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EV's: The Road to a Cleaner Future (Energy Series Part 3)

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Join us for the third part of our November energy series, a business lunch on electric vehicles!

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We are keeping a close eye on all updates in relation to COVID-19. Our November events are now online, and include the same opportunities to network, take part in live discussion and the option to do a 60 second pitch!

There are now more than 1 million EVs on the road, and the difference in impact is remarkable. Compared to gasoline-powered vehicles, emissions drop by 50% - 95%. EVs are starting to disrupt auto and oil business models because they are simpler to make, require less maintenance and no fossil fuels.

The road to a cleaner future is complicated but exciting. Join us for this business lunch to discuss electric vehicles and electric vehicle charging infrastructure with Network members TLT LLP, EcoMove and Alfen.

The Future Economy Network are happy to announce Network members TLT LLP are kindly sponsoring this event.

This event is part of The Future Economy Network's November Energy series. Each event is still a standalone event and you can attend as many or as little as you are able to.

Innovations in Renewable Energy Supply (Energy Series Part 1)

Community Energy and Business (Energy Series Part 2)

EV's: The Road to a Cleaner Future (Energy Series Part 3 )

Exploring Energy Storage (Energy Series Part 4)

Harry Thompson, Marketing Executive, EcoMove

Harry will be talking about the existing products available to the UK market including cutting edge and trends. He will also touch on changing mobility trends and the move towards last-mile products away from cars and the probable future of e-mobility vehicles in the UK. These products will range from cars, public transport, scooters, e-mopeds and changing car use.

Maria Connolly, Partner and Head of Clean Energy & Real Estate at TLT LLP

• An overview of some of the trends TLT are seeing in the EVCI market from destination charging to highway charging networks and municipal projects.

• A review of the key legal issues which may arise when planning an EVCI project from grid, real estate and planning to project specific considerations.

Alex Earl, UK Country Manager, Alfen

Alex will be talking about what to consider when planning the roll-out of reliable, highly-utilised, user-friendly EV charging infrastructure. He will touch on locating chargers, the different types of chargers as well as on what partnerships are necessary. He will also give an overview of the practicalities involved in delivering such projects and suggest how project timelines can potentially be accelerated, pulling on examples from both the UK and across Europe.

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12:00 - 12:10 Registration

12:10 - 12:25 Facilitated Networking

12:25 - 12:35 - Introduction from The Future Economy Network

12:35 - 12:50 – EcoMove, Harry Thompson

12:50 - 13:00 - Questions for Harry

13:00 - 13:15 - Alfen, Alex Earl

13:15 - 13:25 - Questions for Alex

13:25 - 13:40 – TLT LLP, Maria Connolly

13:40 - 13:50 - Questions for Maria

13:50 - 14:00 - Group Q&A if needed

14:00 - 14:05 - 60 Second Pitches

14:05 - 14:10 - Close

14:10 - 14:20 - Optional Facilitated Networking Group 1

14:10 - 14:20 - Optional Facilitated Networking Group 2

Meet The Speakers!

Harry Thompson, Marketing Executive, EcoMove

Harry is the Marketing Executive for EcoMove, an electric vehicle retailer recently opened in Hotewell road. Harry has long been interested in the environment and has been fortunate to reflect this by working with EcoMove. He has been with the company since its inception a little over a year ago. Since then EcoMove have grown from a stall on Millennium square to a large store with an indoor test track. They have massively expanded their product range and are now featuring in Lloyds’ current advertisement campaign.

Maria Connolly, Partner and Head of Clean Energy & Real Estate at TLT LLP

Maria has devoted her 20+ year career to the clean energy sector, acting on several hundred wind, solar, biomass, hydro, EV and energy storage projects. Notably she has spearheaded TLT's "first-of-a-kind" strategy, which aims to drive transition to an improved energy system by broadening the availability and accessibility of contributing technologies.

Maria advises on a wide spectrum of property matters including acquisitions of existing renewable energy projects, drafting bespoke documentation, negotiation of exclusivity agreements, option agreements and leases and undertaking full due diligence.

Maria is an inaugural member of the Regen EWiRE group, spearheads the firms’ membership of Aldersgate Group, is on the EV World Congress 2020 Advisory Board, and has been appointed to the City of London Law Society Energy Committee. Maria also leads TLT’s Environment Forum which look at reducing the firms’ carbon footprint.

She is independently recognised as an expert in the field of Energy & Natural Resources by Chambers UK and as a leading individual in the field of Energy by Legal 500.

Alex Earl, UK Country Manager, Alfen

Alex is the UK Country Manager for Alfen, a market-leading manufacturer of smart EV charge points. Driven by his passion for sustainability and energy, Alex moved into the renewable sector in 2009, working for a not-for-profit organisation supporting solar businesses in Africa. He subsequently moved to The New Motion in 2011 helping to build it into one of the leading charge point operators in Europe, heading up their Product and Energy division. He started up Alfen in the UK in 2015 establishing it as a major player in the EV charging sector with a reputation for high quality, smart charging solutions.

This event is sponsored by TLT LLP

TLT’s full service clean energy team operates across England & Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland. The team regularly advises on "first of a kind" projects including subsidy-free, multi-technology, energy storage, electric vehicle charging infrastructure and clean tech, and has continued to grow in the last year – appointing Michael Spence as real estate partner.

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