Electromobility 2019

A Conference about the present and the future of electromobility, accompanied by an Exhibition & Workshop

 

FORUM KARLIN, PRAGUE
17|10 - 18|10|2019

 

Electromobility is here

The market may be growing faster than most of us imagine. Electromobility receives political support across Europe and globally. Battery prices are going down rapidly. In some cases e-cars are already competitive without subsidies. 

 

We will focus on three main topics

 
  • What types of vehicle and what technology and trends can we expect on the market in the next few years?
  • What developments will we see in the public charging infrastructure and city e-mobility? 
  • What might the development of electromobility mean for the energy industry? 
 

 

The program of the Forum is structured into three parts

 
  • The Conference: three sections focusing on the current hottest issues, with the participation of foreign experts, and sufficient time for questions from the audience (panel discussions)
  • The Workshop: will answer all of the key questions essential for a car fleet electrification, both in private and public organizations
  • The Exhibition: Presentation of vehicles made by leading car manufacturers and other electromobility products and services. 
 

Intended for all of those interested in the electromobility boom

 
  • Operators of car fleets, no matter if large or small
  • State and public authorities
  • Suppliers of electromobility products and services
  • Leasing companies and banks
 

 

The Forum is organized by Economia in cooperation with LEEF Technologies



 
Economia is a major player in the field of online media and digitisation of media content and a significant publisher of economic and specialist press. It operates the news servers IHNED.cz and Aktuálně.cz and also publishes the daily newspaper Hospodářské noviny, weeklies Ekonom, Respekt and a number of professional titles.

LEEF Technologies is an advisor and investor in projects that employ innovative business models and technologies in the clean energy and transport sectors.

 

Program

A program will be regularly updated

17 October, Conference

The Conference program is structured into three blocks, combining lectures and panel discussions. The content of the blocks is prepared so as to provide the audience with an all-roundview of the issue at hand. Chaired discussions will provide plenty of time to take questions from the floor. 

The Conference will also present vehicles made by leading car manufacturers and other products and services for electromobility.

Moderators: Nikita Poljakov, Economia and Martin Cmíral, LEEF Technologies.
The Conference will be simultaneously interpreted.

On-line queries: sli.do event code: #e-mobcz twitter: #e-mobcz

The Conference begins at 8:30 and ends at 17:30, followed by a cocktail reception.

8:00

      Registration and Welcome coffee

8:30 - 8:40

      Introductory remarks by organisers

8:40 - 11:00

SESSION 1: PROSPECTS FOR ELECTROMOBILITY IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC

  The Vision of Electromobility in the Czech Republic
          Karel Havlíček (Minister of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic)
    
  The future of electromobility - the view by CEZ Group and Skoda Auto
          Pavel Cyrani (Chief Sales and Strategy Officer, ČEZ, a.s.)
          Luboš Vlček (Director, ŠKODA AUTO Česká republika)
    
  High-level panel: Development of charging infrastructure and services
          Pavel Cyrani (Chief Sales and Strategy Officer, ČEZ, a.s.)
          Martin Záklasník (CEO, E.ON Česká republika, s.r.o.)
          Pavel Elis (CEO, Pražská energetika, a.s.)
          Zdeněk Kaplan (CEO, innogy Energo, s.r.o.)
   
    - What are the ambitions of the key developers and suppliers of public charging?  
    - Massive development of charging at parking places and fast charging hubs?
    - Will the power distribution network survive? What are the measures to be adopted?
    - What is the perspective of “electromobility services”?
   
  High-level panel: Challenges for vehicle development and charging technologies
          Jan Hurt (Managing Director, Porsche Česká republika, s.r.o.) 
          Petr Janeba (Head of Marketing ČR, ŠKODA AUTO Česká republika)
          Vladimír Janypka (Director of ABB Elektrotechnology Division, ABB, s.r.o.)
          Pavel Tomášek (Sales Director, Hyundai Motor Czech, s.r.o.)
          Tomáš Hüner (Director of Smart Infrastructure, Siemens, s.r.o.)
   
    - What are the electromobility plans of the key Czech market players?
    - How do they perceive electromobility support in the Czech Republic compared to other countries
    - How will the development of charging technologies look like? Do we ever recharge for 500 km
      in 15 min? When?
    - When electromobility will become competitive without subsidies? 

