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Plexal’s hosting JUICE: an event that will explore what’s needed to turbocharge the uptake of electric vehicles, as well as the infrastructure needed to support them.
8am: Breakfast and networking
8.45am: Welcome with special guest, science and automotive presenter Nicki Shields
9am: Keynote on what’s really needed to move ahead with development of a world-class EV charging infrastructure. With
Christina Bu, secretary general, Norwegian EV Association (the world’s largest EV owner association).
9.20am: Joined-up thinking for electrification
with The Algorithm People representative & TV presenter, Quentin Willson
9.40am: An inside look at how the industry is diversifying and strategies for the future. With Aleksandra O’Donovan, head of electrified transport, Bloomberg NEF.
9.55am: Energy and the land asset model: how to leverage existing land space opportunities and the energy demand challenge. With Toddington Harper, CEO and founder, GridServe.
10.30am: The big question: what should UK government be doing to make EVs and EV infrastructure the norm?
With Phil Graham, chief executive, National Infrastructure Commission.
10.50 Policy: eoes the national policy framework for EV charging and infrastructure fall short? With Joscelyn Terrell, senior EV infrastructure policy advisor, Office for Low Emission Vehicles.
11.05am: Land-based sector: how Nottingham’s Go Ultra Low project is helping to support uptake for electric cars and other low-emission vehicles across the city. With Mark Daly, senior transport planner, EV Chargepoint Manager, Nottingham City Council.
11.20am: Debate/Q&A hosted by television presenter Nicki Shields.
12pm: Charging ahead: what needs to be done to upscale electric charging infrastructure and what type of companies are successfully investing. With Adrian del Maestro, director of research and head of global thought leadership in energy and strategy at PwC.
12.10pm: A view from the supply chain: charging equipment and its connections; networks and energy management. With Jeremy Yapp, head of flexible energy systems, BEAMA.
12.30pm: OEMs: the automotive industry’s perspective on the Road to Zero. With David Wong, technology and innovation manager, SMMT.
12.50pm: What lies ahead? Is it too easy to simply use the term ‘future-proofing’? Find out what this really means for the sector and you. With Richard McMahon, professor of power electronics, University of Warwick.
1pm: Debate/Q&A hosted by television presenter Nicki Shields.
1.20pm: An audience with Nicki Shields.
1.45pm: Recharge with lunch.