(PRWEB) June 09, 2011
On October 11th-12th, Frankfurt, Germany, automakers, utilities, charging station manufacturers and EV integrators will unite at Plug-In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Europe 2011 to debate crucial industry issues like partnerships, standardisation of plug & charging levels and discuss how to profit from EV generated data.
The conference will focus on forming key partnerships and increasing adoption of EV infrastructure products and services.
Plug-In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Europe is the only event that will attract senior EV decision makers. They will provide an in-depth analysis about this exciting market, so put the date in your diary now.
Expert speakers from Nissan, GE, Mercedes-Benz, Better Place, RWE, Coulomb Technologies, Misubichi, Vattenfall, Renault, Toyota & many more to discuss:
- European infrastructure opportunities created as a result of Europe’s first EV launches
- Key partnership requirements of automakers and utilities
- How to commercialise existing infrastructure and profit from EV generated data
- Results and key learning’s from some of Europe’s largest and most innovative EV infrastructure ventures
- Which direction market leaders will take on fundamental issues like plug standards and fast charging
For the complete Plug-In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Europe 2011 conference program and speaker line-up, access the recently published e-brochure at http://www.evupdate.com/europe or contact the EV Update team at europe(at)evupdate(dot)com
Register your place at the conference by June 17th and save €300, for pricing and registration information go to http://www.evupdate.com/europe
After our ground-breaking Plug-In Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Europe 2010, Peugeot commented, “Fantastic opportunity to meet top industry figures in charge of the developing electric vehicle infrastructure across the European market”.
EV Update Conferences are the most prestigious in the industry. We produce business focussed EV events in North America, Europe & Asia, and attract the most influential speakers providing a rich environment for establishing strategic relationships and networking.
For more information contact Krystyna Grant, EV Update on +44 207 375 7241 or email europe(at)evupdate(dot)com