Tuesday, February 27, 2024 | 11.00am–12.00pm CET | Webinar Language: German
he first part of our webinar focuses on electric mobility in the passenger car segment. Here, we provide a detailed analysis of the developments of 2023, focusing on the influence of global markets as well as politics and economy on the electric car market, complemented by a forecast of the expectations and trends for 2024, especially driven by the discontinuation of the environmental bonus for electric cars.
In the second section of the webinar, we turn our attention to the current status and future prospects of charging infrastructure. Participants will be informed about the current challenges and successes in this area and will gain insights into innovative charging concepts. This segment also includes an assessment of the adequacy of the existing infrastructure and possible approaches for further development and improvement.
To conclude the webinar, we offer an interactive Q&A session. In this setting, participants have the opportunity to address their individual questions directly to us. This session serves as a platform for deeper exchange and offers the chance to discuss specific topics based on the interests and questions of the participants.
In addition, both the recording and the speakers' presentations will be made available on our digital content platform The smarter E Digital after the webinar.
Sebastian Henßler has successfully filled various key roles in his 19-year career in the automotive industry. His extensive experience is reflected in his current work as a publisher, consultant, and speaker, with a special focus on electric mobility and electric vehicles. Known for his in-depth knowledge and extensive network, Sebastian is deeply committed to advancing the future of sustainable mobility. His comprehensive experience qualifies him as an expert in this sector.
Jan Waldert is a dedicated professional in the field of electric mobility, specializing in the development of charging infrastructures. He works at ZOOZ e-mobility, a start-up focused on fast, storage-supported charging infrastructures. Jan understands the challenges and opportunities of electric mobility and advocates for the expansion of reliable charging infrastructure, essential for the growing demand for electric vehicles. His expertise in this field was evident in his master's thesis at HfWU Nürtingen-Geißlingen, where he focused on the expansion of fast-charging infrastructure.
As Project Manager Power2Drive Europe, he is responsible for Europe's largest exhibition for charging infrastructure and electromobility in the context of renewable energies. As an enabler for the new mobility and energy world, he connects the international industries as a part of The smarter E Europe, having previously worked as a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering in the field of charging infrastructure, grid integration of renewable energies and smart grids at the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research Baden-Württemberg (ZSW).