Energy Group, Michael brings together optimisation design, market access and customer propositions to harness flexibility from domestic and commercial assets, at scale. Example products include Octopus Zero Bill Homes and Power Pack, both guaranteeing customers pay nothing to consume energy, covering entire homes and EV charging respectively. Michael holds a PhD in flexibility from distributed energy resources from Imperial College London.

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Robert Fisher, SBD Automotive Germany GmbH

Principal - EV

Germany

After completing his degree in electrical engineering, Robert began his automotive career with Honda in Ohio, working in the Product Engineering division for 15 years. Highlights from his career include leading the implementation of Honda's hybrid powertrains for North America, being chosen as a key project leader for the Acura TLX and NSX and leading the Infotainment engineering team. Since joining SBD in 2017 as a key member of the Connected Car and EV teams, he has led large projects for many OEMs and Tier 1s and now serves as the Domain Principal for electrification. 

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Markus Hackmann, P3 Group GmbH

Managing Director

Germany

Markus Hackmann is the managing director of P3 and responsible for the area of e-mobility. After completing his engineering studies at the University of Newcastle upon Tyne, he joined P3 in 2006 and has since been working on numerous projects in the field of e-mobility technology strategies, lithium-ion batteries and the charging of electric vehicles. Since a few years and with the breakthrough of electric mobility, numerous projects with utilities, grid operators have been added. Likewise, Markus and the P3 work with numerous investors on the topic of technical due diligence. The P3 e-mobility team currently consists of over 200 consulting engineers.

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Ella-Lovise Hammervold Rørvik, Aneo AS

Machine Learning Engineer

Norway

Ella-Lovise H. Rørvik is a machine learning engineer at Aneo AS. She leads AI initiatives within various flexibility projects in the company, working with cases from user flexibility to local energy markets. She has a Master of Science degree in Cybernetics and Robotics from NTNU (2020) and specializes in optimization, forecasting, control systems, and distributed energy systems.

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Dr. Christopher Hecht, The Mobility House GmbH

Data Scientist

Germany

Christopher works as Data Scientist at The Mobility House to generate a clearer visibility over the flexibility assets such as charging stations and vehicles connected through the backend in the portfolio. In parallel, Christopher continues his work as a scientist with the ISEA Institute, RWTH Aachen University. Christopher's research focusses on applying machine learning and big data algorithms on public charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. Key questions are how the existing infrastructure can best be used, how future expansion is best placed, and how electric vehicles can positively interact with the electricity grid. Through the platform www.mobility-charts.de as well as appearances in various conferences, he is a leading voice on charging infrastructure usage in Germany. As part of electric mobility, he also focusses on buffer batteries and home energy storage systems. He has experience in the fields CAPEX/OPEX projection for power and gas grid assets, power grid and power market modelling, wind energy tenders, and renewable energy technology. He further has an extensive IT and programming background with projects completed in database management and back-end development.

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Dr. Christopher Hecht, ISEA Institute, RWTH Aachen University

Data Scientist

Germany

Christopher works as Data Scientist at The Mobility House to generate a clearer visibility over the flexibility assets such as charging stations and vehicles connected through the backend in the portfolio. In parallel, Christopher continues his work as a scientist with the ISEA Institute, RWTH Aachen University. Christopher's research focusses on applying machine learning and big data algorithms on public charging infrastructure for electric vehicles. Key questions are how the existing infrastructure can best be used, how future expansion is best placed, and how electric vehicles can positively interact with the electricity grid. Through the platform www.mobility-charts.de as well as appearances in various conferences, he is a leading voice on charging infrastructure usage in Germany. As part of electric mobility, he also focusses on buffer batteries and home energy storage systems. He has experience in the fields CAPEX/OPEX projection for power and gas grid assets, power grid and power market modelling, wind energy tenders, and renewable energy technology. He further has an extensive IT and programming background with projects completed in database management and back-end development.

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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.

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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.

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Luke Hu, Electroder

General Manager, Global Business

Germany

Mr. Luke Hu co-founded Electroder, a World Economic Forum Technology Pioneer focuses on battery cell design and development. He is currently focusing on building and operating the company's global business. Mr. Hu has been leading his team completing cell design projects, developing advanced design tools for global users, and advising the company's clients in cell development process. In 2022, Mr. Hu led his company joining the Global Battery Alliance as its first member focusing on battery design and development. Before founding Electroder, he had a decade of experience in manufacturing and technology and held a variety of management roles globally. Mr. Hu graduated with an MBA degree from Cornell University and a bachelor's degree of engineering from Beijing University of Technology.

