EV Update Launch Competition to Discover the Biggest Breakthrough Trends for Electric Vehicles in Europe in 2013

EV Update has launched a competition to identify the biggest breakthrough trends set for electric cars and European eMobility in 2013. The three winners will receive a complimentary pass to Smart EV Infrastructure & Business Europe 2012 Conference (Dec 5th-6th, Munich), with all other entrants eligible to purchase a half-price ticket.

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fantastic opportunity to meet top industry figures in charge of developing electric vehicle infrastructure across the European market

(PRWEB) October 16, 2012

Sarwant Singh, Partner and Global Practice Director for Automotive & Transportation at Frost & Sullivan recently identified e-mobility and the electric car as one of the ten most important global mega-trends to redefine the world by 2020. Yet current EV sales simply don’t seem to match up.

To be in with a chance of winning, entrants need to answer the following question by 5pm CET on Wednesday (Oct 17): What EV developments (business, tech. or otherwise) must happen in 2013 if e-mobility is to achieve its full growth potential and mega trend promise? Answers to be emailed to: gragg@evupdate.com

Note: Answers can be as radical or as pragmatic as they like but only a short paragraph is needed.

2013: The Tipping Point for e-mobility?

Smart EV Infrastructure & Business Europe 2012 is Europe’s premiere event to unite the most forward-thinking companies and speakers from across the electric vehicle ecosystem to discuss how to harness the latest business and tech. breakthroughs that are set to act as a catalyst for eMobility and European EV infrastructure in 2013.

(http://www.evupdate.com/electricvehicleeurope/).

Industry leaders including, Peugeot Citroen, Nissan, RWE Effizienz, EDF, Smith Electric, Siemens, Schneider, FEDEX, 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
  •     Smart strategies to manage the impact of EV deployment on the grid energy consumption
  •     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-focussed sessions, Smart EV Infrastructure & Business Europe 2012 is the leading annual business focussed forum to unite the entire European electric vehicle industry.

What delegates have said about previous events:

Peugeot Citroen agrees, the event is a “fantastic opportunity to meet top industry figures in charge of developing electric vehicle infrastructure across the European market"

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:
http://www.evupdate.com/electricvehicleeurope/conference-event-brochure.php, or contact the EV Update team at europe(at)evupdate(dot)com

Register before this Friday (Oct 20th) via the secure link below to take advantage for €100 saving on all conference passes: https://secure.firstconf.com/evupdate/electricvehicleeurope/register.php

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Contact:

Gareth Ragg
Project Director | EVUpdate
T: (Global) +44 (0)20 7375 7532
E: gragg(at)evupdate(dot)com
W: http://www.evupdate.com/electricvehicleeurope/


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