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EVET Stakeholder Seminar 11 Feb

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2019-02-11 12:00 2019-02-11 17:00 Europe/London

The second EV Energy Taskforce stakeholder seminar for the wider interest group will now take place on the 11th February 2019, in Birmingham, 12:00-17:00

The second EV Energy Taskforce stakeholder seminar for the wider interest group will now take place on the 11th February 2019, in Birmingham, 12:00-17:00

Banner for the February Stakeholder Seminar

EV Energy Taskforce progress update for the wider stakeholder community.

We have now reached the room capacity for the second EV Energy Taskforce Stakeholder Seminar being held on Monday 11th February 2019, at Maple House, 150 Corporation Street, Birmingham, B4 6TB from 12pm-5pm.

Please add your name to the waiting list and we will release tickets to you should any become available nearer the date, on a first come first served basis.


 

The main focus of the seminar is to allow the Work Packages the oppertunity to present the emerging themes from their work to the widerstakeholder community and elicit some critical feedback. The agenda below provides the maximum time to present finding so far and invite delegate feedback.

Agenda (Subject to change)

11:45 Registration Opens

12:00 Networking Lunch

12:45 Welcome the EV Energy Taskforce - Context from OLEV & Ofgem.

Keynote Addresses:
 

  • Road to Zero & the Energy System Robert Kinnaird, OLEV
  • Regulatory Framework & protecting the consumer Eleanor Warburton, Ofgem
  • Introduction to the taskforce Philip New, ES Catapult

13:15 Work Package One: A common strategic understanding of the requirements of the energy system to support mass EV uptake.

- Chair: Eric Brown, Energy Systems Catapult

  • Progress Update 
  • Principles and Emerging Theme 
  • Panel discussion and stakeholder feedback 

14:00 Work Package Two: Engaging EV users in smart charging and energy services.

- Chair: Sam Hollister, Energy UK

  • Progress Update
  • Customer Journeys & Experience
  • Panel discussion and stakeholder feedback 

 

14:45 Coffee & Networking

15:15 Work Package Three Smart charging technical requirements.

-  Chair: Richard Parry-Jones,

  • Progress Update
  • Charging Scenarios & Use Cases Automotive Council
  • Panel discussion and stakeholder feedback 

 

16:00 Work Package Four Accessible data for decision making.

  • Progress Update
  • Data Ownership & Accessibility
  • Panel discussion and stakeholder feedback 

16:45 Panel Q&A, Conclusion

 

17:00 Close

 

Please register your attendance, at https://evet.eventbrite.com 

Maple House
Date:  11 Feb 2019 - 11 Feb 2019
Time:  12:00 - 17:00
Website:  EVET.eventbrite.com
Location:   Maple House
Full Address:

150 Corporation St, Birmingham, B4 6TB





Description:   

Banner for the February Stakeholder Seminar

EV Energy Taskforce progress update for the wider stakeholder community.

We have now reached the room capacity for the second EV Energy Taskforce Stakeholder Seminar being held on Monday 11th February 2019, at Maple House, 150 Corporation Street, Birmingham, B4 6TB from 12pm-5pm.

Please add your name to the waiting list and we will release tickets to you should any become available nearer the date, on a first come first served basis.


 

The main focus of the seminar is to allow the Work Packages the oppertunity to present the emerging themes from their work to the widerstakeholder community and elicit some critical feedback. The agenda below provides the maximum time to present finding so far and invite delegate feedback.

Agenda (Subject to change)

11:45 Registration Opens

12:00 Networking Lunch

12:45 Welcome the EV Energy Taskforce - Context from OLEV & Ofgem.

Keynote Addresses:
 

  • Road to Zero & the Energy System Robert Kinnaird, OLEV
  • Regulatory Framework & protecting the consumer Eleanor Warburton, Ofgem
  • Introduction to the taskforce Philip New, ES Catapult

13:15 Work Package One: A common strategic understanding of the requirements of the energy system to support mass EV uptake.

- Chair: Eric Brown, Energy Systems Catapult

  • Progress Update 
  • Principles and Emerging Theme 
  • Panel discussion and stakeholder feedback 

14:00 Work Package Two: Engaging EV users in smart charging and energy services.

- Chair: Sam Hollister, Energy UK

  • Progress Update
  • Customer Journeys & Experience
  • Panel discussion and stakeholder feedback 

 

14:45 Coffee & Networking

15:15 Work Package Three Smart charging technical requirements.

-  Chair: Richard Parry-Jones,

  • Progress Update
  • Charging Scenarios & Use Cases Automotive Council
  • Panel discussion and stakeholder feedback 

 

16:00 Work Package Four Accessible data for decision making.

  • Progress Update
  • Data Ownership & Accessibility
  • Panel discussion and stakeholder feedback 

16:45 Panel Q&A, Conclusion

 

17:00 Close

 

Please register your attendance, at https://evet.eventbrite.com 







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