The fourth annual Conference on the present and the future of electromobility and hydrogen mobility

 

 
October 14 - 15 2021
FORUM KARLÍN, SPOJKA EVENTS

 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. 

 

The Electromobility Forum brings you a range of lectures and discussions focused on the key agenda of electromobility, hydrogen mobility and practical topics of fleet electrification.


The Forum is structured into four parts:

1

DAY 1 OF THE CONFERENCE
October 14, Forum Karlín

Electromobility: seven sessions focused on the key electromobility agenda, with the participation of foreign experts and sufficient time for questions from the audience

2

DAY 2 OF THE CONFERENCE 
October 15, Spojka Events

Large Vehicles and Hydrogen: conference on hydrogen and battery trucks and buses, and on the related infrastructure

3

EXHIBITION
October 14, Forum Karlín

An exhibition of vehicles and electromobility products and services which will accompany the conference

4

WORKSHOP
October 15, Worklounge

Fleet Electrification: The workshop is focused on practical topics of fleet electrification in companies or public organizations

 
 

We will focus on the following main topics

What types of vehicle and what technology and trends can we expect on the market in the next few years? 

What is the perspective of electric cars in company fleets?

How is public charging infrastructure and urban mobility evolving? 

What should we expect from regulation, public support and the social impact of electromobility? 

How do the investment and operational comparisons of hydrogen, battery and diesel vehicles look like?

 

Who is the forum for?

For all those interested in the boom of electromobility

Companies with small and large fleets of cars, trucks and buses

State and public authorities 

Municipalities

Suppliers of electromobility and hydrogen mobility products and services 

Leasing companies and banks

 

 

The Forum is organized by media house 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 HN.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

Program Electromobility Forum 2021 to download

 

Electromobility Conference
Thursday, October 14, Forum Karlin

The conference will be simultaneously interpreted into Czech/English
Conference moderators: Martin Cmíral (Director, LEEF Technologies) and Eva Srpová (Head of Auto, Economia)
On-line queries: sli.do event code: #emobcz twitter: #emobcz
 
At the beginning of the conference, the Czech Republic’s biggest electromobility players will provide their visions and plans. This will be followed by presentations and discussions covering current key electromobility topics: the electrification of fleets, infrastructure development, comparing EVs with ICE vehicles, the role of the EU and the government, urban electromobility development and the latest technological innovations related to electromobility.

8:30 - 9:00

        Registration and welcome coffee

9:00 - 9:10

        Introduction by organisers

9:10 - 10:10

1.   THE BIGGEST PLAYERS‘ VISION OF ELECTROMOBILITY   

 

Where is Czech electromobility heading? Is the transformation of the automotive sector realistic? Will there be a gigafactory in the Czech Republic? How does the petrochemical industry plan to cope with electromobility? What is going well and where are the gaps? What are the big players planning?

   
  Electromobility of tomorrow's clean energy
          Pavel Čmelík (Director, New Ventures Development, ČEZ)
       -  Today's electromobility in the CEZ Group
       -  Visions and goals for the electromobility eco-system for 2030
       -  Key attributes of electromobility development in the Czech Republic
   
  The future of hydrogen electromobility
          Tomasz Wiatrak (CEO, ORLEN Unipetrol)
       -  CZK 30 billion for sustainable products, renewables, recycling and biofuels
       -  The growing role of alternative drives
       -  Development of a hydrogen infrastructure in the Czech Republic
   
  Emission-free mobility / the future of ŠKODA AUTO
          Jiří Maláček (Director of Sales and Marketing, ŠKODA AUTO)
       -  New EU green policy and the transition to a low carbon economy
       -  Visions and goals for the electromobility eco-system for 2030
       -  ŠA strategy for the e-mobility eco-system

10:10 - 11:00

2.   INFRASTRUCTURE: CHARGING SOLUTIONS, TECHNOLOGIES, SPEED OF PUBLIC INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT

 

Will there be enough electricity for electromobility? Will the electric grid cope? How are distribution companies preparing? How are electromobility services evolving? What is new in interoperability and roaming? Getting ready for "smart charging".

