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Program

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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) Series, rounded off with three high level plenary sessions spread across the duration of the Symposium

Scientific Program – AEC2022 – Plenary Sessions – Side Events – Ride & Drive – Public Exhibition – Welcome Reception & Networking Dinner
EVS35_Program-at-a-glance

Preliminary schedule

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SUNDAY JUNE 12TH
11.00-17.00 Public Exhibition and Ride & Drive
19.00- Registration and Get together

MONDAY JUNE 13TH
08.00 Doors open, Exhibition area open
09.00-10.30 Scientific sessions & AEC/Nordic EVS
11.00-12.30 Opening Ceremony
13.00-15.00 Dialogue sessions
15.00-18.30 Scientific sessions & AEC/Nordic EVS
18.30 Hall closes
19.30 Welcome Reception, Oslo

WEDNESDAY JUNE 15TH
08.00 Doors open, Exhibition area open

09.00-12.30 Scientific sessions & AEC/Nordic EVS
13.00-15.00 Dialogue sessions
15.00-16.30 Closing Ceremony
16.30 Hall closes
17.00 Field trips

TUESDAY JUNE 14TH
08.00 Doors open, Exhibition area open
09.00-10.30 Scientific sessions & AEC/Nordic EVS
11.00-12.30 Plenary program
13.00-15.00 Dialogue sessions
15.00-18.30 Scientific sessions & AEC/Nordic EVS
18.30 Hall closes
19.30 Networking Dinner

Note, hours are subject to change

Topics

AEC & NEVS main stage keynotes & roundtables

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

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.

Fast
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.

Electrifying Heavy transport

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.

Light EVs &
Green cities

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.

Battery
revolution

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.

Zero emissions
Maritime/Aviation

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.

Call to action

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),
  • EVAAP (Electric Vehicle Association of the Asia Pacific) for Asia Pacific.

About the organisers

EVS35 is organised by a group of….

Norwegian EV Association

The Norwegian EV association represents over 85.000 electric car owners in Norway. The association cooperates with the Norwegian government, the electric car industry, charging operators and other organizations to speed up the transition to electric mobility. And also promotes Norway as a best case for electric vehicles policy to Europe and the rest of the world.

NOVA Spektrum

Norway Convention Center is a full-service exhibition & conference center. We offer all our exhibitors all sorts of stand equipment and furnituring, and also a design department offering individual design solutions. Standard products and services may be found in our product catalogue. Norway Convention Center is a modern venue located midway between the airport and Oslo city centre. Together with the onsite Thon Hotel Arena and Scandic Lillestrøm the center can offer up to 64 meeting rooms of different sizes, as well as additional exhibition space (appx 40.000 sq.m).

AVERE

AVERE The European Association for Electromobility (avere.org), founded in 1978, is a network of members from industry, academia, EV users and anyone working with policy related to the electrification of transport. Work across these sectors guided by an electromobility vision for Europe with four pillars: a strong electromobility industry, clean, quiet and healthy cities, energy-efficient transport, and independence from fossil fuels.

WEVA

The World Electric Vehicle Association consists of three regional organizations – the Electric Drive Transportation Association (EDTA), the European Association for Electromobility (AVERE) and the Electric Vehicle Association of Asia Pacific (EVAAP). These three international associations promote electric vehicle concepts and policies in their respective regions. WEVA organizes the International Electric Vehicle Symposium (EVS) series.

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