2nd Annual EV Charging and Infrastructure Forum Sets the Stage for Future of Electric Vehicle Industry

Amsterdam, Netherlands — February 28th-29th, 2024

The 2nd Annual EV Charging and Infrastructure Forum, held in Amsterdam, Netherlands, from February 28th-29th, 2024 concluded on a high note, bringing together key stakeholders, thought leaders, and experts from the electric vehicle (EV) industry worldwide. The forum served as a dynamic platform for discussions on the latest trends, innovations, and challenges shaping the future of EV charging infrastructure.

Throughout the event, participants engaged in insightful conversations surrounding crucial topics including: The Importance of Demand Analysis Driving Charge Point, The “Heterogeneous” Landscape of EV Charging Infrastructure Industry in Leading EV Markets, UK Measures to Accelerate Local EV Charging Infrastructure Roll-out, EV Business Cases: Business Case and Financing Trends, Building Successful Business Cases for EV Infrastructure, Learnings of Operating Smart Charging on a Large Scale, How Smart Charging and V2X can help Local Distribution Grids, V2G: Notable Solutions, Potential value to the industry/economy, key considerations for users and OEMs

Attendees explored innovative solutions and best practices in accelerating the adoption of EVs and enhancing charging infrastructure across various sectors. The forum provided a platform for fruitful networking opportunities, fostering collaborations and partnerships crucial for driving the industry forward.

As the forum concludes, the impact of these discussions resonates strongly, signalling a promising future for the EV industry worldwide. Participants depart with newfound knowledge, valuable connections, and a shared vision for a more sustainable transportation landscape.

Key Highlights:

Smart Charging Insights: Attendees gained valuable insights into the operation of smart charging solutions on a large scale. Experts shared best practices and success stories, demonstrating the effectiveness of smart charging in optimizing energy usage, reducing costs, and enhancing grid stability.


Legislative Support: Forum participants discussed the pivotal role of laws and regulations in accelerating electric driving adoption. Insights were shared on recent legislative initiatives aimed at incentivizing electric vehicle purchases, expanding charging infrastructure, and fostering a thriving second-hand EV market.


Affordability and Accessibility: The forum highlighted the growing affordability of electric vehicles, making electric driving accessible to a broader segment of the population. Experts emphasized the role of advancements in battery technology, economies of scale, and government incentives in driving down costs and making electric vehicles a viable option for consumers.


Leadvent extends its sincere appreciation to all participants, speakers, sponsors, and partners for their invaluable contributions to the success of the Electric Vehicle Charging and Infrastructure Forum. Together, we are driving the transition to a cleaner, greener future.

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