Meet ElaadNL at EVS30 in StuttgartGeplaatst op: 6 oktober 2017
From 9 to 11 October 2017, the 30th edition of the Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition (EVS30) will be held in Stuttgart. With over 160 lectures, about 300 posters and speakers from 45 countries, it is the world's largest conference on electrical transport and the leading exhibition for parties active in e-mobility. ElaadNL is of course also on the spot and actively involved in the event.
You can meet us at the Holland Lounge, an initiative of the Province of North Brabant, the Ministries of Infrastructure and Environment and Economic Affairs / Rijksdienst voor Ondernemend Nederland (RVO), where the Dutch e-mobility sector is presenting itself.
This year, the central theme is "Industrialization and market - the sustainable path to electromobility". In the Holland Lounge you can see our Smart Charging showcases and meet our experts. The Holland Lounge can be found in hall 2 opposite the state of Germany / Baden-Württemberg.
ElaadNL gives various lecture presentations. The papers that form the basis of this can be downloaded from the links below.
• ‘Building a Smart Charging ecosystem in Amsterdam’ by Frank Geerts
• ‘Tax barriers and Smart Charging’ by Baerte de Brey
• ‘Smart solar charging - AC (Vehicle-to-Grid) in the Netherlands’ by Bram van Eijsden
• ‘EV related protocol study’ by Arjan Wargers
• ‘Modelling the total cost of ownership of electric vehicles in the Netherland’ by Auke Hoekstra
You can of course also attend one of the 'dialogue sessions' which offer a unique platform for in-depth discussions between with our specialists. In these sessions, our experts present their previously submitted papers through illustrative posters. You can download the papers via the links below.
• ‘The need for cybersecurity within the electric vehicle infrastructure’ by Harm van den Brink
• ‘Testing and certification of EVs and charging infra’ by Thijs van Wijk
• ‘Public wireless charging in the City of Rotterdam’ by Bram van Eijsden
• ‘Living Lab Smart Charging’ by Harm-Jan Idema
• ‘Designing a transparent smart charge point’ by Thijs Turèl
• ‘Agent-based model for the adoption and impact of electric vehicles in Dutch neighborhoods’ by Auke Hoekstra