   
  Panel discussion
          Pavel Elis (CEO, Pražská energetika)
          Vladimír Janypka (Director of ABB Elektrotechnika, ABB)
          Martin Klíma (Head of Mobility Services, E.ON CZ)
          Szabolcs Balogh (Managing Director, MVM Mobiliti)

11:00 - 11:15

        Coffee break

11:15 - 12:15

3.   FLEET ELECTRIFICATION 

 

How are the sales of EVs developing? The electrification of fleets begins, when will it become mainstream? What are the main problems? What does a typical fleet electrification project look like? What are the experiences and plans of companies with large fleets?

   
  Current state of the market and introduction to the topic
          Petr Knap (Partner, EY Consulting)
       -  The EV sales evolution in the Czech Republic, including B2B
       -  Attitude of companies towards electromobility and the priorities of fleet managers
       -  The complexity of the commencing transition to company EVs
   
  Transition to electromobility in Komerční banka
          Tomáš Talaš (Head of Employees Services, Komerční banka)
       -  By 2025, electric cars will comprise at least 80 % of KB’s fleet
       -  By 2026, KB would like to become a carbon-neutral bank
       -  KB views sustainability from the perspective of three pillars: environmental, social and economic
   
  Panel discussion
          Miroslav Holan (Head of the Development of the Business Network, ŠKODA AUTO)
          Martin Saitz (General Director, Hyundai Motor Czech)
          Jan Hurt (General Manager, Porsche Czech Republic)
          Arnošt Barna (Managing Director, Kia Czech)
          Tomáš Talaš (Head of Employees Services, Komerční banka)
          Petr Knap (Partner, EY Consulting)

12:15 - 13:10

4.   COMBUSTION ENGINES VS. BATTERIE VS. FUEL CELLS: COMPARISON OF TECHNOLOGIES, COSTS, CARBON FOOTPRINTS

 

The myths and the reality of battery electric cars: costs, operation, emissions. How is it now and what can be expected? What about hydrogen (fuel cells) – is it only for large vehicles?

   
  An introduction to the comparison of ICE, BEV and FCEV drives and the main myths of electromobility
           Auke Hoekstra (Program Director NEON Research, Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands)
       -  Costs (TCO) and operation differences of battery electric vehicles vs. fuel cell vehicles vs. ICE vehicles
       -  Do EVs emit more CO2 than ICEs over their life cycle?
       -  Where are the closest hydrogen applications?
   
  Panel discussion
           Jochen Walther (Director, System Engineering Fuel Cell, Robert Bosch GmbH, Germany)
           Marek Trešl (Product & Marketing Director, Hyundai Motor Czech)
           Jiří Vršínský (Developer of Hydrogen Applications, Devinn)

13:10 - 14:00

      Lunch break

14:00 - 14:40

5.   DEVELOPMENT OF ELECTROMOBILITY POLICY, LEGISLATION AND STATE AID

 

Electromobility in the context of EU green policy. How does the EU address popular EV criticisms: high price, lack of interest, slow infrastructure development, emissions? How does the Czech Republic support and plans to support electromobility? What legislation is being developed?

   
  Climate, transport, electromobility and Europe
          Luděk Niedermayer (Member of the European Parliament, EU parliament)
       -  Where do emissions come from and why electromobility?
       -  How to do it (and not how to explain why it doesn't work)
       -  Europe and batteries
   
  Support for electromobility in the Czech Republic and new CO2 emission targets for new passenger cars and light commercial vehicles
          Eduard Muřický (Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade)
       -  Possibilities for supporting electromobility in the Czech Republic after 2021 in comparison with the previous period
       -  Introduction to the amendment to the regulation changing CO2 emission limits for new passenger cars and light commercial vehicles
   

14:40 - 15:30

6.   URBAN ELECTROMOBILITY

 

What does a city have to do to develop electromobility? What are the technological considerations of charging infrastructure development? Individual electric cars vs. public transport. What experiences and inspirations can be drawn upon from other countries? What is Prague doing? 

