With a global adoption of hybrid and fully electric vehicles, where will the increased demand for energy come from? Most major European countries, North America, and Asia are still heavily reliant on non-renewable sources. Combine this with the process of mining lithium: how do we ensure that electric vehicles contribute to lowering global emissions and not simply shifting them elsewhere?
In this stream, we will discuss the infrastructure requirements needed to service the demand. How will the energy companies and the fuel giants adapt to meet the rise in EV use? Charging technologies will need to advance quickly, speed and efficiency being key drivers, and become available for widespread use. We will explore the development of wireless charging technology and roads that will generate electricity to provide circular renewable energy for the future of mobility.
Alternative and renewable energy sources, including fuels, hydrogen cells, and carbon-neutral technologies, will also be presented and discussed.
A collection of speakers from energy and fuel companies, automotive manufacturers, and leading consultants will present solutions to tackle the increasing transport energy demand.