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EV Update To Unite Electric Vehicle Leaders In Munich To Shape The Future Of Europe’s EV Infrastructure

EV Update will bring together 150+ industry leading EV companies, including Peugeot Citroen, Nissan, RWE Effizienz, EDF, Smith Electric, Siemens at Smart EV Infrastructure & Business Europe Conference & Exhibition (December 5-6th, Munich, Germany) to tackle the key business and tech challenges to take EVs mass market.
By 2020 it is forecasted that more than 2.9 million electric vehicles will be on the roads of Europe, with the EVSE market alone predicted to be worth €1 billion. However, against a back-drop of continued economic uncertainty in Europe and a less than predicted uptake for the first generation of electric vehicles, many questions still surround the future of the EV Infrastructure in Europe.
(PRWEB) August 07, 2012
The third annual EV Update Smart EV Infrastructure & Business Europe is the premier business focused forum to unite the most innovative companies and forward thinking speakers from across the electric vehicle ecosystem to confront the key business and tech. challenges to enable a smart & interoperable European EV infrastructure. Peugeot Citroen said that the event is a, “fantastic opportunity to meet top industry figures in charge of developing electric vehicle infrastructure across the European market”. (
Senior-level speakers including industry experts including, Peugeot Citroen, Nissan, RWE Effizienz, EDF, Smith Electric, Siemens, Schneider, AVERE, HUBJECT, Continental, General Electric, Green eMotion and many more, will address key EV industry challenges such as:
Decipher how to bring interoperability to the European EV infrastructure space
Assess the evolving business and use -cases for the deployment of a fast charging network
Harness telematics to overcome the crucial barriers to mass market EV adoption
How to create an efficient, intelligent and safe domestic charging network
Smart strategies to manage the impact of EV deployment on the grid energy consumption
Reduce vehicle price-points and total cost of ownership over vehicle lifecycle
Results and key data from Europe’s largest and most innovative EV infrastructure projects
With 5 exclusive EV infrastructure case studies, 150+ executive delegates, 25+ senior-level telematics speakers and 18+ businesses-focused sessions, Smart EV Infrastructure & Business Europe 2012 is the leading annual business focused forum to unite the entire European electric vehicle industry.
Nissan attests, “Excellent conference can’t wait to attend again”.
UK Power Networks agrees, “Brilliant conference with some excellent speakers from all areas of the industry”.
E.ON affirms, “Plug-In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure was the perfect opportunity to meet and network with knowledgeable EV professionals”.
For the complete Smart EV Infrastructure & Business Europe 2012 conference programme and speaker line-up, access the e-brochure at, or contact the EV Update team at europe (at) evupdate (dot) com
Register today to join 150+ senior delegates, via the secure link below:
About EV Update:
The motto of EV Update is simple. We are in the business of providing high-level business intelligence and networking solutions in the form of exclusive B2B conferences & exhibitions, reports, news, analysis and webcasts for the rapidly expanding global electric vehicle industry. Our conferences, news, analysis and reports are thoroughly researched, and we strive to raise the quality threshold with every conference, content or report that we produce.
Gareth Ragg
Project Director | EVUpdate
T: (UStf) 1 800 814 3459 ext 7589 | (Global) +44 (0)20 7375 7532



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