   
  Foreword
          Zdeněk Hřib (Mayor, Capital City of Prague)     
   
  Development of the Rotterdam public charging infrastructure - Best Practice from the Netherlands
          Roy Blok (Country Director Benelux, Last Mile Solutions, Netherlands)
       -  Who is Last Mile Solutions
       -  Vision on Public Charging
       -  Best Practice - City of Rotterdam
   
  Development plan for the city's public charging infrastructure in Prague
          Matej Šandor (Deputy Chairman of the Board, Finance, Services and Business Development Section Director, ICT Operator)
       -  Long-term plan for charging infrastructure development in Prague until 2030
       -  Current state of project preparation for the network of public charging stations in Prague: scope, implementation model, synergies with the reconstruction of public lighting and other aspects

15:30 - 15:45

        Coffee break

15:45 - 17:25

7.  ELECTROMOBILITY AND INNOVATION

 

Electromobility brings innovations in a number of sectors, the most interesting topics include: What does the transformation of the production of drives from combustion to electric look like? What does the battery life cycle look like, including reuse and recycling? Will automakers become energy companies? What new IT applications for EVs can we expect in the near future?

   
  Second life of batteries, their energy and material recycling 
          Stanislav Cingroš (Development Manager, IBG Česko) 
       -  The concept of recycling Li-Ion batteries used in e-mobility, the context of the circular economy 
       -  Energy recycling 
       -  Material recycling 
   
  Transformation of production from combustion to electric drives
          Arun Rajeevan Krishnan (Plant Manager, Vitesco Technologies Czech Republic) 
       -  The future of electric cars from the perspective of Vitesco Technologies 
       -  What does the transformation towards electrification entail for the production site?
   
  A car manufacturer developing power company skills 
          Aron Lazarchick (Connectivity Product Owner, ŠKODA AUTO))
       -  ŠKODA AUTO as a power market participant? 
       -  Future energy mix 
       -  Opportunities for growth
   
  Systems to support public and corporate charging 
          Petr Füzék (Head of Electromobility, W.A.G. payment solutions)
       -  Transparency
       -  Easy operation
       -  Optimalization
   
  Huawei‘s vision and innovations in electromobility
          Miloslav Vejman (CEO of Olife Energy on behalf of Huawei)
       -  Our global market presence
       -  The technologies in EVs we focus on and how they evolve
       -  Power modules – way to accessible DC charging

17:25 - 17:30

        Summary and conclusion remarks

17:30 - 19:00

Presentation of partners and the cocktail brought to you by Huawei

  • Presentation of electric vehicles and related products by leading car manufacturers, electromobility services and other suppliers
  • For the first time, conference participants will be able to test drive selected electric cars

Large Vehicles and Hydrogen Conference
Friday, October 15, Spojka Events

The conference will be simultaneously interpreted into Czech/English
Conference moderators: Petr Füzék (Head of Electromobility, W.A.G. payment solutions) and Aleš Doucek (Head of Hydrogen Technology Department, ÚJV Řež)
On-line queries: sli.do event code: #emobcz twitter: #emobcz
  
Battery buses have been running in several cities and regions of the Czech Republic for a few years. Battery-powered vans have become available, heavier trucks are just beginning to be sold. "Green hydrogen" is a major topic and the EU is betting big on the technologies used in its production, distribution and use (involving subsidies). It is a long-distance run, but the first hydrogen bus projects are already underway, including several in the Czech Republic. The first heavy-duty hydrogen trucks started to operate in meaningful numbers in Switzerland recently.

