CharIN Tuesday
- Brazil

March 26th, 2024
01:30 pm – 03:00 pm (CET) | 09:30 – 11:00 (BRT)

Get ready for another electrifying CharIN Tuesday LATAM, and this time, we are zooming into the heart of the vibrant Brazilian electromobility scene.

We are bringing you an exclusive online event that dives deep into the current state and future potential of electric vehicles in Brazil.

 In collaboration with

In collaboration with

ABVE (Associação Brasileira do Veículo Elétrico)

Join us as a top expert from ABVE (Associação Brasileira do Veículo Elétrico) shares invaluable insights into the dynamic landscape of the Brazilian electromobility market.

Explore the game-changing features and benefits of CCS (Combined Charging System) and MCS (Megawatt Charging System) chargers.

Learn how these technologies are shaping the future of charging infrastructure and what they mean for EV drivers.

Discover how interoperability is the key to accelerating the development of electromobility. We’ll discuss how a seamless, interconnected charging network enhances the overall user experience and propels us into a new era of sustainable transportation.

CharIN, as a leading organization in standardization, takes pride in its pivotal role in shaping the right path towards standardization in Brazil. By establishing common standards and fostering collaboration, we aim to create an environment that promotes interoperability and facilitates the growth of the EV industry.

Mark your calendars and join us for CharIN Tuesday LATAM - Brazil, where knowledge meets innovation, and together we pave the way towards a greener, more sustainable future.

The event will be conducted in Portuguese.


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01:30 pm - 03:00 pm

Increasing e-mobility uptake: the consumer and industry perspectives

Opening words and agenda introduction

01:30 pm

Tatiana Araujo

Tatiana Araujo
CharIN e. V.

Michael Keller

Michael Keller
CharIN e. V., Board Member

E-mobility in Brazil: Towards market expansion, policies and technologies in Brazil

01:40 pm

Rafael Augusto

Rafael Augusto

E-mobility in consumers perspective

01:55 pm

Clemente Gauer

Clemente Gauer
Tupinambá Energia / ABRAVEI

Regulatory and interoperability tests in Brazil: why and how to prepare

02:10 pm

Rodrigo Vicentini

Rodrigo Vicentini
Keysight / ABVE

Empowering the next level of e-mobility | The role of CharIN

02:25 pm

Tatiana Araujo

Tatiana Araujo
CharIN e.V.

Questions to the participants

02:40 pm

Panel: Final words

02:55 pm

Download Agenda (pdf)
Rodrigo Vicentini

Director of the Components Group and member of the Board of Directors of ABVE.

Coordinator of the ABVE/ABNT Working Group on Power Plant Safety and Interconnectivity.

Engineering Manager for Latin America at Keysight Technologies since 2015.


Since 2005, he has worked on various test and measurement projects in 5G/6G mobile technologies, stress testing, network security and visibility, radio frequency and high speed technologies.

Recently, he has been dedicated to vehicle electrification technologies, autonomous driving and V2X communications, with direct normative work with ABNT and Anatel in Brazil, in addition to CharIn and CHAdeMO internationally.

Tatiana Araujo

Tatiana Araujo is a sustainability expert with approximately 20 years of professional experience.

She holds the position of Managing Director Brazil at CharIN and is also involved in consultancy, lectures, and training in sustainability.


She assists companies in developing their business strategies, particularly in ESG, GRI, SDGs, and Circular Economy agendas.

In Brazil, she acts as a consultant to the UN Global Compact and represents Brazilian civil society on the Global Reporting Initiative Stakeholders Council in the Netherlands.

Previously, Tatiana has worked with the Brazilian Business Council for Sustainable Development (CEBDS) and major consulting firms such as Deloitte and Bureau Veritas. She has contributed to the Advisory Board of B-Community Rio, within the B Corp system, as well as the Advisory Board of GRI in Brazil.

Clemente Gauer

Clemente Gauer, currently in the position of Corporate Affairs at Tupinambá Energia, has a rich professional career of more than 29 years in the high technology sector, including a notable stint at Apple.


His expertise extends to more than 8 years in the field of electric mobility, where he plays a crucial role in the promotion and development of this sector.

In addition to his direct contribution to Tupinambá Energia, Gauer also has a significant impact on electric mobility as director of ABRAVEI (Brazilian Association of Owners of Innovative Electric Vehicles) and alternate of ABVE (Brazilian Association of Electric Vehicles), positions that underscore his commitment to innovation and sustainability in transportation.

Rafael Augusto

Presently, he is a member of the Fundep team, where he focuses on identifying and seizing opportunities for advancing R&D projects and fostering Open Innovation initiatives.

His primary areas of interest lie within energy transition, decarbonization, electric mobility, and emerging energy sources.


Drawing from his experiences at the Quality and Innovation Technology Center at UFMG and the Innovation Management Laboratory at USP, he has played a key role in establishing innovation frameworks aimed at systematically generating innovative projects. During his doctoral studies, he delved into understanding how organizational innovation structures contribute to the emergence of radical and transformative innovations within global companies.

In addition to his academic pursuits, he has collaborated closely with large corporations, assisting them in structuring venture capital funds, implementing agile methodologies, and developing innovative projects. His academic credentials include a doctorate and master's degree in Innovation Management, along with a bachelor's degree in Economics, all attained from UFMG and USP.

Event contact

Daniela Soler

Technical Project Manager

Felina Kallbach

Project Manager