Don’t miss the opportunity to meet in person and listen to electromobility experts during the 2nd CharIN Conference in Europe.
Three thematic blocks are on the agenda, each of them consisting of an exciting up-to-date Keynote and a panel discussion that connects to the Keynote.
On June 28th You will have a great networking opportunity and a chance to interact with other business professionals, form connections, and seek advice on the zero-emission solutions.
We are extremely pleased that Mr Daniel Speth from Fraunhofer ISI will share insights of the HoLa project with the audience in his Keynote speech. Furthermore, he will speak about the characteristics and required charging infrastructure for Heavy Duty Charging in Europe.
Ms. Agata Rzędowska, a well-known journalist, editor and an author of several hundred texts about electric cars will moderate the discussion.
The panelists include Michal Malecki Head of Software R&D Department at Ekoenergetyka-Polska S.A., Dr. Thomas Fabian, Commercial Vehicles Director of the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA) , Magnus Höglund, Head of Charging Solutions and Infrastructure at Scania Group and Patrick Kern, General Manager at BRUGG eConnect AG.
Take the chance to get an expert update on the legal framework for electromobility in Europe. Hear from industry and political stakeholders and check on your own if the European Commission’s solid proposal on the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Regulation (AFIR) is enough to ensure sufficient public charging infrastructure to follow the deployment of zero-emission cars.
Rafał Bajczuk, Senior Policy Analyst at the Polish Electric Vehicles Promotion Foundation (FPPE) will moderate the discussion between the following experts:
- Maria Andreeva – eMobility Marketing Strategy Leader Innovation Schneider Electric
- Michał Kurtyka – President of the COP24, Former Minister of Climate and Environment of Poland
- Michael Keller – Head of Regulatory Charging. Elli – A Brand of the Volkswagen Group, CharIN Member of the Board
- Peter Badik – Co-founder and CEO of GreenWay, former director of SEVA (Slovak Electric Vehicle Association)