8:30 - 9:00

        Registration and welcome coffee

9:00 - 9:10

        Introduction by the organizers and the moderator

9:10 - 10:30

1.   MARKET DEVELOPMENT, LEGISLATION AND PUBLIC SUPPORT IN THE CZECH REPUBLIC 

  What is the global perspective of hydrogen for transportation? What does the existing and forthcoming legislation on reducing CO2 emissions for freight and bus transport look like? Will road freight transport be part of the EU ETS? What will this mean for operators? What feasible technological options are available? What is the position of the Czech government? What subsidies are planned?
   
  The future of large road vehicles: batteries versus hydrogen 
          Martin Tengler (Lead Hydrogen Analyst, Bloomberg NEF, Tokyo)
       -  Economic comparison of battery and hydrogen vehicles, current and future
       -  Differences between countries: what impact does transport policy have?
       -  What to expect if we want to achieve carbon neutrality
   
  Legislation and support for the transition to emission-free freight and bus transport and the perspective of net mobility / electromobility in freight transport from the perspective of the Ministry of Transport
          Jan Bezděkovský (Commissioner for Clean Mobility, Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic)
       -  European regulation as a driving force for the development of clean freight transport
       -  Batteries versus hydrogen. Which way will European truck manufacturers go?
       -  Proposal for a regulation on the deployment of alternative fuels infrastructure, and the development of charging infrastructure for electric trucks
   
  Large electric vehicles - the future through the eyes of hauliers
          Vojtěch Hromíř (General Secretary, ČESMAD BOHEMIA)
       -  Operating conditions and costs are key. New technology must not reduce the quality of transport services and lead to disproportionate price increases.
       -  There is a common transport market in the EU, and competitiveness is important for Czech carriers.
       -  Under what conditions will they be able and capable of using large electric / hydrogen vehicles?
   
  Support programs prepared by the State Environmental Fund 
          Lukáš Urban (Head of department , State Environmental Fund of the Czech Republic)
       -  A unique opportunity to help the Czech Republic with the transition to carbon neutrality has opened
       -  There are billions of crowns in the Modernisation Fund, the National Recovery Fund and the Just Transition Fund. Will they transform the transport sector?

10:30 - 10:45

        Coffee break

10:45 - 12:40

2.   HYDROGEN MOBILITY 

  What projects are planned in the Czech Republic? Can the Czech Republic produce green hydrogen in sufficient volumes? What will its distribution look like? What is its price? Can it be sufficiently reduced? And how fast? What does the development of fuel cell technology entail? First lessons learnt on the commercial deployment of hydrogen trucks.
   
  Introductory remarks by the moderator
           Aleš Doucek (Head of Hydrogen Technology Department, ÚJV Řež)
   
  Green hydrogen: from production to filling station
           Martin Gajdoš (Director of Strategy, ORLEN Unipetrol)
       -  Ways of feasible hydrogen production
       -  What kind of hydrogen will we get at fueling stations?
       -  The future of hydrogen mobility and how to use its decarbonization potential
   
  Panel discussion: Hydrogen projects for transport in the Czech Republic 
           Aleš Laciok (Head of Research and Development, ČEZ)
           Martin Gajdoš (Director of Strategy, ORLEN Unipetrol)
           Aleš Doucek (Head of Hydrogen Technology Department, ÚJV Řež)
   
  Development of fuel cell drives
          Jochen Walther (Director System Engineering Fuel Cell, Bosch, Germany)
       -  Bosch expects a market for up to 3 million fuel cell vehicles by 2030 
       -  Prepares a portfolio of products for use in passenger cars, as well as light and heavy duty trucks
       -  Building on its experience, Bosch offers a number of customer-oriented business models and prepares for test field setup
   
  Hyundai XCIENT hydrogen trucks have already covered over 1 000 000 km in Switzerland
          Marek Trešl (Product & Marketing Director, Hyundai Motor Czech)
       -  Technical solution and key attributes
       -  Business model and expected payback
       -  Fuel-cell EV future and other uses
   
  Hydrogen in freight transport from the perspective of Eurowag
          Jan Laluch (Product Owner Alternative Fuels, W.A.G. payment solutions)
       -  Hydrogen among fuel alternatives in freight transport 
       -  Key requirements for customer adoption
       -  Is clean hydrogen its only application in transport? 

