e-MobilitySE

e-MobilitySE – SOUTHEAST EUROPE E-MOBILITY CONFERENCE
12th of November 2015
Hotel Westin Zagreb

e-MobilitySE – the first international conference on electromobility in Southeast Europe. Learn how e-Mobility can help your organisation achieve better shareholder value, progress your corporate social responsibility performance and enhance your public profile, all while meeting your profitability performance.

 

PROGRAMME

Ride & Drive

e-MobilitySE partners will display their e-Mobility portfolio allowing you to experience electric mobility first-hand. Discover Ride & Drive schedule in the programme below.

Schedule

TIME
TOPIC
SPEAKERS
08:15 - 09:00

Registration, Snacks and Coffee

09:00 - 09:30

Welcome note

Dorothée Coucharrière, European Commission – DG Mobility and Transport

Saša Bart, Savjetura

09:30 - 10:15

Why Electric?

  • Overview of what’s happening across Europe and why (Croatian)
  • Funding e-Mobility efforts in Croatia (Croatian)
  • The marketplace – introduction to EVs

Saša Bart, Savjetura

Vesna Bukarica, Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund of Republic of Croatia

Levente Reizer, Nissan CEE

 

10:15 - 11:00

Electromobility – Driving business success

  • Financial, economic and marketing benefits of fleet electrification, with industry applications (Croatian)
  • Experience in commercially managing large EV infrastructure

Ivan Zovko, Savjetura

Deirdre Arthur, ESB

11:00 - 11:30

Coffee break (Ride & Drive)

11:30 - 12:15

EU funding for e-Mobility

  • What’s been achieved to date through the TEN-T projects (Croatian)
  • H2020 programs as EV ecosystem drivers (Croatian)
  • A case study from the Rapid Charge Network: practical lessons learnt

Saša Bart, Savjetura

Maja Salapić, Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes

Josey Wardle, Zero Carbon Futures

12:15 - 13:00

Round table – Solutions for a faster EV market uptake

  • Stakeholders discuss solutions for a faster EV market uptake related to current challenges

Saša Bart, Savjetura

Dorothée Coucharrière, European Commission – DG Mobility and Transport

Colin Herron, Zero Carbon Futures

Henriette Spyra, Austriatech

Mette Hoé, Capital Region of Denmark

13:00 - 14:00

Lunch (Ride & Drive)

14:00 - 14:45

Learnings from cities and countries:

  • Country case study – policy and strategy in Austria
  • Regional case study: North East England (infrastructure, trials, EV awareness)
  • City case study: Copenhagen

Henriette Spyra, Austriatech

Anya Bramich, NE England

Mette Hoé, Capital Region of Denmark

14:45 - 15:30

Future Cities

  • How the automotive industry is changing city scapes
  • Embedding electric vehicles in a sustainable energy system

Colin Herron, Zero Carbon Futures

Baerte de Brey, Stedin

15:30 - 16:00

Conclusions and wrap-up

Josey Wardle, Zero Carbon Futures

Saša Bart, Savjetura

16:00 - 17:00

Ride & Drive

SPEAKERS

e-MobilitySE conference will help your organisation understand e-mobility through talks, discussions, case studies and practice given by key industry stakeholders from businesses, public sector and EU policymakers. Discover our speakers below:

Dorothée Coucharrière

Policy Officer, European Commission - DG Mobility and Transport

Dorothée is a policy officer at the Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport of the European Commission, principally responsible for electro-mobility and innovation. She started her career at the French legislative assembly. Then she took charge of the institutional relations of the alternative energy company POWEO. Prior to joining the Commission, she supported the Swedish state-owned energy company VATTENFALL in its industrial development projects, as Director of Public Affairs. Dorothée graduated in Public Administration at the Paris Institute of Political Studies and holds a Master’s degree in Comparative Legal Science from the University of La Sorbonne, Paris.

Dr Colin Herron

Managing Director, Zero Carbon Futures

Colin has worked in the automotive industry for almost 40 years. He spent 17 years working for Nissan in roles including engineering, component sourcing, supply chain manufacturing as well as becoming involved in new product launches. After a role in Government representing the automotive industry, he saw the opportunities in electric vehicles and set up Zero Carbon Futures in 2011. Colin is a Visiting Professor at Newcastle University.

