TAKING CHARGE: THE ELECTRIC VEHICLE INFRASTRUCTURE STRATEGY – WHAT DOES IT MEAN?
Following the announcement from the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV), we are delighted to bring the UK fleet sector a dedicated online event that drills down into the detail of the strategy and what it means for local authorities, UK business and the CPOs that serve the UK fleet industry.
Hear from OZEV, direct, as we focus on the strategy itself, with particular focus paid to the following:
- The EV Infrastructure Strategy
- On-street residential scheme funding, support to Local Authorities
- The LEVI fund
- The WPC grant – Fleet & Depot charging and what’s next?
- The consumer experience, what legislative changes will be made and real-life fleet and driver challenges
We have informative presentations from industry experts, including UK100, SMMT, Transport East and National Grid, where we outline how the strategy applies to UK fleet managers and colleagues, including estates and facilities, transport planning, highways, etc. And we have the solutions courtesy of Char.gy, Vital EV, BMM Energy Solutions and The AA.
It doesn’t get any more comprehensive than this, so RESERVE YOUR PLACE NOW and join us for the most comprehensive overview of what this announcement means!
Taking Charge: The electric vehicle infrastructure strategy – An overview: Sophie Lyons, Office for Zero Emission Vehicles
Session 1 – Keeping it local: Applying the LEVI pilot project in real terms
Local Delivery of EV Charging – Challenges & Opportunities: Jason Torrance, UK100
'Taking Charge' at a regional and local level - planning a network that will improve the user experience: Andrew Summers, Transport East
On-street charging – Enabling the driver access to usable charging, no matter what: Shayne Rees, Char.gy
Interactive Q&A: Sophie Lyons, OZEV, Jason Torrance, UK100, Andrew Summers, Transport East & Shayne Rees, Char.gy join GREENFLEET Ambassador, Kate Armitage
Session 2 – Workplace & Depot Charging, the role of the CPO
The industry response to the strategy - What’s required next? Sukky Choongh, SMMT
Energising the depot – Fleet charging solutions explained: Paul Kirby, Vital EV Solutions
Powering your workforce - Destination, workplace and home charging: Richard Spry-Shute, BMM Energy Solutions
Interactive Q&A: Sophie Lyons, OZEV, Sukky Choongh, SMMT, Richard Spry-Shute, BMM Energy Solutions & Robin James join GREENFLEET Ambassador, Kate Armitage
Session 3 – Improving the User Experience
The user exprience - Where does the network stand up and fall down?: Linda Grave, EV Driver
The reality of using the UK charging infrastructure – The real-world experience: Dean Hedger, The AA
Joining the panel at the end of the Session will be Lorna McAtear, National Grid, as she adds her own experience to the conversation
Interactive Q&A: Sophie Lyons, OZEV, Linda Grave, EV Driver & Dean Hedger, The AA join GREENFLEET Ambassador, Kate Armitage
Round-Up & Summary: Kate Armitage, GREENFLEET Ambassador