The EV Experience Conference: envisioning the consumer experience of EVs in 2025
Bringing together a range of senior stakeholders from the automotive, EV charging, fleet, payments, vehicle sales, and renewables industries, this year’s EV Experience Conference will convene industry and policymakers to envision the desired consumer experience of electric vehicles in 2025.
This event will reflect on market and policy developments over the past year, and then analyse the key forthcoming challenges and opportunities available for market participants.
The intention of the conference is to allow delegates not only to deliberate but to help develop consensus on how they wish the market to look in the mid 2020s.
Key themes for the 2019 event include interoperability/e-roaming, infrastructure deployment, policy, and vehicle deployment.
Stephen Latham, NFDA Head of Operations, will speak about the move from early adopters to the mass market. He will address, specifically, how customers at franchised dealerships engage with the idea of buying an electric vehicle over an Internal Combustion Engine, how this is changing, as well as about NFDA’s EVA (Electric Vehicle Approved) scheme for certifying retail EV retail excellence.
This is a paid-for event put on by the not-for-profit Renewable Energy Association for participants in the UK and Europe's electric vehicle market.
Date: Tuesday 2 July 2019
Location: CMS London, 78 Cannon St, London EC4N 6AF
Time: Full day, 9:30am to 5:00pm with lunch and coffees/teas provided followed by a networking reception
Sponsorship: Opportunities are available to sponsor each panel discussion and to exhibit at lunch, contact email@example.com
Expected attendees: Up to 120
Confirmed conference supporters: NFDA, LowCVP
- Members of one of the Conference Supporters: £200 + VAT
- REA members: £150 + VAT
- Non-member: £300 + VAT
NFDA members can benefit from the Conference Supporters discounted rate
For more details and to book your place, please visit: https://www.r-e-a.net/events/rea-event-ev-experience-conference