11:00 - 11:20

     Coffee Break

11:20 - 13:20

SESSION 2: MARKET AND TECHNOLOGY TRENDS

  Electromobility Trends 
          Mubarak Moosa (Director – Mobility & Branch Director – CEE, Frost & Sullivan) 
   
    - What is happening globally and in Europe? And in Central Europe?
    - EV range is extending, charging is shortening, price is decreasing – how much, how fast?
    - What are the battery trends? Will Europe manage to catch up with Asia?
    - What is the real environmental effect of electromobility?
    - Is there anything that could stop the electromobility boom?
   
  EV technologies Panel
          Bruno Ahrens (Head of Prod. Mng. Electrified Powertrain, Robert Bosch GmbH)
          Marek Trešl (Product Manager, Hyundai Motor Czech, s.r.o.) 
          Zdeněk Petzl (Managing Director, AutoSAP)
   
    - What are the current EVs construction differences?
    - How do the key parameters evolve (range, power, consumption etc.)?
    - What are the trends in the development of drivetrains, batteries, electronics etc.?
    - How do EVs compare with ICE vehicles?
   
  Charging Systems Panel
          Petr Füzék (Head of e-Mobility & Alternative Fuels, W.A.G. payment solution, a.s.)
          Doron Frenkel (CEO, Driivz)
          Philipp Janzen (Market Development Manager, Hubject GmbH)
          Miroslav Kuželka (E-mobility Product and Marketing Director, ABB, s.r.o.)
   
    - What are the features of the current charging systems and how do they evolve?
    - What is smart charging and what is its commercial potential?
    - What is in the current fleet charging IT solutions?
    - What kind of charging stations will be installed in the next five years?

13:20 - 14:20

      Break/lunch

14:20 - 15:35

SESSION 3: PUBLIC CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE

  The Public Charging Development in the Czech Republic
          Tomáš Čoček  (1st Deputy Minister of Transport of the Czech Republic)
   
    - How should the public charging network develop in the next five years?
    - What is the key electromobility policy and legislation agenda in the Czech Republic?
    - Will there be any updates in the National Clean Mobility Plan? Is it progressing well?
   
  Public Charging Evolution in Europe
        Alexander Lewis-Jones (EVs & Electricity Research Manager, Delta Energy and Environment)
   
    - How do public charging networks evolve in different EU countries?
    - What are the technology and business model trends?
    - What can be recommended for the Czech Republic?
   
  Charging Infrastructure Panel
          Tomáš Chmelík (Head of Clean Technologies, ČEZ, a.s.)
          Martin Klíma (Head of Mobility Services, E.ON Energie, a.s.)
          Stanislav Votruba (Head of Network Conceptual Design, PREdistribuce, a,s,)
    
    - How fast will the charging network development really be?
    - What kind of technologies will be deployed?
    - How will be the public charging market organised? What is the function of CPOs and EMPs?
    - What are the necessary legislation adjustments from the viewpoint of distribution operators?
    - Will stationary batteries be used for grid connection optimisation?

15:35 - 15:55

      Coffee Break

15:55 - 17:15

SESSION 4: URBAN ELECTROMOBILITY

  Urban Electromobility – a case study from Netherlands
          Lutske Lindeman (Programme Manager Electric Mobility, City of Rotterdam)
    
   - The origin and the development of the Rotterdam electromobility program.
   - What is its content and what are the lessons learnt?
   - What are its current issues and what are its future challenges?
   
  Electromobility in the City of Prague  
           Jaromír Beránek (Member of the Prague City Assembly; City of Prague)
           Václav Novotný (Sustainable mobility planner, Institute of Planning and Development
           of the City of Prague)
   
    - What are the electromobility plans for Prague?
    - What are the supporting mechanisms?
    - Which charging models does Prague prefer?
    - What is the role of electromobility in the overall transport planning?
    - What is the expected contribution to the city’s future carbon neutrality?
   
  Developing urban (fast) charging infrastructure – experience from Germany
          Amadeus Regerbis (Head of charging infrastructure & partnerships, EnBW
   
   - Public AC charging infrastructure to support electric car sharing.
   - Finding partners to provide EV drivers DC fast charging opportunities.
   - Scalability in urban areas – how to design charging hubs?
   
  Urban elektromobility – panel discussion
        Speakers of the Urban Elektromobility Session
   
    - What is the urban electromobility experience in the Czech Republic so far?
    - What are existing and anticipated support mechanisms for urban electromobility?
    - What to take from lessons learnt abroad?

17:15 - 17:25

   Summary and Conclusion Remarks

17:25 - 18:30

EXIBITION

  Partners Presentations; Cocktail Reception  
    - Presentation of vehicles made by leading car manufacturers and other electromobility products and services.  

