Tuesday 10 November
14:00 – 15:30
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What is the impact of the accelerated fossil fuel and hybrid vehicle sales ban on the electricity network?
Our next electric vehicle and electricity system forum will look at the latest changes to the ban on the sale of new Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) and hybrid cars and vans, and the implications for the electricity network. How can the electricity system deliver on the updated ambition from government? What are the new uptake trajectories for EV numbers and charging infrastructure; what are the main electricity infrastructure barriers to uptake; which market failures still need to be addressed?
The webinar will hear from industry leaders in the EV sector debating progress and examining the future for this growing infrastructure opportunity.
We will be joined by:
- Paul van Heyningen, deputy director, net zero electricity networks, BEIS
- Sara Sloman, zero emission mobility, energy and infrastructure, Foot Anstey LLP
- Naomi Nye, EV sales manager UK, Alfen
- Olly Frankland, project manager, Regen
Sara Sloman, zero emission mobility, energy and infrastructure, Foot Anstey LLP
Sara has delivered project management for the “Local Sustainable Transport Fund” and has more recently been leading on Go Ultra Low West project for North Somerset Council. After receiving the GreenFleet EV Champion Award in 2018 and featuring on the EV100 list in 2019 and 2020, Sara was invited to participate in an exchange visit with the Dutch embassy to explore how Holland has embraced electric mobility and clean energy.
Naomi was the company’s second employee in the UK, hired specifically to help strategically grow it’s smart electric vehicle charging business. Considered something of an EV veteran, Naomi has worked in the industry since 2014. As well as a thorough understanding of the EV market in the UK, Naomi has practical experience of working with large clients utilising smart features and intelligent load balancing solutions.
Paul van Heyningen, deputy director for Net Zero Electricity Networks, BEIS.
Paul’s team works to ensure electricity networks are ready for the transition to electric vehicles and other low carbon technologies as we move towards net zero emissions. Paul is a career civil servant who has held a wide range of posts in the UK Government, with a focus on energy, climate change and environmental policy, and most recently relating to the UK’s exit from the European Union. He has a scientific background, with a PhD in molecular neurobiology.