12:30 - 13:20

        Lunch break

13:20 - 14:00

3.   BATTERY AND HYDROGEN VEHICLES IN PUBLIC TRANSPORT

  Some Czech cities have been operating battery buses for many years, others are still considering it, and some are already preparing hydrogen bus projects. Of course, these concern not just the vehicles, but primarily charging and  filling infrastructure. What are the plans of two major urban transport companies in this area?
   
  Application of hydrogen technologies in public transport
          Daniel Morys (CEO, Dopravní podnik Ostrava)
       -  Filling stations
       -  Vehicles
       -  Subsidy opportunities
   
  Alternative drives in the buses of Prague’s public transport company 
          Jan Šurovský (Technical Director - Surface, Dopravní podnik hl. m. Prahy)
       -  New legislation, Prague‘s climate commitment and the availability of subsidies
       -  The concept of "partial electrification of bus transport": battery trolleybuses, hybrids and electric buses, hydrogen busesKoncept „částečné elektrifikace autobusové dopravy“: bateriové trolejbusy, hybridy 
       -  Plan for 2024 and a vision for the next period

14:00 - 15:20

4.   TECHNOLOGY OF BATTERY VEHICLES AND CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE

  What is the experience with battery trucks and buses so far? What about costs? When are batteries better than fuel cells? When will battery heavy duty trucks become available? What may the truck and buses charging infrastructure look like?
   
  Regional electrification of heavy trucks in Sweden
          Andreas Josefsson (Project Manager, CLOSER, Sweden)
       -  Project REEL (Regional Electrified Logistics)
       -  Demonstrating heavy duty trucks (<64 t) in commercial operations of regional logistics
   
  Scania Electric Vehicles
          Lukáš Turek (Pre-sales Analyst, Scania CER)
       -  Scania has been the first major heavy vehicles manufacturer receiving targets approval related to the fulfilment of the Paris agreement. We will introduce reasons that lead us to the sustainable transportation without fossil fuels
       -  New technologies mean new opportunities and a completely new approach. Scania does not offer just vehicles, we have solutions for electrification
       -  How will the near future look like? Scania will introduce a new product every year. But will BEVs be the only and universal way?
   
  Electromobility in Volvo Buses and Volvo Trucks
          Radko Manda (Sales Manager Volvo Buses, Volvo Group Czech Republic)
          Vladimír Myslík (Competence Development Manager, Volvo Group Czech Republic)
       -  The current and the future models
       -  Lessons learn from the pilot as well as commercial projects so far
       -  What do we expect in the Czech Republic?
   
  Chargers for large battery vehicles
          Miroslav Kuželka (E-mobility Product and Marketing Director)
       -  What do the present and the future of bus and truck charging technologies look like?
       -  Recharging in public transport has its clear rules, guidelines and EU standards. You have to stick to them, finding your own "home" solutions doesn't make sense. 

15:20 - 15:30

        Summary and conclusion remarks

Fleet Electrification Workshop 
October 15, Forum Karlín, Worklounge 5th floor

The workshop will be in Czech language only.

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

8:30 - 9:00

        Registration and welcome coffee

9:00 - 10:00

OVERVIEW OF CURRENT MODELS OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES SUITABLE FOR CORPORATE FLEETS

   
          Eva Srpová (Head of Auto section, Economia)
          Martin Přibyl (Auto section editor, Economia)

10:00 - 12:30

PRACTICAL ISSUES OF FLEET ELECTRIFICATION

  Moderated by Ivo Hykyš (Sales and Branch Manager DACH Region, Unicorn)
   
  Areas discussed:
 