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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.

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Beat Kreuter, DEKRA SE

Vice President

Beat Kreuter , Vice President Business Line Product Safety Testing at DEKRA. Beat Kreuter hails from Switzerland and has spent 20 years of his professional career in Asia working for different testing and certification companies before returning to Europe. At DEKRA he is responsible for the Business Line Product Safety Testing with special attention to EVs and EV supply equipment as an emerging technology. Beat Kreuter is an active member of the CharIN focus group interoperability and conformance and the Open Charge Alliance compliance WG

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Sebastian Lahmann, National Center for Charging Infrastructure / NOW GmbH

Team Lead Implementing

Germany

Sebastian Lahmann is the head of the Team Implementing at the National Centre for Charging Infrastructure. The National Centre for Charging Infrastructure, operating under the roof of the federally owned NOW GmbH, coordinates and manages activities to expand the charging infrastructure for battery electric vehicles in Germany on behalf of the Federal Ministry of Digital and Transport (BMDV). As Team Lead Implementing, Mr. Lahmann is particularly involved in the technical foundations of the funding programs initiated by the BMDV and the tendering of the 'Deutschlandnetz' (Germany-wide electric high-power-charging network). He, along with his team, analyses and defines the technical requirements for the overall charging infrastructure system and oversees the regulatory framework. The scope of application ranges from the energy supply network to charging equipment and extends to the vehicle itself. The focus is on charging infrastructure for both passenger cars and heavy duty vehicles.

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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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Maciej Mazur, AVERE - The European Association for Electromobility

CEO

Belgium

Maciej Mazur is the CEO of PSPA, an organization he managed to build up from the ground into one of the the largest NGO in Poland and the CEE, with nearly 300 members and over 100 institutional partnerships. Since 2023, he has also served as the president of AVERE - The European Association for Electromobility. Maciej is a seasoned professional in the energy sector and economic issues, he has been present on the alternative market sector since 2012, especially in relation to electromobility. Among his many experiences, he was involved in the development of the largest infrastructural investments in Poland as well as consulting for companies from the energy, oil&gas, automotive, financial and FMCG sectors. He is a frequent speaker and author of numerous publications in the fields of electromobility, decarbonization, shaping public policy in transport and aligned industries.

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Bruno Moedim, Kempower

Segment Owner-Energy Solutions

The Netherlands

Bruno Moedim is a Segment Owner at Kempower. He is responsible for energy solutions in charging hubs where he helps with the strategic direction of the energy management offering, particularly focusing on maximizing the usage of electric mobility assets to clients.

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Manuel Navarro, Siemens SA

Sales Manager

Portugal

Manuel Navarro, an engineer at Siemens, specializes in bringing together renewable energy and smart grid solutions for EV charging . He spearheaded a project implementing on-premise smart power distribution and management for 200 EV chargers, optimizing energy consumption. His expertise integrates renewable generation and storage, enabling efficient charging schedules based on vehicle utilization patterns and grid constraints. With a focus on E-Mobility Power System Integration, he brings valuable experience to EM-Power Europe, aligning with his commitment to advancing sustainable energy solutions.

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Alexandre Neto, Siemens AG

Sales Manager for Americas and Iberia of Microgrids and Renewables Integration

Germany

Alexandre Neto is Sales Manager for Americas and Iberia for the Microgrids and Renewable Integration portfolio at Siemens. He has deep international experience in innovation in the energy industry and has been working on energy management for more than 15 years. Since his engineering studies at Instituto Superior Técnico in Lisbon, Portugal, he has developed a strong passion for renewable energy generation. Throughout his career, he has dedicated himself to devising innovative solutions that enhance the flexibility of electric systems, allowing them to seamlessly integrate more renewable energy sources in a reliable manner.

