In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Ovarith Troeung, Managing Director of Offer Accelerator, and Director of Green Mobility at ENGIE, Fredrik Allard, Senior Vice President, and Head of eMobility at Scania, and Bjorn Utgard, VP of Sales at EVBox. We discussed the differences between electrifying the passenger car industry and heavy transport, the main challenges to adapting charging infrastructure to eTrucks and eBuses, and announcing Scania as an official partner for REVOLUTION Conference 2021.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Peter Bracken, former professional rugby union player, turned eMobility advocate. We discussed his transition from professional rugby player to eMobility advocate, the state of EV infrastructure in Ireland, and his upcoming project in 2022.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Felix Hamer, EV travel hacker, and eMobility enthusiast. We discussed all things electric vehicles, including his blog electricfelix.com, the role of charge cards in planning an EV road trip, and some of the exciting trips Felix has undertaken in electric vehicles.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Roger Atkins, Host of REVOLUTION Conference 2021. We discussed how the event industry has changed and embraced an online format, his plans for 2021, and REVOLUTION Conference 2021 in October.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Robert Llewellyn, Founder and Presenter at Fully Charged. We discussed his early career as an actor and comedian, starting Fully Charged in 2010, and how they’ve grown and adapted over the last year.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Piotr Krzepczak, CTO at Everon. We discussed the role of software within the eMobility industry, how software has evolved and will continue to evolve in the future, and Everon.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Tanya Spee, Partnerships & PR Manager at the Vattenfall Solar Team. We discussed the history of the team, the success that followed, but also the setbacks that have been just as crucial in shaping the team.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Dosanna Wu, Product Marketing Manager at TomTom. We discussed ride-hailing, predicting an ETA, and advanced map technologies as important factors in creating technology that can create more efficient transportation.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Hugo Pereira, Chief of Staff and Growth Officer at EVBox. We discussed REVOLUTION's transformation since its inception, diversity in the automotive industry, and how collaboration is fundamental in ensuring eMobility continues to grow.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Ahmed Samir Elbermbali, a sustainable mobility expert based in the UAE, who's currently part of the Middle East and North Africa Clean Energy Business Council, and the World Economic Forum's Global New Mobility Coalition. We discussed mobility culture in the Middle East, the UAE's recent surge in EV adoption, and Egypt's potential as an EV hub in the future.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Bjorn Utgard, VP Global Industry Segments at EVBox, and former Director of New Markets. We discussed the rise of EV adoption in new markets, emerging technologies such as vehicle-to-grid, wireless charging, and autonomous vehicles, and Norway's position as Europe's biggest EV adopter.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Tauseef Anwar, electric mobility and motorsport enthusiast, as well as co-founder and Chief Business Officer at Advanced Dynamics. We discussed his June 2019 solar electric powered SUV trip across Bangladesh, regenerative transport, the role of OEMs in the eMobility industry, and Bangladesh’s present and future in adopting electric vehicles.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Chris Ramsey, electric vehicle adventurer, speaker, presenter, and expedition leader at Plug in Adventure. We discussed the myths around range anxiety, Chris's intercontinental EV adventures, and his Guinness World Record for the greatest distance on an electric bike in 12 hours.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Sushil Reddy, an energy engineer from IIT Bombay, and a Guinness World Record holder for the longest journey on a motorized bicycle. We discussed his electric bike and rickshaw journeys in India and Europe, the social impact on communities, and initiatives in India to promote sustainable transportation.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Angelika Berger-Sodian, a senior executive in the automotive industry, and formerly the Managing Director of NIO UK. We discussed the flexible and agile approach taken by Chinese businesses, her role in facilitating NIO's growth in Europe, Formula E, and her recently published book, "In the Year of the Tiger - Why it is not too late to learn from China?"
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Colin McKerracher, Head of Advanced Transport at BloombergNEF. We discussed the role of data in the fast-growing eMobility industry, the drop in lithium-ion battery prices over the last few years, and whether fast charging is the future for charging infrastructure.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Chelsea Sexton, EV advocate, and Presenter at Fully Charged. We discussed the differences in eMobility and environmental policies between North America and Europe, as well as how autonomous vehicles and EVs have transformed the global automobile industry together.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcomed Roger Atkins, Founder at Electric Vehicles Outlook and our host for REVOLUTION 2020. We discussed the biggest eMobility trends for 2020, including fleets, carsharing, and the annual REVOLUTION Conference in September.