  • Current vehicle models and technology 
  • Transition to elektromobility
  • Real experience
  • IT systems for electromobility
  • Charging solutions for small and large organizations
  • Models of financial savings
  • Project financing, incl. subsidies
  • Regulatory agenda

 

ČEZ, ŠKODA AUTO, Hyundai, Porsche ČR, Business Lease, PRE, ABB, E.ON, Innogy Energo, IBG, Eurowag, Unicorn, KIA Czech. Olife Enegy

Speakers

 

Pavel Cyrani

Pavel Cyrani

Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors, Chief Sales and Strategy Officer

ČEZ

Tomasz Wiatrak

Tomasz Wiatrak

Chairman of the Board, CEO

ORLEN Unipetrol

Jiří Maláček

Jiří Maláček

Director of Sales and Marketing

ŠKODA AUTO Česká republika

Zdeněk Hřib

Zdeněk Hřib

Mayor of the capital city of Prague

Prague

Luděk Niedermayer

Luděk Niedermayer

Member of the European Parliament

EU Parliament

Eduard Muřický

Eduard Muřický

Deputy Minister, Section of Industry

Ministerstvo průmyslu a obchodu

Martin Saitz

Martin Saitz

Managing Director

Hyundai Motor Czech

Pavel Elis

Pavel Elis

Chairman of the Board, CEO

Pražská energetika

Vladimír Janypka

Vladimír Janypka

Head of ABB Electrification

ABB

Szabolcs Balogh

Szabolcs Balogh

Managing Director

MVM Mobiliti

Jan Hurt

Jan Hurt

CEO

Porsche Česká republika s.r.o.

Arnošt Barna

Arnošt Barna

Managing Director

Kia Czech

Miroslav Holan

Miroslav Holan

Head of the Development of the Business Network

ŠKODA AUTO Česká republika

Petr Knap

Petr Knap

Partner

EY Consulting

Tomáš Talaš

Tomáš Talaš

Head of Employee Services

Komerční banka

Martin Gajdoš

Martin Gajdoš

Strategy & Business Analysis Director

Unipetrol

Aleš Laciok

Aleš Laciok

Head of Research and Development

ČEZ

Auke Hoekstra

Auke Hoekstra

Program Director NEON Research

Eindhoven University of Technology

Jochen Walther

Jochen Walther

Director, System Engineering Fuel Cell Systems

Robert Bosch

Marek Trešl

Marek Trešl

Product & Marketing Director

Hyundai Motor Czech

Luboš Hajský

Luboš Hajský

CEO

Devinn

Martin Tengler

Martin Tengler

Bloomberg NEF Lead Hydrogen Analyst

BloombergNEF, Tokyo Office

Daniel Morys

Daniel Morys

CEO

Dopravní podnik Ostrava

Matej Šandor

Matej Šandor

Deputy Chairman of the Board, Finance, Services and Business Development Section Director

