The second edition of the Charging Infrastructure Congress will be on 22 March about the challenges in the construction of charging infrastructure. The first speakers have been announced and registration for participation is open.

Last March, the first edition focused mainly on general developments. Now the congress will go more in-depth by choosing the subject with the greatest challenges: the construction of charging infrastructure. Because we want everything in the outdoor area, so how do we install the right number of charging stations in the best locations? How do we ensure that these charging points can be connected to the overloaded electricity grid? And what innovations and lessons learned will help us get over these hills?

Break out sessions The Loading Infrastructure Congress will take place this year at a special location that will be announced shortly. First, various keynote speakers explore the theme, including a network operator. The conference then continues in two blocks of three breakout sessions each, exploring themes such as innovations, heavy vehicles, lessons learned and the future. The whole is again closed in plenary. The program is still under development, but the organizations below are certainly included.

Bart Kraaijvanger of Transdev shares the knowledge gained in working with 22 electric public transport buses Over Morgen prepared a loading forecast for 2030; Anne van der Veen explains this. On behalf of Leap24 Pelle Schlichtling tells about the enormous challenges of charging infrastructure for heavy vehicles such as trucks. How do you use vehicle data to determine Are charging stations in the right place? This explains Karst Broekhuizen of JATO Dynamics. Niels Voogt van Goudappel argues why an integrated strategy for the roll-out of charging infrastructure is crucial. On behalf of ChargeSim, Bastiaan Zwijnenburg provides a cost and benefit analysis of smart charging infrastructure. Rocsys, Elaad, National Knowledge Platform Charging Infrastructure, ChargeSim and Awesems will also contribute on 22 March, just as a major network operator, and more interesting speakers will follow in the near future. Participate with discount Now that the first speakers have been registered, the registration is also open. Registering quickly is worth it, because there is still a considerable early bird discount in force. You can register on the site of the Congress Laadinfra and the program is also updated there every time there are speakers. added. The congress will be held in a hybrid manner, so you can participate both physically and online.

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