Program

Get the latest developments and hear about the future plans and technological solutions for Zero Emission Mobility and technology. At the Conference you can learn and be inspired as we gather top people from the global EV industry 

Program at a glance

Traditionally, the EVS has been an academic symposium for global networking and the exchange of scientific ideas and information.

However, for the 35th EVS edition, the program will be broken down into two main streams – the Scientific Series and the AVERE E-Mobility Conference (AEC2022) / Nordic EV Summit (NEVS) Series, rounded off with three high level plenary sessions spread across the duration of the Symposium.

Don’t miss this years EVS35 which will offer: Scientific Program – AEC2022/NEVS – Plenary Sessions – Side Events – Ride & Drive – Public Exhibition – Welcome Reception & Networking Dinner

EVS Plenary

Preliminary schedule

The following is the preliminary agenda for the EVS35

SATURDAY JUNE 11TH

10.00-17.00 – Public Exhibition, Ride & Drive

SUNDAY JUNE 12TH

11.00-17.00 – Public Exhibition, Ride & Drive
18.00- Registration and Get together

 

MONDAY JUNE 13TH

08.00
Doors open, Exhibition area open

09.00-10.30
Lecture sessions

11.00-12.30 Main stage:
Official Opening Ceremony
– High level keynotes and panels from governments, car manufactories and industry

13.30-15.00 
Main stage:
Renewable energy and Smart charging
(AEC2022/NEVS)

Meeting rooms:
Lecture sessions (EVS Symposium)

15.30-17.00
Main stage:
Connected and Autonomous
(AEC2022/NEVS)

Meeting rooms:
Lecture sessions (EVS Symposium)

18.30-20.00
Welcome Reception, Oslo City Hall

TUESDAY JUNE 14TH

08.00
Doors open, Exhibition area open

09.00-10.30 
Main stage:
Fast charging (AEC2022/NEVS)

Meeting rooms:
Lecture sessions (EVS Symposium)

11.00-12.30 
Main stage:
Electrifying Heavy transport, big machines and Fleets (AEC2022/NEVS)

Meeting rooms:
Lecture sessions (EVS Symposium)

13.30-14.30 
Dialogue sessions

14.30-16.00
Main stage: Plenary session
– High level keynotes and panels from governments, car manufactories and industry

16.30-18.00
Main stage: Light EV’s and Green cities
(AEC2022/NEVS)

Meeting rooms:
Lecture sessions (EVS Symposium)

19.00
Networking Dinner

WEDNESDAY JUNE 15TH

08.00
Doors open Exhibition area open

09.00-10.30
Main stage: Battery revolution 
(AEC2022/NEVS)

Meeting rooms:
Lecture sessions (EVS Symposium)

11.00-12.30
Zero emission in Maritime & Aviation
(AEC2022/NEVS)

Meeting rooms:
Lecture sessions (EVS Symposium)

13.30-15.00 Main stage:
Official Closing Ceremony
– High level keynotes and Awards

16.00
Field trips

Note, hours are subject to change

Topics AEC & NEVS main stage keynotes & roundtables

EVS35 Official Opening Ceremony
The European Association for Electromobility (AVERE) and the Norwegian EV Association will open this years’ 35th edition of EVS. From Norway, the Norwegian Minister for Climate and Environment Mr. Espen Barth Eide and the General Secretary of the Norwegian EV Association, Christina Bu, will give keynote speeches and officially welcoming all international delegates to EVS35. Among other keynote speakers at the official opening ceremony will be key politicians and car industry leaders.

Renewable energy & Smart charging

To cut emissions the energy sector will have to become renewable. How do we achieve a completely green grid? 

An electrified transportation sector will take up a part of the accessible power. Will there be enough for everyone? We ask what solutions are available today, and what relevant actors are planning for the future.

Connected & Autonomous

Connected cars generate loads of data that is uploaded to the cloud and used by car manufacturers to monitor driving and charging behavior.

But in many cases the data is not shared with third parties or even the EV owners themselves. Battery and charging data could be used to improve the general user experience and facilitate efficient use of the power grid.

Fast
charging

With record breaking EV sales in 2021, Europe needs a fast-charging network that is up for the task. Millions of new EV drivers will expect a well-functioning charging network the next few years. 

How will the operators answer to the needs of the EV drivers? What are the plans for infrastructure roll outs? How is the market regulated and is the new technology user-friendly?

Electrifying Heavy transport

With major greenhouse gas emission cuts still to be achieved from the heavy transport and construction sectors the industrial developments for electrifying the sectors are happening now, and fast. 

In this session we will hear from leading Nordic companies both developing, producing, and using electric Heavy Transportation vehicles and construction machines. We will also hear from some of the leading Nordic companies when it comes to the changing the entire car fleets to EV’s. 

