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PLANET ELECTRIC

The International Energy Agency predicts the number of electric cars in the world could be as high as 220 million units by 2030. All of them must be charged with renewable energy. Nordic EV Summit 2019 takes on a global perspective along the following four central themes:

Ramping up production
The world needs a wider range of EV models, a higher pace of delivery and a steady expansion of markets. Can the industry deliver without causing harm to people and nature? Are sustainable cars trapped in dirty energy, or will the automobile manufacturers become tomorrow’s changemakers?
Charging from pole to pole
Lack of home charging is a significant barrier that may delay the EV revolution. How can we serve both crowded cities and scattered small towns with the capacity, capability and access they’ll need? How can we supply clean energy when all cars, trucks, buses and boats go electric?
The Norwegian policy kit: can it be exported?
Norway is aiming for full electrification in sales within 2025, and the rest of the Nordics is joining the race. Can Norwegian EV policies be the recipe for the world? Can the world’s most successful political tools for the EV shift, become Norway’s most important export?
Barriers, carriers and consumer choice
Consumers actions, habits and principles are not easily changed. Still, it is the people’s demands that are the driving force in forming the future.  Who are today’s and tomorrow’s EV owners? What ideas will win their hearts and minds, and what’s in the way of getting them on board?

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Land

How can all cars, tractors, trucks and buses become zero emitters through batteries or fuel-cells?

Sea

Ships, ferries and boats: How fast will seaborne transport become electrified?

Air

Small electric airplanes are already on the wings. Can we continue flying without causing irreparable damage to life on earth?

Our Speakers

MEET SOME OF OUR SPEAKERS

Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann (DE)
EVELOZCITY
2019 SPEAKER: Former Opel CEO Karl-Thomas Neumann brings 25 years of automotive industry experience to EVELOZCITY. Prior to Opel, he held various leadership positions including CEO of Volkswagen Group China and CEO of Continental AG. Neumann is a longtime advocate and early pioneer of electric mobility and in 2009 he took over VW’s companywide responsibility for electric propulsion.

Neumann also worked as CTO and Board Member at Continental Automotive Systems, where he oversaw the acquisition of Siemens-VDO, making Continental the second-largest supplier of automotive electronics in Germany. He was then promoted to CEO in 2008.

Neumann has a passion for new transportation concepts – believing that traditional car makers will not be driving the change. He feels these new concepts will free major urban centers of traffic and pollution. He has a PhD focused in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the Technical University of Dortmund.

Jack H.T. Cheng (CHN)
NIO
2019 SPEAKER: Jack Cheng is Co-founder and Executive Vice President of NIO, and the Chief Executive Officer of XPT. As a pioneer in the automotive industry, his focus is to empower a joyful future and mobilise the world through affordable autonomous electric cars.

Jack graduated from Taiwan National Cheng Kung University where he received a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Prior to NIO and XPT, he was also the China Country Manager of Magneti Marelli and Chairman of Fiat Automobiles, Co. Ltd. His leadership on a global level began at Ford in 1981 where he started in components design engineering and later moved to product planning and product development.

Jack’s success can be attributed to his ability to create and foster international business and government relationships, while his instincts allow him to see what’s next and blaze the trail to get there. He believes that the next phase of the mobility and electric vehicle industry will be the greatest opportunity yet. The future is in smart, electric and autonomous vehicle and NIO and XPT are placing their bets in this market.

Colin McKerracher (UK)
Bloomberg New Energy Finance
2019 SPEAKER: Colin McKerracher manages coverage of the transport sector at Bloomberg New Energy Finance, the clean energy and carbon markets division of Bloomberg LP. Colin’s team covers the technology, policy and economic factors influencing the evolution of the transport sector. This includes electric vehicles, charging infrastructure, biofuels, fuel cell vehicles, connected cars and other new vehicle technologies.

Colin previously managed BNEF’s coverage of the global smart grid industry. He has over 10 years of experience in the clean energy sector and presents regularly at industry events. Colin’s past roles include Director of Sales and Marketing for Neurio, a smart grid technology company, and Business Development Manager for a Canadian biofuel company. Colin holds degrees from the London School of Economics and the Sauder School of Business at UBC. He is based in London, UK.

Ola Elvestuen (NO)
Minister of Climate and Environment, Norway
2018 SPEAKER: Ola Elvestuen. Elvestuen was recently appointed Minister of Energy and Climate in the new Solberg coalition Government. He represents the Liberal Party (Venstre) and was a member of the Norwegian Parliament representing Oslo constituency during the 2013-2017 term.

Elvestuen also served as a deputy representative to the Parliament of Norway from Oslo during the terms 2001–2005, 2005–2009 and 2009–2013. On the local level, Elvestuen was a member of Oslo city council, and served as city commissioner for public transport and environmental affairs from 2011 until his election to Parliament in 2013.

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Hyoungmi Kim (CHN)
NRDC
2018 SPEAKER: Hyoungmi Kim is Senior Policy Specialist on Energy Efficiency and Utilities. She works on policies, programs and technologies related to power and transportation sectors, in particular demand-side resources and electric vehicles.

Prior to joining NRDC, she worked with the Korea Energy Economics Institute and UNDP Tumen Secretariat (based in Beijing) working on regional energy cooperation and energy sector capacity building projects mainly for the Northeast Asian countries including China, DPRK, Mongolia, ROK and Russia.

Kim received a MPA/ID (Master in Public Administration/International Development) from John F. Kennedy School of Government of Harvard University, and a BA in Economics from University of Rochester.

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Dr. Stefan Niemand (DE)
AUDI AG
2018 SPEAKER: Dr. Stefan Niemand is AUDI AG’s Head of Electrification. Before joining the company in 2011, Niemand worked for consultant companies such as Horváth & Partner GmbH, Seidenschwarz & Comp. GmbH and Dr. Wieselhuber & Partner GmbH. A graduate from the University of Stuttgart, Niemand studied technical oriented business administration with a major in controlling and automotive engineering.
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Dr. Karl-Thomas Neumann (DE)
EVELOZCITY
Jack H.T. Cheng (CHN)
NIO
Colin McKerracher (UK)
Bloomberg New Energy Finance
Ola Elvestuen (NO)
Minister of Climate and Environment, Norway
Hyoungmi Kim (CHN)
NRDC
Dr. Stefan Niemand (DE)
AUDI AG

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Images from the 2018 event

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Time and place

Nordic EV Summit 2019 will be held in the EV capital Oslo on 21st to 22nd March 2019.

The conference will be held at the Clarion Hotel The Hub hotel, in the city centre of Oslo.

More information about venue, transportation and hotel rooms will be added soon.

Contact

Get in touch

Siri-May Sivertsen, Project leader
+47 952 04 260 | siri-may@tumedia.no

Terje Edvardsen, Program committee
+47 917 36 393 | program@nordicevs.no

Bjørn Stockman, Partners / sponsorship
+47 915 96 266 | bjorn.stockman@tumedia.no

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