A window into myenergi’s beginnings with Co-founder Jordan Brompton.

Charlotte Stowe
Creative Designer, myenergi

Co-founder Jordan Brompton has followed and pursued her passion for renewable energy and creating a greener future for both people and our planet. Here is a little window into the journey so far.

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Celebrating the Electrification of Transport

Emma Bielschowsky
CSR Manager at EVA Global

EVA places the driver at the forefront of development in e-mobility. The promises of e-mobility can only be acheived by ensuring the satisfaction of the consumer.

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SSE wants to be in the driving seat

Alistair Phillips-Davies
Chief Executive, SSE

Alistair Phillips-Davies reflects on SSE’s EV projects which aim to build a better world of energy

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We have come a long way

Dr. Michael Hajesch

Electric vehicle technology has come a long way since the 90s. IONITY continues to push forward charging technology to facilitate mass adoption of EVs.

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Range Reassurance for EV drivers: Anxiety is a distant memory

Alexandra Goodson & Alex Riley
Alexandra Goodson, Global Product Marketing Manager, Energy Storage and E-mobility; & Alex Riley, Architect, E-mobility Packaging and Solutions.

Ten years ago, we worried about how far a charged EV could travel, where the next charger was located and how long the charge would take. With considerable advances in EV technology, range anxiety is a thing of the past

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How cities can power a cleaner future

Matt Allen
Co-Founder and CEO of Pivot Power, part of EDF Renewables UK

Lockdown has provided us with a glimpse of life in cleaner, more sustainable cities. Investment in electric vehicle charging infrastructure can help make these changes permanent.

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Keeping it simple

Dr Ben Lane
CTO, Zap-Map

Ben Lane, CTO at Zap-Map, examines how easy-to-use digital solutions are the key to successful EV uptake

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Accelerating the change to more sustainable mobility.

Fredrika Klarén
Sustainability at Polestar

We’re doing all we can to drive progress, be the change our industry needs, and to bring about a more sustainable electric future.

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The times they are a-changin’ - can global investors help drive the transition to e-mobility?

Mark Richards
EMEA Head of Energy, Environment & Infrastructure, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner

Mark Richards explains the massive opportunities for investors and the associated risks and challenges that will need to be solved when working with the industry to deploy capital that accelerates the transition from ICE vehicles to more sustainable EVs.

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Mahindra’s electric drive towards sustainable mobility for climate change

Mahesh Babu
MD & CEO, Mahindra Electric Mobility Limited

Mahesh Babu, MD & CEO, Mahindra Electric Mobility Limited, the pioneer in electric vehicle technology in India writes about Mahindra’s initiatives in the electric mobility space for creating sustainable mobility solutions for India and the world at large.

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What could we learn from China about increasing EV adoption rates?

Hui Zhang
Vice President, Europe, NIO

Hui Zhang explains how a better user experience could get more people to make the switch

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The changing face of charging

Rachel Lewis
Head of Partnerships, Liberty Charge

If infrastructure is not available to charge, how can we expect consumers to invest in EV? Liberty Charge offers solutions for more EV charging points.

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Salary Sacrifice & Benefit in Kind - just what is it?

Jake Collis
Senior Partnerships Manager, Octopus Electric Vehicles

Octopus Electric Vehicles delve into how their 100% electric salary sacrifice scheme can help businesses not only save on their lease but increase their environmental credentials.

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Charging up for our EV future

Frank Muehlon
Head of ABB’s Global E-Mobility infrastructure solutions

Frank Muehlon, Head of ABB’s global business for E-mobility Infrastructure Solutions, looks back over 10 years of e-mobility innovation at ABB, and addresses future opportunities for this fast growing sector

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