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Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Time

04:30 pm - 06:00 pm

Hall

ICM München,

Room

Room 11

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Technology Trends for Charging Infrastructure

04:30 pm
04:35 pm

Welcome and Introduction

04:35 pm
04:50 pm

Launch of IRENA Report -Innovation Outlook of EV Smart Charging

  • Francisco Boshell
    Renewable Energy Markets and Standards Analyst, IRENA International Renewable Energy Agency, Germany

04:50 pm
05:05 pm

Holistic Approach of E-Mobility Infrastructure Implementation Concepts - Example Fleet-operators and Gas-stations

  • Thomas Gereke
    Senior e-Mobility Consultant, Siemens AG Smart Infrastructure, Germany

05:05 pm
05:20 pm

Disruptive Potential of Innovations in Charging Infrastructure

05:20 pm
05:35 pm

Distribution Networks as Enabler of Charging Infrastructures: Case Study of South Tyrol

  • Claudio Carlini
    Researcher - Active Networks: Distribution Grids and Demand Side Management, RSE S.p.A., Italy

05:35 pm
05:50 pm

Grid Integration of E-Mobility

  • Eric Junge
    Engineer Grid Integration of E-Mobility, Netze BW GmbH, Germany

05:50 pm
06:00 pm

Q&A

Speakers

 Thomic Ruschmeyer
Thomic Ruschmeyer
Chairman, BSM e.V., Germany
 Francisco Boshell
Francisco Boshell
Renewable Energy Markets and Standards Analyst, IRENA International Renewable Energy Agency, Germany
 Thomas Gereke
Thomas Gereke
Senior e-Mobility Consultant, Siemens AG Smart Infrastructure, Germany
 Scott Shepard
Scott Shepard
Senior Research Analyst, Navigant Research, United Kingdom
 Claudio Carlini
Claudio Carlini
Researcher - Active Networks: Distribution Grids and Demand Side Management, RSE S.p.A., Italy
 Eric Junge
Eric Junge
Engineer Grid Integration of E-Mobility, Netze BW GmbH, Germany

Summary

Supplying electric vehicles with energy is a truly Herculean challenge for the eMobility sector. Before the market for electric vehicles can truly take off, the foundations need to be laid - in the form of comprehensive charging infrastructure. There are various approaches to this task: these range from slow charging with alternating current to rapid high-power charging with direct current, and inductive solutions to cable-based systems. In this session, the latest trends in charging infrastructure technology will be presented.