The European Parliament and Council have set CO2 emission performance standards and regulations that incentivize zero-emission vehicles, by both automotive original equipment manufacturers and car owners. The technology in the electric vehicle industry has developed rapidly, meeting consumer expectations. However, the charging infrastructure for these vehicles is far from being ubiquitous. The energy industry needs to now step up to develop the necessary infrastructure to support electric vehicles and support the achievement of the EU CO2 emissions targets.
E-Mobility Charging Infrastructure 2019 conference will bring together senior-level experts and decision-makers responsible for E-Mobility, Innovation, Sustainability, R&D from leading European energy, automobile, and EV charging technology companies to discuss next steps and main challenges for e-charging infrastructure through peer-to-peer networking in an exclusive business-friendly environment.www.prosperoevents.com