Wireless charging; automated charging devices; bidirectional charging; automatic conductive charging; pantographs; automatic connection devices: creating a future-proof vehicle-charging infrastructure

If you are responsible for strategy, specifying, and implementing a charging infrastructure for Britain’s ever-growing fleet of electric vehicles, the pressure is on to create a charging infrastructure for cars, buses, airport apron vehicles, trucks: for all on-highway vehicles. However, charging technologies are evolving even faster than the vehicles themselves. The UK Charging Infrastructure Symposium looks beyond the plug: invest in the right technologies! Join the discussion, make new contacts, create a relevant strategy to future-proof your charging infrastructure.

This unique conference explores charging technologies and solutions far beyond the current talking points. Delegates at The UK Charging Infrastructure Symposium at the British Motor Museum on 4-5 November 2024 should attend to ensure that they make better implementation decisions for the long term because charging technologies and possibilities are evolving at an incredible rate.
Among the discussion points will be:
  • Wireless Charging
  • Automated Charging Devices/Automatic Connection Devices
  • Bidirectional Charging - V2G, V2H, V2L & V2V
  • Critical and Continuous Electricity Power Supply
  • Infrastructure Maintenance and Calibration
  • Creating a Fail-Proof Infrastructure
  • Smart Charging
  • Pantographs
  • Creating a Future-Proof Infrastructure
  • An infrastructure for ALL on-road vehicles, from buses and trucks to cars
  • Where to invest?
  • Who is responsible for creating an infrastructure? Government? Vehicle owners and operators? Energy retailers?
  • The changing face of Fuel Retail Forecourts
  • Sourcing clean energy
  • Revenue Opportunities

First speakers announced!

Nick Shaw

Department for Transport

Deputy Director and Joint Head of the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles

James Court

EVA England

Chief Executive Officer

Melanie Shufflebotham

Zap-Map

Co-founder & COO

Elena Bachurina

bp pulse

UK EV Network Project Delivery Director

Russell Fowler

National Grid

Senior Manager - Decarbonisation of Transport

Paul Gambrell

Oxfordshire County Council

ZEV and Energy Integration, iHub Innovation Team

Matthew Ling

Suffolk County Council

Environment Strategy Programme Manager, Growth, Strategy and Infrastructure

Ken France

Nottingham City Council

Head of Fleet & Depot Operations

Shazan Siddiqi

IDTechEx

Senior Technology Analyst

Warwick Goodall

PA Consulting

Partner - Transport, Clean and Smart Mobility

Graham Evans

S&P Mobility

Director - Supply Chain & Technology Group

Erica Ballantyne

University of Sheffield

Senior Lecturer in Operations & Supply Chain Management

Fabian Eisele

Vector Informatik GmbH

Product Manager

Bharat Pathania

Midlands Connect

Head of New Technologies

Graham Hodgson

CENEX (The Centre of Excellence for Law Carbon and Fuel Cell Technologies)

Team Leader - Technical Innovation

Tom Stone

TTi (Traffic Technology International)

Editor

Saul Wordsworth

TTi (Traffic Technology International)

Editor

Hubert Wolters

WiTricity

VP Business Development

Josey Wardle

Innovate UK

Innovation Lead - V2G & EV Charging

David Wong

Society of Motor Manufacturers & Traders

Head of Technology & Innovation

What to expect

Delegates can expect to see presentations from some of the best-known, most-qualified experts on charging infrastructure for electric vehicles of all shapes and sizes. This event is for local authorities and forecourt operators, as well as owners and operators of all types of on-road vehicles, fleet managers, energy providers, airport operators; it’s for anyone responsible for installing a charging infrastructure. We'll focus on which charging technologies to employ, plus how best to future-proof your charging infrastructure. 

As well as networking breakfasts, coffee breaks, access to the museum, and delegate dining on both days of the event, delegates will be surrounded by exhibits showcasing the very last and moreover next-generation of charging technologies, integrators, and service providers. Everything is included in the super-early-bird delegate pass cost of £395.