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What is the Nordic EV Summit?

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Nordic EV Summit 2021

Welcome to Nordic EV Summit in Oslo, 10th – 11th November this year.

The Nordic EV Summit is highly renowned as one of the most important venues for the EV industry in Europe. We gather decision-makers from policy, industry, research and organizations, to connect and discuss how to electrify the transport sector as fast as possible. It is an international conference with participants from all over the world, where you will meet key actors involved in the rapidly growing EV community.

Here you will experience how electrification of the transport sector is a success story for Norway and the rest of the Nordic region. You will meet leading car manufacturers, hear their experience with electrification and plans for the future. You will meet policymakers, discuss EV policies for Europe, and learn from global best practises. Additionally, you will learn about the newest technologies in battery production, charging and much more at our conference and exhibition.

The two-day conference will provide Plenary sessions, Keynote speeches, Workshops and Exhibitions. In 2019, more than 950 delegates from 40 countries attended the conference, and we expect nothing less in 2021!

Key figures from 2019, our biggest event to date

About Nordic EV Summit 2019

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We are excited to welcome participants from all over the world to attend the 4th annual Nordic EV Summit and Expo of Electric Vehicles in Oslo, Norway.

About the organisers

The event is co-hosted our partners:

The Norwegian EV Association, organising over 75,000 members.

Norwat Trade Fairs, Norway’s largest exhibition and congress centre is an international arena for exhibitions, congresses and events, and as a meeting place for local activities.

About the Norwegian EV Market

When choosing this conference, you also get to visit a truly unique EV nation:

In 2020 more than half of the passenger car market in Norway was fully electric.

Norway has more than 350 000 fully electric vehicles, in a country of 5.3 million people.

Norway’s goal is to only sell zero emission automobiles by 2025.

Details

Time and place

Date: 10th – 11th November 2021.

Venue: Norway Trade Fairs

If you’re arriving in Norway via plane, the train companies Vy and Flytoget both offer trains departing from Oslo Airport to Lillestrøm and Oslo Central station, and each take less than half an hour.

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Siri-May Sivertsen, Project leader
+47 952 04 260 | sms@messe.no

Trond Andersen, Global sales
+47 907 61 674 | ta@messe.no