CharIN Tuesday EUROPE Triplet
After the sounding success of the CharIN Tuesday EUROPE triplet in springtime this year, we plan another triplet of EU-focused CharIN Tuesdays for fall.
Once per month, Glenn Cezanne, the CharIN voice in Brussels, will invite experts from industry and politics to tackle the following topics:
- Oct 18, 2022: Regulatory Birdseye - A holistic view on the relevant EU dossiers‘ status for e-mobility
- Nov 08, 2022: E-Mobility across the EU – A Union, how divided?
- Dec 13, 2022: Heavy Duty Vehicles (HDV) – The driver for e-mobility
EU-focused CharIN Tuesdays continue after the summer with a once-a-month triplet starting on 18 October.
The first theme to be discussed will focus on an EU Regulatory Birdseye for eMobility, whereby Since the current European Commission took power, a wave of emobility relevant initiatives have been published; also, beyond the Fitfor55 Package. This includes, the EPBD, AFIR, Grid-Codes, RED II, TEN-T, etc. The idea is to give a thorough understanding to the audience of the various regulatory elements that in essence have to work together to provide a flawless roll-out of infrastructure and vehicle uptake.
The second CharIN Tuesday of 8 November will take consider how (1) divided the EU remains to be in emobility uptake, (2) how this can be further changed, (3) what progress there has been to date, and (4) what can be done from a regulatory perspective.
The third Tuesday on 13 December will highlight the importance of HDVs as a driver for emobility across Europe. Speakers include industry, Council of the EU and the European Commission.
CharIN Tuesday ASIA: "Megawatt Charging for Electric & Hybrid Marine Vessels"
May 31, 2022 | 10:30 am - 12:00 pm (CET)
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 eco-system 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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