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Electric Vehicle Energy Taskforce - From Proposals to Actions

This event will update delegates on plans for the next phase of the EV Energy Taskforce as it moves to action the agreed proposals in preparation for their implementation.

The Electric Vehicle (EV) Energy Taskforce was established in 2018 to make proposals to government and industry to bring together the auto and energy sectors to ensure that the GB energy system is able to accelerate the mass take-up of electric vehicles while also delivering benefits to the electricity system. The Taskforce's first phase was an unprecedented collaboration of more than 350 organisations including many household names and we are now moving into a new action and implementation phase that will be outlined and discussed in this event. 

The Taskforce made twenty-one key proposals for actions to be taken by government and industry to enable an effective and efficient electric mobility transition. The proposals were included in a report which was launched in January 2020.

The event will run from 2pm to 5pm and include presentations, a panel debate and interactive sessions with working group leaders. There will also be opportunities for interactive networking between delegates after the formal proceedings.

Schedule

· Stage
Welcome
by Philip New - Chief Executive, Energy Systems Catapult & Chair
· Stage
Keynote Address
by Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng, Minister for Business, Energy and Clean Growth, Dept for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
· Stage
The EV Energy Taskforce
by Philip New - Chief Executive, Energy Systems Catapult & Chair
· Stage
The evolving EV Energy Landscape - EV market developments
by David Wong, Technology & Innovation Manager, Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT)
David Wong
· Stage
The evolving EV Energy Landscape - Consumer Experience
by Gill Nowell, Board member, Electric Vehicle Association England
Gill Nowell
· Stage
The evolving EV Energy Landscape - Developing Standards in EV energy market
by Sebastiaan Van Dort, Associate Director and Head of Energy, BSI
Seb van Dort
· Stage
The evolving EV Energy Landscape - Developments in network data
by Randolph Brazier, Energy Network Association
Randolph Brazier
· Stage
Net Zero transport the Government and Regulatory perspective - The Government Perspective
by Paul Van Heyningen, Deputy Director, EV & Net Zero Electricity Networks, BEIS
Paul van Heyningen
· Stage
Net Zero transport the Government and Regulatory perspective - Ofgem’s EV Strategy
by Neil Kenward, Director for Strategy and Decarbonisation, Ofgem
· Stage
Delivering the EV Energy Taskforce proposals - Panel Debate chaired by Andy Eastlake, LowCVP
Charge Point Operators by Nina Skorupska, Chief Executive, Association for Renewable Energy & Clean Technology
· Stage
Delivering the EV Energy Taskforce proposals - Panel Debate chaired by Andy Eastlake, LowCVP
Preparing for Smart Charging with Howard Porter, Chief Executive, BEAMA
· Stage
Delivering the EV Energy Taskforce proposals - Panel Debate chaired by Andy Eastlake, LowCVP
Protecting Consumers with Dhara Vyas, Head of Future Energy Services, Citizens Advice
· Stage
Delivering the EV Energy Taskforce proposals - Panel Debate chaired by Andy Eastlake, LowCVP
Bringing EVs to market with Peter Stephens, Head of UK External & Government Affairs, Nissan
Peter Stephens
· Stage
EV Energy Taskforce priorities
by Thalia Skoufa, Transport Practice Manager, Energy Systems Catapult
Thalia Skoufa
· Sessions
Smart Charging & Cyber Security
Discussion with John Parsons, Director Digital, BEAMA & David Wong, SMMT
John Parsons
· Sessions
Data Accessibility & Privacy
With Teodora Kaneva - Tech UK, Randolph Brazier - Energy Networks Association & Richard Dobson - Energy Systems Catapult
Randolph Brazier
· Sessions
Consumer Experience
With Rajni Nair, Senior Policy Researcher, Citizens Advice, Joseph Cosier, Policy Manager, Energy UK & Stephen O’Neil, Behavioural Science Analyst, Ofgem
· Sessions
Planning Energy & Transport
Discussion with Richard Halsey, Director of Capabilities, Energy Systems Catapult & Jonathan Bray, Director, Urban Transport Group
· Stage
Next steps & how to get involved
by Jonathan Murray, Policy & Operations Director, LowCVP
(Host) Jonathan Murray
· Stage
Conclusion
by Philip New - Chief Executive, Energy Systems Catapult & Chair
· Networking
Networking
· Expo
Expo Booths

Speakers

jonathan bray

Director, Urban Transport Group

Dhara Vyas

Head of Future Energy Services, Citizens Advice

Andy Eastlake

Managing Director, Low Carbon Vehicle Partnership – Deputy Chair of EV Energy Taskforce

Rt Hon Kwasi Kwarteng MP

Minister for Business, Energy and Clean Growth, Dept for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy

Philip New

Chief Executive, Energy Systems Catapult – Chair of EV Energy Taskforce

Stephen O'Neill

Behavioural Science Analyst, Ofgem

Seb van Dort

Associate Director and Head of Energy, BSI

(Host) Jonathan Murray

Policy & Operations Director, LowCVP

Teodora Kaneva

Programme Manager, Smart Energy and Utilities

John Parsons

Director Digital, BEAMA

Rajni Nair

Senior Policy Researcher, Citizens Advice

Richard Halsey

Energy Systems Catapult

Thalia Skoufa

Transport Practice Manager, Energy Systems Catapult

Peter Stephens

Head of UK External & Government Affairs, Nissan

Paul van Heyningen

Deputy Director, EV & Net Zero Electricity Networks, Dept for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy

Randolph Brazier

Head of Innovation & Development, Energy Networks Association

Gill Nowell

Electric Vehicle Association England

David Wong

Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT)

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