Electric Nation has a stand at the Cenex Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV2017) event which takes place on 6 & 7 September at Millbrook Proving Ground in Bedfordshire. Mark Dale from Western Power Distribution and Esther Dudek from EA Technology will also be giving a talk about the project, with a focus on presenting the real facts about the need for smart charging as the numbers of EVs in the UK increase.
Electric Nation can be found at stand number C3 100-101, complete with a Tesla hooked up to one of the project’s Alfen smart chargers. Come and have a cold drink and chat to us to find out more about smart chargers and the results of the project so far.
Electric Nation’s presentation is taking place on day one of the event, Wednesday 6 September, in the Presentation Zone, Hall 2, starting at 2pm. The format of the session is as follows:
Electric Vehicles and Energy Systems: Smart Charging Projects and V2G
The convergence of energy and transport: How to navigate the fog and deliver a win-win outcome for all stakeholders
Mark Thompson (Chair), Innovate UK
Electric Nation – Smart Charging Trial
Mark Dale, Western Power Distribution
Esther Dudek, EA Technology
Consumers, Vehicles and Energy Integration Project
Liam Lidstone, Energy Technologies Institute (ETI)
Integrating electric vehicles into the energy grid; lessons learned from Hawaii and the potential for the UK and Europe to drive transformational change
Dr Jonathan Adey, Hitachi Europe Ltd
Smart charging projects: lessons learned from The Netherlands
Alex Earl, Alfen-ICU Charging Equipment
Smart EV: A new standard for managed electric vehicle charging, and what this means for the automotive and electric vehicle charging supply chains, and customers
Richard Hartshorn, Scottish & Southern Electricity Networks
Daniel Hollingworth, EA Technology
Over 80 speakers will be sharing expertise at seminars and workshops over the two-day event. Senior figures from vehicle manufacturers including Nissan, Toyota, Ford Motor Company and Jaguar Land Rover will join experts from technology developers, Government and the energy sector, to review and discuss the future of low carbon vehicles and supporting energy infrastructure in the UK and Europe.
You can view the full seminar programme here:
As well as the exhibition and seminars, LCV also offers you the opportunity to drive some of the very latest electric vehicles on Millbrook’s circuits. In recent years there has been a large queue to drive the BMW i8, so get there early!
Cenex is celebrating its 10th annual Low Carbon Vehicle (LCV) event this year and will be hosting an evening reception at the Cenex-LCV event on 6 September.
For more information about LCV, The UK’s Premier Low Carbon Vehicle Event, visit the all-new website www.cenex-lcv.co.uk
Time is running out to register for the event; you can do this here: www.onlineregistration.co.uk/shows/cenex/17/regcenex.php