Saša Bart

Managing Director, Savjetura

For the past 18 years, Saša has been consulting private and public sector on strategic issues and out-of-the-box business models. He is currently focused on Sustainable Urban Mobility, Electric Vehicles Business Models, EU/National/Local incentives for EV uptake and National Policy Frameworks for the alternative fuels infrastructure (Directive 2014/94/EU). Saša holds an MBA from IEDC Bled School of Management and currently pursues a PhD in Management and Organisation at University of Ljubljana.

Henriette Spyra

Senior Expert for Innovation & E-Mobility, Austriatech

Henriette works for AustriaTech, a public innovation agency owned by the Austrian Transport Ministry. She supports the Ministry in implementing Austria’s electromobility strategy which includes public transport, duty vehicles, cars and bikes. Henriette served as the national expert on the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Directive and is now working closely with the Transport Ministry on implementing it in Austria. She holds a BA from Oxford University and an MA from the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University.

Josey Wardle

Infrastructure Manager, Zero Carbon Futures

Josey is a professional engineer with 20 years’ of project management experience. Since 2010, she has managed the delivery of low carbon vehicle charging projects for customers across Europe. She now manages a number of national projects including the TEN-T funded Rapid Charge Network which will deploy up to 74 EV rapid chargers across two corridors in the UK and Ireland. Josey is currently undertaking a PhD researching the future for EV charging.

Ivan Zovko

Consultant, Savjetura

Ivan has a proven track record advising FTSE 100 companies and the public sector during his involvement with a leading UK sustainability advisory. His work included developing measures for resource management and carbon footprint reduction. Ivan produced a number of economic studies on e-mobility and sustainable transport. He holds an MSc degree in Ecological Economics from the University of Edinburgh.

Anya Bramich

Low Carbon Vehicle Marketing Manager, North East England

Anya has worked in the e-mobility sector since 2011 on a range of marketing and promotional activity. She has overseen a number of public and business awareness campaigns to support the increase of electric vehicles in North East England working closely with major manufacturers. She is now part of the team overseeing the development of the Rapid Charge Network in the UK.

Mette Hoé

Program Manager - Copenhagen Electric, Capital Region of Denmark

Mette holds more than 10 years of professional experience working in the cross field of Technological and socio-economic planning and Sustainability. As a program manager at Copenhagen Electric – the Capital Region of Denmark, she is responsible for a string of projects with the combined target to accelerate the marked uptake of electric vehicles. Mette is focused on strategic transport and urban planning, supporting workplace charging, EV deployment, and she helps promoting the adoption of EV by businesses with a strong focus on creating the foundation for joint efforts involving public authorities, companies, and private consumers aiming gradually at replacing fossil-fuel cars with electric cars.

Deirdre Arthur

Manager of ecar NI and Regulation, ESB

Deirdre is Manager of ecar Northern Ireland and Regulation at ESB ecars, the Electric Vehicles division within ESB. As Chartered Management Accountant, Deirdre has managed Business Development operations within ESB ecars since April 2011, liaising with key stakeholders including relevant Government Departments, INEA and EU Commission.  Deirdre was project manager of “International Green Electric Highways”, funded by TEN-T Agency. This project saw the installation of 46 fast chargers every 60km in Ireland and Northern Ireland.  She represents ESB on the Board of Rapid Charge Network and Open Charge Alliance.

Levente Reizer

Electric Vehicles Product Manager, Nissan CEE

Levente joined Nissan in 2007 and has worked in a number of departments. Since 2013 he has had responsibility for Electric Vehicles and the market introduction of the Nissan LEAF and e-NV200 to Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. Based in Budapest, Levente is also responsible for the EV charging network implementation program of Nissan in the region.

Maja Salapić

Horizon 2020 National Contact Point, Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes

Maja Salapić is currently working as a National Contact Point for societal challenges of Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy and Smart, Green and Integrated Transport as part of Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation. She is a Programme Committee member for both of the above societal challenges. She has been a collaborator at the C-Energy 2020 National Contact Point Network project and she is a frequent guest and lecturer at various seminars, conferences and workshops where she presents possibilities for financing of energy and transport projects within the Horizon 2020.

Baerte de Brey

Electric mobility manager, Stedin

Baerte de Brey is the manager electric mobility within Stedin, a local network management company with approximately two million customers. Baerte is responsible for analysing the long-term effect of electric mobility on the electricity grids, and building a sustainable business case around this transition. This includes vehicle2grids, EV-storage and customer behavior research. He graduated from Leiden University in 2001 with a law degree and received a MBA from Nyenrode business university in 2006. As an expert for the European Commission he sometimes reviews collective European programs concerning  EV interoperability and smart charging.

