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Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure - creating public access networks


Wednesday, 7 March 2018 from 09:00 to 16:00 (GMT)

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee VAT Quantity
Delegate 7 Mar 2018 £89.00 £6.28 £19.06
Exhibitor -Table, 2 pull-up banners, 2 delegate passes 7 Mar 2018 £295.00 £19.67 £62.93

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Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure - 

creating public access networks


9.00am – 4.00pm, Wednesday 7th March 2018,

Pride Park Stadium, Derby


The shift towards the adoption of electric vehicles is dependent on providing the public with access to an infrastructure of charge points across the UK. At this Conference Industry and local authority presenters will give insights and practical advice regarding how they have delivered public access EV charge point networks in Cities and towns and at retail locations.


Confirmed presenters-

  • Nottingham City Council– the procurement of 230 charge points to create a City-wide network delivered by Chargemaster
  • ChargePoint Services Ltdlessons from charge point installations across a national fuel station forecourt network
  • Pod Point – insights from the installations of 40 rapid chargers at Lidl stores.
  • Intu – The development of a public EV charge point network at Intu shopping centres
  • Electric Corby CIC – lessons from a community-led approach to EV charge point planning and delivery.
  • OLEV- Government policies and available support measures.
  • Western Power Distribution Securing a grid connection. Project management considerations
  • Amber Infrastructure - Financing EV charge point networks –  different funding options and models.
  • Cenex & LEVEL – available procurement resources and training courses

 Presentations will examine -

  • Developing an EV charge point plan
  • Procuring a large-scale City-wide EV charge point network- a local authority case study.
  • Retailers’ perspectives – 3 EV charge point installation case studies
  • Developing a business case – estimating costs, usage and income
  • Types of business models - purchase and ownership v. concession agreements
  • Securing grid connectivity
  • Project management resource implications
  • EV Charge point operators’ perspective
  • Government policies and support programmes.

 The delegate fee of £89 plus vat includes: -

  • Presentation content
  • Access to a CPD e-learning, EV Charging infrastructure training programme developed by LEVEL.
  • Procurement manual
  • Lunch, drinks and refreshments.
  • Free parking


Exhibition tables and sponsorship packages available. For further information contact Neil Horsley-



Pride Park Stadium is well situated for access to the national rail network with Derby station just a 10-minute walk away, while the A50, A52, A38 and the M1 motorway are also nearby for visitors travelling by car. East Midlands Airport is only around 20 minutes away from the Pride Park Stadium by car for international visitors


Do you have questions about Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure - creating public access networks? Contact LEVEL

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Pride Park Stadium
Pride Park
DE24 8XL Derby
United Kingdom

Wednesday, 7 March 2018 from 09:00 to 16:00 (GMT)

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This event has been organised by CleanTech Business Ltd on behalf of LEVEL.

LEVEL (Low Emission Vehicle Enterprise and Learning) delivers training courses, skills workshops, business networking events, master classes and conferences on a wide range of  low emission vehicle topics. LEVEL is a collaboration between Cenex and CleanTech Business Ltd and receives funding via the Nottingham Go Ultra Low Programme.

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