Light EVs &
Green cities

Electric cars can’t solve it all. The e-bike is a well-known and well-suited alternative to cars. 

In this session we will explore how e-bikes and other light electric vehicles in combination with the data driven app revolution not only can reduce car use on shorter travels but also contribute to strengthening alternative modes of transport and fix our cities. 

Battery
revolution

Batteries are an essential cornerstone to electrify mobility. We need different batteries for different use. What batteries exist on market today? What does relevant actors have planned for the near future?

Furthermore, Europe is entering the battery race, will the continent be able to compete with Asia? We investigate existing policies, and look into what actors are aiming to do to make their mark on this growing industry.

Zero emissions
Maritime/Aviation

The first part of this session will focus on how to power a zero emission Maritime future with e.g. focusing on how to transform to zero emission solutions for ferries? How do we move goods, busses, trucks, cars and people using electric technology in the future?

Is it possible to fully electrify the aviation sector with batteries and hydrogen? And how fast can we electrify airplanes from short domestic flights to long international flights? Norway takes the lead and plans to electrify all domestic flights before 2040.

EVS35 Closing Ceremony

At the closing ceremony we will unveil the winner of the Avere E-Visionary Award, award the best scientific paper as well as announce the venue for the EVS36 in America in 2023.

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Scientific Symposium

The EVS35 scientific symposium will include more than 150 lectures over the course of three days, addressing various complex topics, presented by leading global e-mobilty researchers.

Papers submitted to the Scientific Committee are in peer review process.

Read more about Abstracts

Topics proposed to authors

A-1 Passenger cars
A-2 Medium and heavy-duty vehicles
A-3 Micro mobility, including two- and three-wheel vehicles
A-4 Public transportation (incl. bus & tram)
A-5 Shared and autonomous mobility
A-6 Other vehicle technology and applications

B-10 Battery electric vehicles
B-11 Plug-in hybrid vehicles
B-12 Fuel Cell Vehicles

C-20 Batteries
C-21 Battery Management System
C-22 Super Capacitors
C-23 Fuel cells
C-24 Electric motor
C-25 Propulsion systems (motors & power electronics)
C-26 Telematics and auxiliary electric drive systems

D-30 Conductive charging infrastructure
D-31 Ultra-fast vcharging infrastructure
D-32 Hydrogen fueling infrastructure
D-33 Charging/refueling standardization and interoperability
D-34 Wireless charging infrastructure (static & dynamic)
D-35 Infrastructure deployment case studies

E-40 Demand management
E-41 Business models
E-42 Automotive format batteries in energy storage
E-43 Grid implications of DC fast charge and ultra-fast charging
E-44 V2G, V2X and connectivity advances
E-45 Utility project deployment case studies

F-50 Market development strategies
F-51 Consumer demand growth, incl. education, demonstration and motivation analysis
F-52 Global strategies for market development
F-53 Fleet vehicle deployment case studies

G-61 State level initiatives
G-62 Local and regional partnerships
G-63 Government project deployment case studies
G-64 Multimodality
G-65 Fleet management

H-70 Environmental benefits of EVs and E-mobility
H-71 Supply chain analysis: Materials, manufacturing, recycling & re-use
H-72 Energy security
H-73 Social impact of electric mobility analyses

I-81 Fuel Cells for Aviation
I-82 Charging and fueling systems for Aviation
I-83 Drones and other aviation concepts

J-90 Batteries for Maritime
J-91 Fuel Cells for Maritime
J-92 Onshore power supply

E-Visionary Awards

The E-Visionary Award is a way for the World Electric Vehicle Association (WEVA) to recognize cities and regions as E-Visionaries for their initiatives to promote electric vehicles as a sustainable mode of transportation, and for making Electric Mobility a reality in the lives of their inhabitants. This way, E-Visionary Award winners become references for communities around the world.

The E-Visionary Award is presented at the International Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exposition (EVS), which is now with its 35th edition upcoming in June 2022. The EVS is held on a rotating schedule in America, Europe/Africa and Asia/Pacific, since it’s first edition in 1969.

At the occasion of every EVS, 3 Awards are attributed by the WEVA and presented during the EVS.

Each member of the WEVA will select the winner for the part of the World is covering:

  • EDTA (Electric Drive Transportation Association) for the Americas
  • AVERE (The European Association for Electromobility) for Europe
  • EVAAP (Electric Vehicle Association of the Asia Pacific) for Asia Pacific

June 28th 2021: Vestland County in Norway won the world’s most prestigious award for electric mobility at the EVS34 in Nanjing, China.

Read the press release here