CharIN Tuesday is more than a virtual e-mobility conference. It's a digital learning session addressing the hottest topics of e-mobility.
This event brings influential industry stakeholders together to exchange and collaborate on important topics as Grid Integration, EU Funding, V2G, Certification, Plug’n Charge, MCS and many more.
Find here the next dates and topics and register to be part of the series.
CharIN Tuesday EUROPE Triplet Spring 2023
CharIN Tuesdays Europe are back for the first half of 2023. Following the triplet in the fall of 2022 we are organizing a triplet to cover the following themes:
- May 16, 2023: Facilitating Payments in e-Mobility: Quo Vadis?
- June 6, 2023: Global Cooperation on Standards: The MCS Story
- June 27, 2023: Data Exchange: Driver of the Charging Ecosystem
Part 1: Facilitating Payments in e-Mobility: Quo Vadis?
Following the successful EU negotiations in Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Regulation and ongoing industry initiatives with a view of facilitating payments for the customer, specific themes that will be visited include roaming, card payments, Plug & Charge, the Payment Services Directive, etc.
Part 2: Global Cooperation on Standards: The MCS Story
With global discussions regarding common standards in the e-mobility sector, including the Combined Charging System (CCS) and ISO15118, this session will focus on the Megawatt Charging System (MCS) in light of the EU-US Trade and Technology Council, not least as the connector is a key element of the ongoing transatlantic negotiations towards a joint approach.
Part 3: Data Exchange: Driver of the Charging Ecosystem
With several EU initiatives such as the Data Act, and relevant ongoing discussions on what data needs to be exchanged across the whole charging ecosystem, this session will visit use cases and relevant policy discussions pertaining to the required elements for a seamless charging experience with focus on the driver.
Speakers will include Commission officials, Permanent Representations to the EU, Members of the European Parliament, national authorities, civil society organizations as well as industry.
CharIN Tuesday EUROPE Triplet Fall 2022
Find out what our CharIN Tuesdays are about by checking our last EUROPE Triplet in Fall 2022 where we already had the pleasure of hosting a CharIN Tuesday Triplet with a focus on the EU.
Glenn Cezanne, the CharIN voice in Brussels, invited experts from industry and politics to tackle the following topics:
- Regulatory Birdseye - A holistic view on the relevant EU dossiers‘ status for e-mobility
- E-Mobility across the EU – A Union, how divided?
- Heavy Duty Vehicles (HDV) – The driver for e-mobility
To get an impression of what to expect, you can find the recordings to these sessions here:
CharIN Tuesday NORTH AMERICA
The Future of Charging Today
This CharIN Tuesday mapped out a vision for how Plug & Charge in North America can enhance the EV charging experience for users in the light-, medium-, and heavy-duty vehicle segments.
If we want the scale and pace of EV adoption required to meet the climate moment, Plug & Charge makes it possible through a seamless and safe charging experience. Customers will no longer have to worry about whether the car has charged or if their credit card data is secure. However, the EV industry must collaborate to achieve this vision.
This group of experts representing four major charge point operators serving public and fleet users discussed how the EV industry can achieve this collaborative goal and decarbonize transportation in North America.
CharIN Tuesday ASIA
Megawatt Charging for Electric & Hybrid Marine Vessels
(This event already took place in May)
Marine vessels are a major contributor to CO2 emissions.
When vessels enter Harbours, travel nearshore, along rivers or are berthed close to cities, they also generate a disproportionate amount of air pollutants.
To lower those emissions Electric & Hybrid Marine vessels are the way forward.
For E-Vessels to become a commercially viable solution for operators, Megawatt Charging & an advanced communication protocol are a pre-requisite. Those key ingredients can offer an efficient E-Mobility ecosystem that can be swiftly adopted in harbours anywhere in the world & for investments in E-vessels to take off.
We’ll therefore go into more detail on how the ISO 15118-20 charging standard combined with MCS can meet those requirements.
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