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Session E2: Market development strategies for charging infrastructure

Where is the EV market headed and how can we support it - learning from the consumers and the role government’s can play in supporting EV policies.

2019-05-20, 15:00-16:30
Venue: Lumiere 8+9

Chairperson: Sven LIERZER, BridgingIT GmbH, Stuttgart, DE

  • EV CHARGING DATA MANAGEMENT, FIVE ISSUES TO SOLVE.
    Simone MAASE , Amsterdam University of Applied Science , NL

     

  • CHARGING STATIONS FOR ELECTROMOBILITY: FROM REGIONAL TO NATIONWIDE - USE-CASE OF A GERMAN ENERGY SUPPLIER
    Amadeus REGERBIS , EnBW AG , DE

     

  • FAST CHARGING - EVIDENCE FROM A FULL SCALE LABORATORY
    Erik FIGENBAUM , Institute of Transport Economics , NO

     

  • DESIGN OF BUSINESS MODELS FOR THE OPERATION OF THE CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE ACCORDING TO THE GERMAN CALIBRATION CONFORMITY - DEVELOPMENT OF AN AUTOMATED TCO-TOOL
    Christian GEHRING , P3 Automotive GmbH , DE

     

 

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