Operátor ICT

Roy Blok

Roy Blok

Country Director Benelux

Last Mile Solutions

Stanislav Cingroš

Stanislav Cingroš

Development Manager

IBG Česko

Aron Lazarchick

Aron Lazarchick

Connectivity Product Owner

ŠKODA AUTO

Jakub Hrbek

Jakub Hrbek

Director of Energy projects, Air and Climate Protection department

State Environmental Fund of the Czech Republic

Andreas Josefsson

Andreas Josefsson

Project Manager

CLOSER

Miroslav Kuželka

Miroslav Kuželka

E-mobility Product and Marketing Director

ABB

Petr Füzék

Petr Füzék

Head of eMobility

W.A.G. payment solutions

Arun Rajeevan Krishnan

Arun Rajeevan Krishnan

Plant Manager

Vitesco Technologies Czech Republic

Jan Šurovský

Jan Šurovský

Technical Director - Surface

Dopravní podnik hl.m. Prahy

Lukáš Turek

Lukáš Turek

Pre-sales Analyst

Scania CER

Radko Manda

Radko Manda

Sales Manager Volvo Buses

Volvo Group Czech Republic

Miroslav Vejman

Miroslav Vejman

CEO

Olife Energy

Vladimír Myslík

Vladimír Myslík

Competence Development Manager

Volvo Group Czech Republic

Aleš Doucek

Aleš Doucek

Head of Hydrogen Technology Department

ÚJV Řež

Vojtěch Hromíř

Vojtěch Hromíř

General Secretary

ČESMAD BOHEMIA

Jan Bezděkovský

Jan Bezděkovský

MD Commissioner for Clean Mobility

Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic

Jakub Kostrba

Jakub Kostrba

Digital Backbone Business Owner

Business Lease

Jan Laluch

Jan Laluch

Product owner Alternative Fuels

W.A.G. payment solution

Ivo Hykyš

Ivo Hykyš

Sales and Branch Manager DACH Region

Unicorn

Tomáš Knespl

Tomáš Knespl

E-mobility Business Development Manager

ČEZ ESCO a.s.

Petr Holeček

Petr Holeček

Corporate Sales manager Volkswagen

Porsche Česká republika s.r.o.

Michal Nykl

Michal Nykl

Fleet Sales Coordinator

ŠKODA AUTO

Vojtěch Fried

Vojtěch Fried

Head of e-Mobility and Smart City

Pražská energetika

Martin Klíma

Martin Klíma

Head of Mobility Services

E.ON Energie

Josef Kopinec

Josef Kopinec

Country and LBU EPMV Fleet Manager

ABB

Václav Vodrážka

Václav Vodrážka

Manager Emobility, Charge Stations and Infrastructure

innogy Energo

David Nurkovič

David Nurkovič

Product Owner eFleet Management

W.A.G. payment solutions

Jakub Řehounek

Jakub Řehounek

Business Development Manager

Kia Czech

Petr Martinec

Petr Martinec

R&D Director

Olife Energy

Martin Přibyl

Martin Přibyl

Auto section editor

Economia

Eva Srpová

Eva Srpová

Head of Auto section

Economia

Martin Cmíral

Martin Cmíral

Director

LEEF Technologies

Partners  


GENERAL PARTNER

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MAIN PARTNERS
 

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E.ON_RGB              EY       Bosch_SL-cz_4C_L 

  

MB-star_L_3Coffice             Huawei            innogy_logo_S_p_RGB            IBG    

 

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PARTNERS

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Eurowag            DEL_NEW_future_technology_delivered_1         vitesco

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IN COOPERATION WITH

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AKU-BAT                CESMAD


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UNDER THE AUSPICES

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MEDIA PARTNERS

                         

     hybrid.cz      Fdrive     

Prumyslova ekologie logo            Komunalni ekologie

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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:

  • Forum Electromobility is a part of a wider media series which includes a coverage of the current electromobility topics in printed and online titles of Economia. In addition to the presentation at the event itself, we offer our partners a participation in the accompanying media communication.
  • 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. 
  • We will place the logo of your company in the conference materials which will be published prior to the event (advertisements, invitations, program, website). The moderators will thank the partners at the beginning and end of the conference, the logos will be projected during the conference, between the presentations and during coffee breaks.

Contact us and we will find the ideal option for you

I want to become a partner

 

Presentations given at the forum 

Electromobility of tomorrow's clean energy

Pavel Čmelík (Director, New Ventures Development, ČEZ)

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The future of hydrogen electromobility

Tomasz Wiatrak (Generální ředitel, ORLEN Unipetrol)

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Emission-free mobility / the future of ŠKODA AUTO

Jiří Maláček (Vedoucí prodeje a marketingu, ŠKODA AUTO)

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Current state of the market and introduction to the topic

Petr Knap (Partner, EY Consulting)

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Transition to electromobility in Komerční banka

Tomáš Talaš (Head of Employees Services, Komerční banka)

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An introduction to the comparison of ICE, BEV and FCEV drives and the main myths of electromobility

