The role of transport in the energy system

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The role of transport in the energy system

22 May 2018
Network Theatre
Networks

EVs have reached the tipping point.  With all new petrol and diesel vehicles banned from 2040, 50 per cent of cars sold in the UK will be electric vehicles by 2026, government predicts. Against this backdrop of transformational change, how will vehicles be fuelled? How will the market evolve and what innovation, investment and infrastructure will be required to support the development of sustainable transport? This session will explore these challenges, and assess the opportunities EVs create for the management of a smart, flexible energy system.

Chair: Steve Carroll, Head of Transport, Cenex 

The outlook for low carbon transport
Steve Carroll, Head of Transport, Cenex 

Case study: Electric Nation
Mike Potter, Managing Director, Drive Electric

Gas for fuel
Mike Foster, Chief Executive, Energy and Utilities Alliance 

Routes to scaling EV charging infrastructure
Laura Morris, Opportunity Manager, National Grid Ventures

Chairperson
Steve Carroll, Head of transport - Cenex
Speakers
Laura Morris, Opportunity manager - National Grid Ventures
Mike Foster, Chief executive - Energy and Utilities Alliance
Mike Potter, Managing director - DriveElectric
Steve Carroll, Head of transport - Cenex