The rise of electric vehicles presents huge challenges and opportunities with as many as 30 million electric vehicles expected on the road by 2030. From generation, to storage, demand-response, energy management and flexibility, the disruptive and growing asset will impact the whole value chain.
How do we support widespread adoption as we head towards a more sustainable and low-carbon future?
With distribution networks facing changing demand dynamics, ensuring flexible energy management and energy storage is key. There is also a cultural challenge to incentivise new types of behaviour as the evolution from consumer > prosumer continues.
With the trend for superfast charging, charging mechanisms will need to evolve alongside innovative storage solutions. This webinar invites a deeper dive into these innovations and looks at how electric vehicles can play a role in solving the energy storage challenge and delivering energy efficiency.
You can expect to learn about:
- Delivering grid flexibility and energy efficiency through electric vehicles
- How can storage and charging solutions alleviate constraints DNOs will face?
- The impact of bi-directional charging and the Vehicle to everything (V2X) future
- Aligning smart-cities with EV adoption to create energy efficiency
This year's European Utility Week agenda has a dedicated programme to the evolving emobility space - to learn more and register your place click here.