Edinburgh Napier University to host 7th annual electric vehicle event

Edinburgh Napier’s annual electric vehicle event – Electric vehicle revolution across the globe – will take place on October 13 and 14. The aim of this conference is to review the status of electric vehicle markets from some of the leading economies across the world and examine the environmental impacts. 

The review sees a line-up of internationally acknowledged keynote speakers from Austria, France, Germany, Greece, Norway, Spain, UAE, UK and the USA. The event is taking place online and is free to attend.

Road transport session – Wednesday 13 October between 10am and 2.30pm

Join leading academic researchers, scientists, and engineers from electric vehicles technology and related industries, along with government representatives, aid organisations, and international agencies to discuss the newest advances, challenges and perspectives for the broader dissemination of electric vehicles in major economies around the world.

The electric road transport session of the 7th Annual Electric Vehicle Conference also aims to cover innovative research findings and the latest development for strategic planning and policy reference.

You’ll find the programme here and the line-up of speakers here – and can book your slot at this event here.

Air transport session – Thursday 14 October between 10am and 2.30pm

The aviation session aims to address the electric flight possibilities as well as the challenges that brings. A line-up of internationally acknowledged keynote speakers from academia and industry as well as policy makers, will discuss the fast-paced developments for electric and hybrid aircraft architectures, systems and components, review the vast research into the rapidly increasing electrification of aircrafts in some of the leading economies across the world.

The event will also take on related technological challenges and opportunities right up to commercial viability, with the overall goal to support the industry on next generation aircraft design.

You’ll find the programme here and the line-up of speakers here – and can book your slot at this event here.

Source: Edinburgh Napier University

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