The 2018 Event

Over 200 attendees from over 13 different countries flocked to London for Europe’s only Electric Vehicle Infrastructure Summit in July 2018.

As one of the major growth markets in the energy transformation, EVs have the potential to change the face of the power market and transportation and the summit gathered together large energy buyers from across Europe to see how they could build out their own EV charging networks. Attendees from Transport for London, Transport for Manchester, Movia, Ikea, Welcome Break, Shell and local authorities including Cambridgeshire, Cornwall, North Somerset, Nottingham, and Portsmouth joined us.

98% of the attendees rated the overall event as exceptional, very good or good

Getting Involved in 2019

Speaking

Everything EV is currently recruiting for speakers for the 2019 programme. We are looking for expert speakers from fleet owners & operators, transport authorities & large energy buyers companies to present, moderate, chair or be part of a panel to help carve the high-level content we saw at the 2018 event.

If this sounds like something you would be interested in, please get in touch with our production team today!

Sponsoring

Sponsoring Everything EV will give you direct access to your target market from the moment you come on board, with regular marketing to an audience of over 9,000 industry professionals as well as on-the-day and post-event branding. The most engaging tool in the digital age is face-to-face.

Get involved early to maximise your marketing!

Attending

At the 2018 event, we saw over 200 industry professionals join us for 2 days of unmissable discussions, debates and networking, including Shell, BP, Chargemaster, a number of local authorities, OFGEM, TFL and many more.

We are currently running a number of special offers on the 2019 Everything EV tickets. Book early to save!

News & Blogs

Electric vehicle charging market ‘unlikely to deliver’ alone claims National Grid

​The electric vehicle (EV) charging market is “unlikely to deliver” the charging infrastructure needed in the UK to accommodate predicted take-up, according to National Grid’s strategy and corporate development lead for EVs.

Chargemaster to triple manufacturing following £130 million BP deal

​The £130 million purchase of Chargemaster by BP will see the company “enhance and accelerate” its deployment programme and triple its manufacturing capabilities over the next 12-18 months, according to the company’s director of strategy.

BP to purchase Chargemaster in major EV charging infrastructure deal

BP is to snap up Chargemaster, the UK’s largest electric vehicle charging company, in a deal that it said would advance the transition to electric transport.

Smart charging could deliver EVs a decade earlier at lower cost to consumers claims WWF report

​Smart charging of electric vehicles could cut the cost of integration into the UK power system by £1.6 billion compared to standard charging, according to a new report that also found running an EV could be ten times cheaper than a conventional car.

Address emerging clean tech or risk impeding energy transition, regulators warned

Energy regulators must address the rise of bundled distributed generation technologies, EV charging infrastructure and cyber security or risk impeding the clean energy transition, a new report from the Council of European Energy Regulators has said.

Breaking the mould: Pivot Power’s new approach to batteries and rapid EV chargers

Pivot Power grabbed headlines last week after revealing it was to deploy 45 large scale batteries on the transmission system alongside rapid electric vehicle chargers. Directors Matt Allen and Michael Clark explain how their model offers something new to UK energy infrastructure.

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