Vesna Bukarica

Head of Energy Efficiency Sector, Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund

Vesna graduated electrical engineering in 2001 from the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER), where she received her MSc and Ph.D. degrees.  Her scientific, research and expert work is dedicated to the development of policy instruments for promoting energy efficiency and evaluation. Vesna participated in policy development projects; national programme and national energy efficiency action plans for Croatia, Energy Sector Development Strategy of Croatia, Expert basis for preparation of the Law on Energy End-use Efficiency and related by laws and the System for Monitoring, Verification and Evaluation of energy efficiency policies for Western Balkans countries. Vesna publicised her scientific and expert work in more than 20 scientific papers, expert studies and other publications

Dorothée Coucharrière

Policy Officer, European Commission - DG Mobility and Transport

Dorothée is a policy officer at the Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport of the European Commission, principally responsible for electro-mobility and innovation. She started her career at the French legislative assembly. Then she took charge of the institutional relations of the alternative energy company POWEO. Prior to joining the Commission, she supported the Swedish state-owned energy company VATTENFALL in its industrial development projects, as Director of Public Affairs. Dorothée graduated in Public Administration at the Paris Institute of Political Studies and holds a Master’s degree in Comparative Legal Science from the University of La Sorbonne, Paris.

Dr Colin Herron

Managing Director, Zero Carbon Futures

Colin has worked in the automotive industry for almost 40 years. He spent 17 years working for Nissan in roles including engineering, component sourcing, supply chain manufacturing as well as becoming involved in new product launches. After a role in Government representing the automotive industry, he saw the opportunities in electric vehicles and set up Zero Carbon Futures in 2011. Colin is a Visiting Professor at Newcastle University.

Saša Bart

Managing Director, Savjetura

For the past 18 years, Saša has been consulting private and public sector on strategic issues and out-of-the-box business models. He is currently focused on Sustainable Urban Mobility, Electric Vehicles Business Models, EU/National/Local incentives for EV uptake and National Policy Frameworks for the alternative fuels infrastructure (Directive 2014/94/EU). Saša holds an MBA from IEDC Bled School of Management and currently pursues a PhD in Management and Organisation at University of Ljubljana.

Henriette Spyra

Senior Expert for Innovation & E-Mobility, Austriatech

Henriette works for AustriaTech, a public innovation agency owned by the Austrian Transport Ministry. She supports the Ministry in implementing Austria’s electromobility strategy which includes public transport, duty vehicles, cars and bikes. Henriette served as the national expert on the Alternative Fuels Infrastructure Directive and is now working closely with the Transport Ministry on implementing it in Austria. She holds a BA from Oxford University and an MA from the School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) at Johns Hopkins University.

Josey Wardle

Infrastructure Manager, Zero Carbon Futures

Josey is a professional engineer with 20 years’ of project management experience. Since 2010, she has managed the delivery of low carbon vehicle charging projects for customers across Europe. She now manages a number of national projects including the TEN-T funded Rapid Charge Network which will deploy up to 74 EV rapid chargers across two corridors in the UK and Ireland. Josey is currently undertaking a PhD researching the future for EV charging.

Ivan Zovko

Consultant, Savjetura

Ivan has a proven track record advising FTSE 100 companies and the public sector during his involvement with a leading UK sustainability advisory. His work included developing measures for resource management and carbon footprint reduction. Ivan produced a number of economic studies on e-mobility and sustainable transport. He holds an MSc degree in Ecological Economics from the University of Edinburgh.

Anya Bramich

Low Carbon Vehicle Marketing Manager, North East England

Anya has worked in the e-mobility sector since 2011 on a range of marketing and promotional activity. She has overseen a number of public and business awareness campaigns to support the increase of electric vehicles in North East England working closely with major manufacturers. She is now part of the team overseeing the development of the Rapid Charge Network in the UK.

Mette Hoé

Program Manager - Copenhagen Electric, Capital Region of Denmark

Mette holds more than 10 years of professional experience working in the cross field of Technological and socio-economic planning and Sustainability. As a program manager at Copenhagen Electric – the Capital Region of Denmark, she is responsible for a string of projects with the combined target to accelerate the marked uptake of electric vehicles. Mette is focused on strategic transport and urban planning, supporting workplace charging, EV deployment, and she helps promoting the adoption of EV by businesses with a strong focus on creating the foundation for joint efforts involving public authorities, companies, and private consumers aiming gradually at replacing fossil-fuel cars with electric cars.

