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I attended EV:NEXT 2023 event

Updated: Oct 12, 2023

I recently attended the EV:NEXT 2023 at the IET centre in London, it brought together a lot of professional EV players, including influencers, distributors, energy companies, manufacturers, installers, and more. The day was split into different panels and commentators discussing different topics including what's next for the EV charging industry and "what does this mean for drivers, businesses and the government. The event was sponsored by ev.energy. It was an excellent day and I leant what was going on now and in the future, V2G and some manufacturers talked about the new exciting products they are bringing to the market.



If you would like to watch the video in full click this link EV.NEXT2023 VIDEO


Session Contents


What’s Next for EV Charging?


Hosted by William Goldsmith, Head of Grid & Data Services, ev.energy.



- Alex Hart, EV and Storage Manager, National Grid ESO


- Jeremy Yapp, Head of Flexible Energy Systems, BEAMA


- Emma Burns, Interim Head of Regulation, Flexitricity


- Rachel Busfield, Head of Electric Vehicle Energy, Consumers & Innovation at BEIS


- Nick Woolley, CEO & co-founder at ev.energy



New product reveal hosted by Lukas Lukoschek, Head of B2B Product, ev.energy



- Joe Fogel, CEO, waEV-charge


- James Clarke, CEO, JPL


- Giulia Escher, Tech Lead, ev.energy Video contents:



Introduction


- What impact will EV Charging have on the grid?

- The benefits of energy flexibility

- What is Smart Charging?

- The future: barriers and solutions

- Q&A with Industry Panel

- Break

- The ev.energy mission

- ev.energy journey so far

- NEW: Shared EV Charging

- Support for Installers

- Fleet charging case study from Joe Fogel, waEV-charge

- Property industry solutions, James Clark, JPL and Stevie Chargers





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