Successfully Implementing a Plug-in Electric Vehicle Infrastructure: A Technical Roadmap for Local Authorities and their Strategic Partners.
This webinar provides insight into the new report from IET Standards, Successfully Implementing a Plug-in Electric Vehicle Infrastructure: A Technical Roadmap for Local Authorities and their Strategic Partners.
The author, Matthew Lumsden, presents how the report has been developed to directly address the needs of local authorities in their strategy development, planning and implementation of Electric Vehicle (EV) infrastructure schemes. The presentation outlines the main deployment challenges and the approach taken to talk with councils in order to understand the needs of council officers and managers responsible for EV infrastructure development.
The key content of the report is detailed, including the main case-study based section which details real-life insights and lessons learned from both UK and EU schemes in the use of plug-in vehicles to meet local authority objectives, with the aim of providing a seamless customer journey.
Following the live webcast on 22 May 2012, this webinar is now available on demand.
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Matthew Lumsden began working in the field of e-mobility in 2008 when he worked with a range of stakeholders to develop an electric vehicle strategy for the north-east of England. In 2009 he established Future Transport Systems in recognition of the need for expertise spanning the automotive and energy sectors to help the development of e-mobility. Since then he and Future Transport Systems have developed several regional strategies, been intimately involved in the Plugged-in Places programme and have managed the SWITCH EV ultra low- carbon vehicle demonstrator project. Matthew is also involved with several regions of north-west Europe where he is working with a range of stakeholders to share knowledge in the interests of developing e-mobility projects.
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