Deirdre Arthur

Manager of ecar NI and Regulation, ESB

Deirdre is Manager of ecar Northern Ireland and Regulation at ESB ecars, the Electric Vehicles division within ESB. As Chartered Management Accountant, Deirdre has managed Business Development operations within ESB ecars since April 2011, liaising with key stakeholders including relevant Government Departments, INEA and EU Commission.  Deirdre was project manager of “International Green Electric Highways”, funded by TEN-T Agency. This project saw the installation of 46 fast chargers every 60km in Ireland and Northern Ireland.  She represents ESB on the Board of Rapid Charge Network and Open Charge Alliance.

Levente Reizer

Electric Vehicles Product Manager, Nissan CEE

Levente joined Nissan in 2007 and has worked in a number of departments. Since 2013 he has had responsibility for Electric Vehicles and the market introduction of the Nissan LEAF and e-NV200 to Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia. Based in Budapest, Levente is also responsible for the EV charging network implementation program of Nissan in the region.

Maja Salapić

Horizon 2020 National Contact Point, Agency for Mobility and EU Programmes

Maja Salapić is currently working as a National Contact Point for societal challenges of Secure, Clean and Efficient Energy and Smart, Green and Integrated Transport as part of Horizon 2020, the EU Framework Programme for Research and Innovation. She is a Programme Committee member for both of the above societal challenges. She has been a collaborator at the C-Energy 2020 National Contact Point Network project and she is a frequent guest and lecturer at various seminars, conferences and workshops where she presents possibilities for financing of energy and transport projects within the Horizon 2020.

Baerte de Brey

Electric mobility manager, Stedin

Baerte de Brey is the manager electric mobility within Stedin, a local network management company with approximately two million customers. Baerte is responsible for analysing the long-term effect of electric mobility on the electricity grids, and building a sustainable business case around this transition. This includes vehicle2grids, EV-storage and customer behavior research. He graduated from Leiden University in 2001 with a law degree and received a MBA from Nyenrode business university in 2006. As an expert for the European Commission he sometimes reviews collective European programs concerning  EV interoperability and smart charging.

Vesna Bukarica

Head of Energy Efficiency Sector, Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund

Vesna graduated electrical engineering in 2001 from the University of Zagreb Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Computing (FER), where she received her MSc and Ph.D. degrees.  Her scientific, research and expert work is dedicated to the development of policy instruments for promoting energy efficiency and evaluation. Vesna participated in policy development projects; national programme and national energy efficiency action plans for Croatia, Energy Sector Development Strategy of Croatia, Expert basis for preparation of the Law on Energy End-use Efficiency and related by laws and the System for Monitoring, Verification and Evaluation of energy efficiency policies for Western Balkans countries. Vesna publicised her scientific and expert work in more than 20 scientific papers, expert studies and other publications

PRESENTATIONS & PHOTOS

Please find the presentations from the e-MobilitySE conference held in hotel Westin, Zagreb below.

Presentations ZIP (99.5MB)

ORGANISATION

Savjetura LLC

www.savjetura.hr

Savjetura provides public and private sector organisations with consulting services on Strategy, Sustainability and Performance Improvement. Organisation adds value through sector insights, thought leadership and innovative business models. The Company is a cluster member of “Sustainable Urban Mobility” within the European Comission initiative “European Innovation Partnership on Smart Cities and Communities”, and technical consultant of European Commision DG MOVE Sustainable Transport Forum. Through these and similar professional engagements, Savjetura helps various stakeholders develop electric vehicle business models, and design electric vehicle market uptake incentives for national, regional and local governments.

Rapid Charge Network

rapidchargenetwork.com

The Rapid Charge Network project is supporting the uptake of electric vehicles in the UK and Ireland by developing a network of 74 rapid charge points. The project is co-financed by the European Union through the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) programme. It was the first time the four major vehicle manufacturers of Nissan, BMW, Renault and VW had come together to break down one of the barriers to EV adoption. The project aims to support other cities and countries to develop similar networks through the development of a comprehensive strategy with guidelines and recommendations.

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MEDIA

CONTACT

Savjetura d.o.o
Grand Centar
Petra Hektorovića 2
10 000 Zagreb, Croatia

PHONE
+385 1 3640 884

EMAIL
info@savjetura.hr

Zero Carbon Futures
Future Technology Centre
Barmston Court, Nissan Way,
Sunderland SR5 3NY
UK

PHONE
+44 (0) 191 490 2474

EMAIL
zerocarbonfutures@gateshead.ac.uk

Hotel Westin, Ul. Izidora Kršnjavog 1, HR-10000 Zagreb, Croatia