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EV Summit to take place virtually in December

The EV Summit will return for the third consecutive year on December 15-16, in a new virtual format.

A line-up of high-level speakers, from car manufacturers, charging infrastructure companies, the investment community, and Government, will discuss how to propel the electric vehicle industry forward, as the UK prepares for a ban on sales of new petrol and diesel cars from 2030.

Presented by the World Resources Institute’s Erika Myers; Dr Shelley Francis, Emobility consultant; and Mairi Brookes, director of Purpose Built Consulting and former Sustainable City manager Oxford City Council, the CEO led event, known as the ‘Davos for emobility’, will feature global industry leaders from BMW, Ernst & Young, E.ON, EDF, SSEN, ALD Automotive, BCLP, and Groupe PSA, among many others. 

Event founder Ade Thomas said: “The success of the EV Summit has been defined by its process of pre-arranged meetings, called Managed Introductions, and by its dynamic approach to speaker time, freeing up time for change-making meetings. This approach will serve us well for the online edition. Green.TV is a native digital publisher, so being online is our natural territory.”

A custom platform has been built to host the event, by Green.TV. The panels will be free to view via a live stream onto the platform. In addition, it offers paid access to the Managed Introductions meeting tool featuring more than 6,000 global eMobility professionals.

Going online is expected to make the EV Summit bigger and more impactful than ever before, with a global reach and opportunity to connect partners to drive forward the transition to electric.

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