Electric vehicles in vehicle fleets help to minimize CO2 and reduce costs in vehicle tax, insurance and operations and convey an environmentally conscious image. Restricted ranges can be compensated for by the intelligent management of vehicles, charging processes and energy resources. Nevertheless, electric mobility is still not a sure-fire success either for municipalities or for companies. What are the main obstacles and where are the potentials? How can the opportunities be used and the risks managed? These and other questions are discussed using various practical examples.
The webinar took place on Tuesday, September 29, 2020, 11:00am CEST in German language.
It is absolutely clear to the protagonists of the VISION mobility THINK TANK that we will only drive electrically in the future. But why this will be the case and how it can work, even over long distances, is what VISION mobility moderator Johannes Reichel discusses in a conversation with people who really know it: Futurists Lars Thomsen and Christoph Gümbel from the think tank future matters, founder of the Swiss charging technology innovators Juice, Christoph R. Erni, and Prof. Thomas R. Koehler, CEO, CE21 - Gesellschaft für Kommunikationberatung mbH, expert for future technologies.
The webinar took place on Tuesday, September 22, 2020, 11:00am CEST in German language.
With an increasing number of electric cars, the challenge for the electricity system also increases. If all car users want to charge their battery electric vehicle unregulated and with high power at the same time, the local power grid can reach its limits. At the same time, electric cars also offer a special opportunity for the electricity system: under the right regulatory framework, e-vehicles can help to integrate more renewable energies into the energy system and better utilize existing grid capacities. Intelligent charging must be the standard for the successful ramp-up of electric mobility.
What are the main obstacles to intelligent charging? What are challenges and opportunities for energy supply companies? These questions will be discussed during the event and supplemented by various practical examples.
The webinar took place on Tuesday, September 01, 2020, 11:00am CEST in German language.
The market for e-mobility charging systems in Europe is growing although there is a pandemic. What are the latest market developments and trends in Europe? How is the number of charging points increasing all over Europe and what are the connections to renewable energy systems?
Philippe Vangeel, Secretary General of the European Association for Electromobility (AVERE) answers this and further questions in this webinar. Apart from that, Power2Drive project manager Sabine Kloos, launches this year’s update of the the "Market Overview: Charging Systems" containing technical information not only about the current available charging systems but also solar carports, apps and software solutions for charging.
The webinar has been taking place on Tuesday, June 30, 2020, 11:00am CEST. The webinar material is available for download in our webinar archive.
|Date||May 19, 2020|
|Duration||ca. 60 minutes|
|Fee||Free of cost, number of participants is limited|
|Speaker||Dr. Martin Ammon, CEO, EuPD Reseach GmbH|
|Moderator||Lothar Kuhn, Assistant Chief Editor, Edison Media|
The webinar has been taking place on Tuesday, May 19, 2020, 11:00am CEST. The webinar material is available for download in our webinar archive.
Climate neutrality in 2050 is the EU’s man on the moon.
Much remains to be done to achieve this long-term objective, starting with more ambitious climate action in the transport sector in the coming decade as a 90% reduction in transport emissions is needed by 2050.
The clean electrification of vehicles and the deployment of a smart charging infrastructure are no-regret options to transform vehicles from mere transport assets to decentralized energy resources fully integrated in the power system.
This webinar presents a new smartEn publication supported by Power2Drive which collects best practices of innovative business models that should be supported by the regulatory frameworks to be set during the EU legislative cycle 2019-2024.
The webinar has been taking place on Thursday, February 06, 2020, 3:00pm CET.The webinar material is available for download in our webinar archive.
The webinar offers a detailed discussion of the challenges of managing e-fleets.
|Date||November 14, 2019|
|Duration||ca. 60 minutes|
|Fee||free of cost, number of participants is limited|
Stefan Baumann, Key Account Manager, The Mobility House
|Moderator||Sabine Kloos, Project Manager ees Europe & Power2Drive Europe, Solar Promotion|
The webinar has been taking place on Thursday, November 14, 2019, 3:00pm CET.The webinar material is available for download in our webinar archive.
"For us it's the most important exhibition format - we meet all our potential customers and partners here" - This is only one of many positive statements from this year's Power2Drive Europe exhibitors. Power2Drive Europe is an industry hotspot for suppliers, manufacturers, distributors and start-ups in the emerging field of electric mobility and transportation.
The video gives you an insight of the highlights at Power2Drive Europe 2019. Power2Drive Europe - this is the international exhibition for charging infrastructure and electromobility. The Power2Drive Europe presents charging solutions and technologies for electric vehicles and reflects the interaction between electric vehicles and a sustainable and environmentally friendly energy supply. Power2Drive Europe brings together suppliers, manufacturers and start-ups from this emerging industry. The aim is to support companies in the development and distribution of technologies and business models in the field of traction batteries, charging infrastructure and electric vehicles and to promote sustainable mobility.
The exhibition Power2Drive showcases charging solutions and technologies for electric vehicles and reflects the interaction between electric vehicles and a sustainable and environmentally friendly energy supply.