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Francisco Quiroga, Embassy Mexico

Ambassador

Germany

Francisco Quiroga is currently the Ambassador of Mexico in Germany. He holds a Master of Operations Research from the University of Auckland, New Zealand, and a Master's degree in Economics from Yale University. In the current administration, he has served as Undersecretary of Mines in the Economy Ministry. He has direct knowledge of the German business environment, and private sector experience in developing international investment and trade projects, particularly in the mining and metallurgical sector. He has participated in technical negotiations and in the application of trade rules.

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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.

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Andreas Richter, DEKRA SE

R&D Manager

A technical expert with a passion for electromobility - this is Dipl.-Ing. Andreas Richter, R&D Manager at DEKRA. He has almost 15 years of experience in the field of e-mobility, a topic that has been a recurring theme throughout his career: After studying mechatronics with a focus on vehicle mechatronics, Andreas was in charge of cross-divisional electromobility services from 2010 on and set up a DEKRA Group-wide E-Mobility Competence Center. In his current position as R&D Manager, two topics are particularly close to his heart: the electrical safety of vehicles and determining the State of Health of the EV battery. Andreas is also the founder of DEKRA's Battery Test for Electric Cars, a unique, patented procedure for determining the battery SoH.

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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.

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Lukas Schriewer, P3 Group GmbH

Principal Charging & Energy

Germany

Lukas is a leader of P3's work on charging infrastructure and energy technologies and serves automotive OEMs, utilities, charge point operators, charge point manufacturers, suppliers, and private-equity investors in Europe and North America. In his role as Principal Charging & Energy, he focuses on helping clients develop new charging infrastructure and energy products as well as optimize rollout and operations of these products. Additionally, he is responsible for P3's energy lab in Osnabrück, Germany, that offers testing, engineering and benchmarking services in order to improve reliability and interoperability between technologies and products across the e-mobility and energy ecosystem.

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Miguel Stilwell d'Andrade, EDP

CEO

Portugal

Miguel Stilwell d'Andrade is CEO of EDP, a global leader in renewables, networks and client solutions, with operations across Europe, North America, Latin America and Asia-Pacific. More than 85% of the energy produced by EDP comes from renewable sources, and the goal is to be all-green by 2030. Miguel accumulates more than 20 years of experience in the energy sector. He spent the early part of his career in Investment Banking and has been a leader at EDP since 2000, from several transactions and investments that laid the foundation for EDP Renewables, to CEO of EDP Spain, CEO of EDP's supply business in Portugal and Board Member of EDP Distribution. After being the CFO of EDP, Miguel became CEO of EDP and EDP Renewables in January 2021.

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Christoph Stürmer, CharIN

CEO CharIN Academy

Germany

Christoph Stürmer is the head of CharIN Academy, a subsidiary of the industry association CharIN e.V., which promotes standards for electric vehicle charging worldwide. He began his professional career at Daimler-Benz AG as a product manager for engines and transmissions and strategic planner. This was followed by more than 10 years at IHS Automotive. He then lead the global automotive think tank Autofacts® at PwC and was equity partner at Vindelici Advisors. He is also a co-founder and shareholder of a start-up company for mobile batteries and battery-as-a-service.

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Serge Subiron, Jedlix B.V.

CEO

The Netherlands

Serge is the CEO of Jedlix BV, the leading European software platform enabling zero-emissions charging of Electric Vehicles in the home domain. Serge is an entrepreneur in IoT and smart energy. He has led business model transformations and ecosystems build-ups for multinational telecom & internet groups in EMEA and Asia for more than 30 years. Based in the Netherlands, Serge is leading Jedlix BV since 2019 to unlock the value of EVs charging and discharging processes, both for EV drivers, the eMobility and energy ecosystems.

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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.

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Steven Van Arsdale, PwC

Autofacts Lead Analyst

Germany

Steven Van Arsdale is the Lead Analyst of PwC Autofacts at PwC in Frankfurt am Main and leads the Autofacts team. He supports teams in Germany and around the world with automotive-specific projects or analyses. He has more than 10 years of professional experience in analysing, consulting and directly at an OEM. Before joining PwC, Steven worked for a leading data forecasting company. His main focus was on powertrain, CO2 and powertrain forecasting. He was also previously Assistant Manager for Powertrain at the European headquarters of a Korean OEM.

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Prof. Dr. Christof Wittwer, Fraunhofer Institute for Solar Energy Systems ISE

Director Business Area 'System Integration"

Germany

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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.

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