18 October, Workshop

Fleet Electrification and Related Topics

The workshop will focus on the future users of electric cars, investors and the administrators of electric car fleets. 

The workshop will be in Czech language only.

  • Current vehicle models, technology, and prices
  • IT systems for electromobility: a systematic overview of the functionality
  • Charging solutions for small and large organizations
  • Integration in company IT systems
  • Charging solutions in buildings and car parks
  • Integration with RES, accumulation, and intelligent building management
  • Discussion on the practical issues involved in implementing charging solutions

Speakers

 

Karel Havlíček

Karel Havlíček

Minister of Industry and Trade

Ministerstvo průmyslu a obchodu

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Tomáš Čoček

Tomáš Čoček

1st. Deputy Minister of Transport

Ministry of Transport

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Pavel Cyrani

Pavel Cyrani

Member of the Board of Directors, Chief Sales and Strategy Officer

ČEZ, a.s.

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Luboš Vlček

Luboš Vlček

Director

ŠKODA AUTO Česká republika

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Vladimír Janypka

Vladimír Janypka

Ředitel divize ABB Elektrotechnika

ABB, s.r.o.

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Martin Záklasník

Martin Záklasník

CEO

E.ON Czech Republic, s.r.o.

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Pavel Elis

Pavel Elis

Chairman of the Board, CEO

Pražská energetika, a. s.

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Pavel Tomášek

Pavel Tomášek

Sales director

Hyundai Motor Czech, s.r.o.

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Zdeněk Kaplan

Zdeněk Kaplan

CEO

innogy Energo, s.r.o.

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Tomáš Hüner

Tomáš Hüner

Director of Smart Infrastructure

Siemens, s.r.o.

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Jan Hurt

Jan Hurt

CEO

Porsche Česká republika, s.r.o.

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Petr Janeba

Petr Janeba

Head of Marketing

ŠKODA AUTO Česká republika

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Mubarak Moosa

Mubarak Moosa

Director - Consulting (Mobility) & Branch Director - CEE

Frost and Sullivan

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Bruno Ahrens

Bruno Ahrens

Head of Product Management Electrified Powertrain

Robert Bosch GmbH

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Marek Trešl

Marek Trešl

Product Manager

Hyundai Motor Czech, s.r.o.

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Zdeněk Petzl

Zdeněk Petzl

Executiv director

Czech Automotive Industry Association

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Petr Füzék

Petr Füzék

Head of eMobility and alternative fuels

W.A.G. payment solutions, a.s.

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Doron Frenkel

Doron Frenkel

Founder & CEO

Driivz

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Philipp Janzen

Philipp Janzen

Manager Market Development CEE

Hubject GmbH

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Miroslav Kuželka

Miroslav Kuželka

E-mobility Product and Marketing Director

ABB, s.r.o.

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Jaromír Beránek

Jaromír Beránek

Member of the Prague City Assembly

City of Prague

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Václav Novotný

Václav Novotný

Sustainable mobility planner

Institute of Planning and Development of the City of Prague

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Alexander Lewis-Jones

Alexander Lewis-Jones

EVs & Electricity Research Manager

Delta Energy and Enviroment

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Tomáš Chmelík

Tomáš Chmelík

Head of Clean Technologies department

ČEZ, a.s.

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Martin Klíma

Martin Klíma

Head of Mobility Services

E.ON Energie, a.s.

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Stanislav Votruba

Stanislav Votruba

Head of Network Conceptual Design Unit

PREdistribuce, a.s.

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Amadeus Regerbis

Amadeus Regerbis

Head of charging infrastructure & partnerships e-mobility

EnBW Energie Baden-Wuerttemberg AG

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Lutske Lindeman

Lutske Lindeman

Programme Manager Electric Mobility

City of Rotterdam

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Lubor Myslík

Lubor Myslík

Electromobility Product Manager

ČEZ ESCO, a.s.

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Martin Šilar

Martin Šilar

Head of Emobility

Siemens, s.r.o.

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Vojtěch Fried

Vojtěch Fried

Head of e-Mobility and Smart City

Pražská energetika, a.s.

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Filip Vančura

Filip Vančura

Project manager

LEEF Technologies, s.r.o.

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Martin Cmíral

Martin Cmíral

Director

LEEF Technologies, s.r.o.

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Nikita Poljakov

Nikita Poljakov

Deputy Editor in Chief HN

Economia, a.s.

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You can become a Forum partner

We will be happy to offer you a sponsorship package specifically designed for your target group. As an exhibitor, you can present your electromobility products and/or services.