Auke Hoekstra (Program Director NEON Research, Eindhoven University of Technology, Nizozemsko)

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Climate, transport, electromobility and Europe

Luděk Niedermayer (Member of the European Parliament, EU parlament)

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Support for electromobility in the Czech Republic and new CO2 emission targets for new passenger cars and light commercial vehicles

Eduard Muřický (Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade)

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Development of the Rotterdam public charging infrastructure - Best Practice from the Netherlands

Roy Blok (Country Director Benelux, Last Mile Solutions, Nizozemí)

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Development plan for the city's public charging infrastructure in Prague

Matej Šandor (Deputy Chairman of the Board, Finance, Services and Business Development Section Director, ICT Operator)

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Second life of batteries, their energy and material recycling

Stanislav Cingroš (Development Manager, IBG Česko)

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Transformation of production from combustion to electric drives

Arun Rajeevan Krishnan (Plant Manager, Vitesco Technologies Czech Republic)

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A car manufacturer developing power company skills

Aron Lazarchick (Connectivity Product Owner, ŠKODA AUTO))

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Systems to support public and corporate charging

Petr Füzék (Head of Electromobility, W.A.G. payment solutions)

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Huawei‘s vision and innovations in electromobility

Miroslav Vejman (Výkonný ředitel Olife Energy jménem společnosti Huawei)

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The future of large road vehicles: batteries versus hydrogen

Martin Tengler (Lead Hydrogen Analyst, Bloomberg NEF, Tokio)

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Legislation and support for the transition to emission-free freight and bus transport and the perspective of net mobility / electromobility in freight transport from the perspective of the Ministry of Transport

Jan Bezděkovský (Commissioner for Clean Mobility, Ministry of Transport of the Czech Republic)

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Large electric vehicles - the future through the eyes of hauliers

Vojtěch Hromíř (General Secretary, ČESMAD BOHEMIA)

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Support programs prepared by the State Environmental Fund

Lukáš Urban (Head of the Public Energy Department, Státní fond životního prostředí ČR)

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Green hydrogen: from production to filling station

Martin Gajdoš (Ředitel strategie, ORLEN Unipetrol)

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Development of fuel cell drives

Jochen Walther (Director System Engineering Fuel Cell, Bosch, Germany)

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Hyundai XCIENT hydrogen trucks have already covered over 1 000 000 km in Switzerland

Marek Trešl (Product & Marketing Director, Hyundai Motor Czech)

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Hydrogen in freight transport from the perspective of Eurowag

Jan Laluch (Product Owner Alternative Fuels, W.A.G. payment solutions)

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Application of hydrogen technologies in public transport

Daniel Morys (Generální ředitel, Dopravní podnik Ostrava)

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Alternative drives in the buses of Prague’s public transport company

Jan Šurovský (Technical Director - Surface, Dopravní podnik hl. m. Prahy)

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Regional electrification of heavy trucks in Sweden

Andreas Josefsson (Project Manager, CLOSER, Švédsko)

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Scania Electric Vehicles

Lukáš Turek (Pre-sales Analyst, Scania CER)

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Electromobility in Volvo Buses and Volvo Trucks

Radko Manda (Sales Manager Volvo Buses, Volvo Group Czech Republic), Vladimír Myslík (Competence Development Manager, Volvo Group Czech Republic)

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Chargers for large battery vehicles

Miroslav Kuželka (E-mobility Product and Marketing Director)

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Overview of current models of electric vehicles suitable for corporate fleets

Eva Srpová (Head of Auto section, Economia), Martin Přibyl (Auto section editor, Economia)

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Venue

 FK         Spojka

Conference Electromobility:

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

Conference Large vehicles and hydrogen:

SPOJKA KARLÍN Pernerova 35, 186 00 Praha 8  www.spojujeme.cz/spojka-events

Both, Forum Karlín and Spojka Karlin, are located in the heart of the Prague, district of Karlín, near the city centre.

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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