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About the Electric Vehicle Summit 2021
The growth of the electric vehicle market continues to play a pivotal role in the decarbonisation of the transport sector and in achieving the government’s plan to get to 1 million electric cars by 2030.
Following a turbulent 2020 where we saw car sales across the board drop in Ireland, we now see EV demand bounce back and continue to soar in 2021. In fact Ireland is said to be on track to soon achieve the number of EV sales in 2021 that were achieved in the whole of 2020.
We are also witnessing a seismic consumer behaviour shift, as the more health and environmentally conscious consumer emerges from the pandemic with more disposable income, the industry needs to be ready to deliver EV products and services at scale. Both effective policy and investment in charging infrastructure remain critical steps in supporting this demand and given the aggressive targets set for 2030, it is imperative that the development of policy and the infrastructure ecosystem in Ireland precedes the growing EV demand.
But how do we get there?
The Electric Vehicles Summit 2021, is the annual premier industry forum to discuss and learn about the latest in policy, innovation and technology that will drive market adoption and eMobility.
Join us virtually in 2021 to make the most of the opportunities presented by EV’s, strengthen your business model, create partnerships and foster stakeholder collaboration to facilitate further adoption into the market.
This event is designed for everyone in Ireland’s electrical car space. Attendees will include:
- Regulatory and government agencies
- Infrastructure providers
- Planning specialists
- Local authorities/ Smart City leads
- Vehicle manufacturers and distributors (OEMs)
- Automotive suppliers
- Public transport operators
- Fleet owners and managers
- Freight and logistics operators
- Environmental bodies
- Construction/Civil engineering firms
- Utility companies (Fuel or Energy Suppliers)
- Banks, finance and investment firms
- Service providers
- Law firms and academia
- How are we tracking toward 2030?
- Update on the Irish legislation, tax and policy landscape
- The latest grants and incentives for companies to commit to EV
- How industry and government are working together to achieve the 2030 target – what more can be done?
- How charging infrastructure is progressing in rural and urban Ireland
- Understanding the barriers to entry for the new EV consumer
- How to communicate EV benefits to the consumer
- Trends and market data on residual values
- The latest innovations from OEMs and EV only manufacturers
- Practical case studies on approaches to electrifying fleet
- Domestic market and international smart city EV spotlights
Maynooth University * Sustainable Automotive Electrification * Fuels for Ireland * Honda Ltd * Hyundai Cars Ireland * Lexus Ireland * McLaren Automotive Ltd * Nissan Ireland * Peugeot * Renault Group Ireland * Universal Honda Ltd * Volkswagen Group Ireland * Norwegian EV Association * The Electricity Association of Ireland (EAI) * Europcar * Zip Car * LeasePlan Ireland * CarPlug.ie * EV Ready & Mulhare Electrical * Randridge International * ubitricity * Wallbox Chargers * Zap Map * GlenEv Technology Ltd * Carra Group * Darkin Ev * ePower * EV Energy * Frontier Economics * Gemserv * OCAE Consultants * Urban Foresight * Blueprint Consulting * McConnon Consulting * Reverve Energy * Arup * Element Energy * Dublin EV Owners Club * Irish EV Owners Association * AIB Group * Belfast City Council * Birmingham City Council * Coventry City Council * Dublin City Council * Fingal County Council * Longford County Council * Louth County Council * Smart Dublin * Harris Automotive Distributors * Johnson & Perrott Motor Dealerships * MMC Commercials * Premier Auto Trade * Sweep Auto Limited * NIE Networks * EPS Group * GMC Utilities Group Limited * ESB ecars * Bord Gais Energy * Electric Ireland * Energia Group * SSE Airtricity Utility Solutions * SSE Enterprise * Statkraft * Electrifi * Maxus * EVE – The Electric Vehicle Ecosystem * Department for Infrastructure (Northern Ireland) * Department for International Trade, British Embassy Dublin * Department of Communications Climate Action and Environment * Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport * EPA * National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) * National Transport Authority * Office of Government Procurement * Sustainable Energy Authority of Ireland (SEAI) * TfL (Transport for London) * Transport Infrastructure Ireland * An Post Commerce * DPD Ireland * EIR * iAccess Corp * Superior Express Ltd * Applegreen * Casey’s Circle K, Roscommon * Circle K Ireland * Maxol * O’Briens Service Station * Eurogarages * TSG Ireland * Griffin Hotel Group * EVinsurance.ie * Liberty Insurance * Lombard * Power Insurances & EV Insurance * CSL * Topcon Positioning Ireland * Blacknight Internet Solutions Ltd * Truway * CWSI * OmniSys Limited * ALD Automotive * Bloomberg * AutomotiveTEAM * Navigate | Partners * Changing Lanes * Irish EVs * Motorsport.ie * Q-Park Ireland * Payzone Ireland * Diesel Card Ireland * Range Therapy * DRÄXLMAIER Group * Fuso Ireland * Bus Eireann * ELVES * Enva * Cycle Superstore * Siemens * Microsoft * Virgin Media * Ardmel Holdings * Baronbrook Ltd * Clawinch Forestry * Emoto * Hitabie Ltd.
The Virtual Summit Experience
To adapt to the current environment and the growing demand for delegates to enjoy the conference experience in an online manner, The Electric Vehicle Summit 2020 will come to you as a first of its kind virtual event.
While our delegates will join in from the comfort of their homes and offices across Ireland and around the world, the event itself will be broadcast live from our dedicated studio in Dublin. Many of our speakers and panellists will appear live on stage, while our international keynotes and participants will be video-conferenced in to join the conversation.
Delegates will have the opportunity to step into the unique virtual summit environment, which includes access to the main virtual conference stage for the full day, live speaker & panel Q&A sessions, a virtual exhibition hall, copies of presentations & content post-event, as well as the opportunity to network, connect and chat with fellow online attendees, speakers and partners in real time.
Virtual attendance will be easily facilitated by our specially customised conferencing platform and dedicated AV team.
Benefits of virtual attendance include:
- Access to Virtual Main Stage for all keynotes, presentations and debates
- Video content of the latest EVs technology
- Opportunities to meet 100’s of attendees virtually, and set up meetings and conversations
- Online virtual exhibition hall
- Meet the industry using our matchmaking and profiling facilities
- Copy of attendee list post-event
- Copy of all presentations post-event
Read below to see what some of our past attendees have to say about us:
“Very interesting, liked the format, in particular the interaction with the big players involved, gave the summit credibility”
“Good venue, no issues, a well organised event”
“MC was excellent, floor participation was handled well and exhibits were A1!”
“It was important that we heard the industry view on the first year of electric cars and the hopes for the future”
“Overall an excellent collection of individuals who are operating in the same industry”
Our Tickets and Pricing
Single tickets and multi-ticket bundles available
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