 

Why to become a Forum partner:

  • The Forum will gather the most influential managers and experts from the field of electromobility in the Czech Republic, Slovakia and other countries. Being a sponsor will help you establish personal contacts with your clients and open up new business opportunities.
  • Your target group is the same as our target group. You will meet a group of senior company managers and municipal representatives.
  • The modern settings of Forum Karlin are the best fit for presenting your vehicles or other electromobility products and services. 
  • You will have the opportunity to feature your profile and logo in the forum leaflets and brochures, as well as the on banners and rollouts at the venue itself. 
  • Active marketing, an intense cooperation with our media partners and the appearance of the event in professional journals will ensure the widespread reach of your advertisement. 


Contact us and we will find the ideal option for you

I want to become a partner

 

Presentations given at the forum 

The Vision of Electromobility in the Czech Republic

Karel Havlíček, Ministr průmyslu a obchodu České republiky

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The future of electromobility - the view by CEZ Group

Pavel Cyrani, ČEZ, a.s.

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The future of electromobility - the view by Skoda Auto

Luboš Vlček, ŠKODA AUTO Česká republika

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High-level panel: Development of charging infrastructure and services

Pavel Elis, Pražská energetika, a.s.

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High-level panel: Development of charging infrastructure and services

Zdeněk Kaplan, innogy Energo, s.r.o.

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High-level panel: Challenges for vehicle development and charging technologies

Jan Hurt, Porsche Česká republika, s.r.o.

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High-level panel: Challenges for vehicle development and charging technologies

Petr Janeba, ŠKODA AUTO Česká republika

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High-level panel: Challenges for vehicle development and charging technologies

Vladimír Janypka, ABB, s.r.o.

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High-level panel: Challenges for vehicle development and charging technologies

Pavel Tomášek, Hyundai Motor Czech, s.r.o.

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High-level panel: Challenges for vehicle development and charging technologies

Tomáš Hüner, Siemens, s.r.o.

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Electromobility Trends

Mubarak Moosa, Frost & Sullivan

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EV technologies Panel

Bruno Ahrens, Robert Bosch GmbH

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EV technologies Panel

Marek Trešl, Hyundai Motor Czech, s.r.o.

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EV technologies Panel

Zdeněk Petzl, AutoSAP

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Charging Systems Panel

Petr Füzék, W.A.G. payment solution, a.s

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Charging Systems Panel

Doron Frenkel, Driivz

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Charging Systems Panel

Philipp Janzen, Hubject GmbH

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Charging Systems Panel

Miroslav Kuželka, ABB, s.r.o.

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The Public Charging Development in the Czech Republic

Tomáš Čoček, Ministerstvo dopravy

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Public Charging Evolution in Europe

Alexander Lewis-Jones, Delta Energy and Environment

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Charging Infrastructure Panel

Tomáš Chmelík, ČEZ, a.s.

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Charging Infrastructure Panel

Stanislav Votruba, PREdistribuce, a.s.

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Urban Electromobility – a case study from Netherlands

Lutske Lindeman, City of Rotterdam

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Electromobility in the City of Prague

Jaromír Beránek, Magistrát HMP; Václav Novotný, IPR Praha

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Developing urban (fast) charging infrastructure

Amadeus Regerbis, EnBW

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Venue

karlin

FORUM KARLÍN Pernerova 51, 186 00, Praha 8 www.forumkarlin.cz

Forum Karlín is located in the heart of the Prague, district of Karlín, near the city centre.

How to get to FORUM KARLÍN:  
https://www.forumkarlin.cz/Contact/en

There are many options for hotel accommodation in the vicinity of Forum Karlin. Royal Prague hotel and Pentahotel Prague are among the closest ones, approx. 500 metres away.

www.hotelroyalprague.com/en/
www.pentahotels.com

 

Contact

Please do not hesitate to contact us.

Ivana Cmíralová
+420 602 26 04 04
elektromobilita@leef.cz

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Office:
LEEF Technologies, s.r.o.
Forum Karlin, Pernerova 676/51
186 00 Praha 8, Czech Republic

Registered Seat:
Ořechová 1789/28
182 00 Praha 8, Czech Republic

Company ID: 29000793, TAX ID: CZ 29000793
The company is registered in the Commercial Register of the Municipal Court in Prague, Section C, Insert 159030.

Bank Account:
Raiffeisenbank a.s., Praha 
Account No.: 502 911 3001/5500 CZK/EUR
IBAN:  CZ1355000000005029113001
BIC:    RZBC CZ PP

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