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E-MOBILITY FORUM 2021

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THE DIPLOMAT-BUCHAREST, together with AUTOMOTIVE TODAY, the integrated media platform dedicated exclusively to the automotive industry in Romania, organize the 2nd edition of E-MOBILITY FORUM, a hybrid event to take place on  October 7th   at InterContinental Hotel Bucharest, Fortuna hall.  

The event benefits from the support of: Diamond Partner: Wipro, Gold Partners: Engie, Siemens, Ford, ABB, Kaufland, Electrica Furnizare, Phoenix Contact, Adrem, Partners Hidroelectrica, BorgWarner, PwC, Tinmar, H.appyCities, Wave, Inform Lykos, Enel X, with the support of: AHK, CCIFER, BRCC, ACAROM, ACUE, ARPEE, Romanian Association for Smart Cities, High Innovative Mind, and Media Partners: Automotive Today, Outsourcing Today, Financial Intelligence, Economistul, Romania Durabila, Club Economic, Bursa and Energynomics.

Registration link: https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_v63uW7bHTuuwFOMyUicubA

The event main goal is to address the entire E-Mobility Community by bringing together the automotive industry representatives, the power suppliers and the developers of charging stations manufacturers.

THE ELECTRIC MOBILITY FORUM: The intersection of technology innovations such as electrification, connectivity, and automation with new consumption trends such as shared mobility and the climate emergency are fundamentally changing the way people and goods are moving.  The FORUM aims at highlighting the main developments of e-mobility projects in Romania in 2021.

E-MOBILITY | SAFETY | SHARED MOBILITY | MICROMOBILITY | CONNECTED | SMART GRID

SMART CITY | USER-ORIENTED

EVENT AGENDA

8:30 - 9:00          Registration and Welcome Coffee

09:00 - 09:10   OFFICIAL OPENING E-MOBILITY FORUM AND EXPO

9:10 - 11:00       PANEL I  DECISION MAKERS LOOKING FOR ACHIEVING THE EUROPEAN BEST PRACTICES. FIRST PRIORITY: URBAN SAFETY & FUNCTIONALITY

European Union’s (EU) long-term objective of achieving a competitive low carbon economy is mainly based on enabling environmentally sustainable investments, particularly in terms of transition to electric vehicles, and developing smart electricity networks, while promoting renewable energy use. Transport is one of the main sector responsible for EU’s emissions; diffusion of Electric Vehicles (EVs) could allow immense reduction. Therefore, since the announcement of 2050 Roadmap in 2009, there has been a great increase in studies exploring the viability of transition to e-mobility in a Europe-wide context, identifying common factors and variables.

  • Policy frameworks and decision-making on charging infrastructure development
  • Local challenges and evolution in enabling the e-mobility infrastructure
  • Partnerships and main actors collaborating for further developments
  • Initiatives and implementations towards urban safety and functionality

 

PANELISTS

CORINA POPESCU, CEO, Electrica

DANA VOICU, Personal Adviser to Deputy Minister, Ministry of  Transport and Infrastructure

CRISTIAN PRICHEA, Managing Director, Ford Romania NSC

FRANK HAJDINJAK, Chief Strategy and Transformational Officer, Adrem

LOREDANA MARILENA SAMOILA, PR Manager, Communication department, Kaufland Romania

EDUARD DUMITRASCU,  President of The Romanian Smart City Association (ARSC)

DANIEL ANGHEL, Tax and Legal Services Leader PwC Romania | Head of Indirect Taxes PwC CEE

RADU PUCHIU,  Co-founder la H.appyCities, EVENT MODERATOR

11:00 - 11:30      Coffee break & Networking

11:30 - 14:00      PANEL II   E-MOBILITY & SMART GRID: CONNECTED, FUNCTIONING, USER-ORIENTED

The e-mobility: clean and environmentally friendly transport using electric vehicles–is based on an innovative, climate friendly technology with big growth potential within a unified and coherent smart grid infrastructure. For this dynamic sector, standards and interoperability are becoming increasingly important as they provide a predictable framework that gives innovators confidence to bring their products to market.

  • Addressing the different needs for charging infrastructure
  • Large-scale deployment of public charging infrastructure: Identifying possible next steps forward
  • Examples of barriers, motivators and evolutions in Romania

 

PANELISTS

MIHAI BOLDIJAR, General Manager, Bosch Representative Romania& Bulgaria

VASILE CRISTEA, Head of Business Unit  Distribution Systems, Siemens Romania

OCTAV ANDREI BACIU, Innovation & Partnerships Projects Coordinator, Engie Romania

RAZVAN ENCICA, Managing Director, PHOENIX CONTACT 

VLAD GHEORGHE,  Principal, Horváth

CATALIN STRATULAT, Engineering Head Europe, Engineering and R&D, Wipro

CONSTANTIN ICHIMOAEI- Director Executiv ABB Romania

MIHAI MARDARE, Head of e-Mobility Romania, Enel X

14:00 - 15:00     Networking Lunch

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EVENT WEBSITE

https://emobility-forum.thediplomat.ro/

 

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