2024 Side Events

We are delighted to offer four incredibly insightful Side Events at this year's EV SUMMIT.

With a focus on LEVI funding and the roll out of greater charging infrastructure, all our Side Events will bring together leading stakeholders from across the industry to unpack the positives and negatives of existing public charging frameworks.

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DAY ONE

Side Event | CENEX  
10.40 – 11.10

What’s next for residential EV charging?

As the election dust settles, all eyes in the EV Infrastructure (EVI) world will turn once again to the delivery of EVI to support the nation’s transition to decarbonised transport.  Project Rapid and the Local EV Infrastructure Fund has been billed as the ‘last big’ public intervention in the on-street, near-home, low-powered arena.  But what will these projects deliver and over what timescales?  And then - will that be it – done and dusted – and over to the private sector to install, commission and operate?  Or will there still be need for public and/or private investment?  This side-event will explore whether further action will be needed and what, where, how and when.

In partnership with

DAY ONE

Side Event | Energy Saving Trust  
14.50 – 15.20

What’s on your plate? Hot topics for the public sector.

The Energy Saving Trust will open the floor for delegates to discuss the critical challenges in public sector EV infrastructure, including EV charging support for local authorities, addressing accessibility challenges in EV charging, and managing and optimising public sector EV fleets. Join us for valuable insights and practical solutions.

In partnership with

DAY TWO

Side Event | Oxford City Council  
10.40 – 11.10

The changing face of procurement for LEVI

Oxford City Council presents an overview of the new procurement rules for suppliers and local authorities for LEVI and other EV procurement. A Q&A with local authorities, central government and charge point operator representatives will follow in the afternoon session.

In partnership with

DAY TWO

Side Event | Oxford City Council  
14.50 – 15.20  

The changing face of procurement for LEVI – Q&A

A Q&A which follows the morning session, providing delegates with an opportunity to ask questions about LEVI funding to local authorities, central government and charge point operator representatives.

In partnership with

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