EVI: Charging Ahead
Taking charge of Electric Vehicle Infrastructure
14 - 17 November 2023 | Crowne Plaza, Glasgow UK
Call for Papers deadline extended: 16 June 2023
If we’re going to meet government plans for increasing electric vehicle adoption, and phase out petrol and diesel fuelled cars, it’s vital that the charging infrastructure keeps pace.Submit a paper
This new conference takes a detailed look at the technologies behind EV infrastructure, where we are now and where we need to get to over the next few years.
You’ll also learn about the latest innovations in fast charging, battery swapping, and more!
As we prepare to launch the 5th edition of the Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation, EVI: Charging Ahead is the chance for organisations with an interest in EV infrastructure across all sectors to collaborate and communicate, to develop ideas to meet EV-related Net Zero targets.
EVI Charging Ahead speakers include:
Carla Bolado Pontigo
Senior Project DevelopmentEngineer
Electric Vehicles, SSE Energy Solutions
Senior Policy Advisor
Senior Programme and Project Manager
Coventry City Council
EV and Storage Manager
National Grid ESO
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Be part of the programme
We’re looking for contributions to be part of the programme of this brand new conference.
Why not take the opportunity to showcase your latest strategies, technical research or commercialisation projects in a prestigious technical forum?
We’ll also publish your work and submit it for indexing on IET Inspec, IEEE Xplore and Ei Compendex.
Deadline for contributions: 16 June 2023
Key themes of the conference
The Call for Papers is shaped around four key areas: electric vehicle charging, batteries, grid and power supply, and EV adoption. The detailed technical scope includes:
- Grid capacity, flexibility and smart charging
- Smart Grid and Smart Charging software
- The role of the TSO and DSO – what are the implications for the grid?
- Fast charging infrastructure
- Battery swapping
- V2G and V2X
- HGV and fleet electrification infrastructure
Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation, 4th Edition
This Code of Practice provides a clear overview of EV charging equipment, as well as setting out the considerations needed prior to installations and the necessary physical and electrical installation requirements.
It also details what needs to be considered when installing electric vehicle charging equipment in various different locations - such as domestic dwellings, on-street locations, and commercial and industrial premises.
Video: A Guide for writing best papers
Answering the tough questions that lie ahead for electric vehicles
Committee member, Colin Herronof Newcastle University, talks about why the conference is important forbringing EV specialists together.
What does the future of EV adoptionlook like?
We spoke with Shamala Evans-Gadgil, Senior Programme/Project Manager and consultant working on behalf of Coventry City Council, and Claire Miller, Director of Technology &Innovation at Octopus Electric Vehicles, about what electric transport might look like in the future.
Raise your brand’s profile at EVI: Charging Ahead
Whether it’s lead generation, brand awareness, thought leadership, a new product launch or geographical expansion you have in mind, our team will work with you to build a bespoke sponsorship and exhibition package that best helps you achieve your aims.