Alexandre PAQUOT

Schedule: Head of Road Transport Unit, DG CLIMA – European Commission
  • Alexandre Paquot currently heads the Road Transport Unit in DG CLIMA at the European Commission. He started this role in January 2016 and his unit closely follows fuel and CO2 emissions from vehicles. Before leading the Road Transport Unit, Mr Paquot was the Head of Unit on Monitoring, Reporting & Verification (MRV). In this role he worked to support the evaluation of climate policy. His main responsibilities were domestic and international MRV and governance of the Energy Union. Previously, Mr Paquot served as an Assistant to DG CLIMA’s Director General. Prior to this, he was team leader on Industrial Emissions within DG ENV. Mr Paquot’s first position within the Commission was in the Waste Management Unit of DG ENV. Prior to his work in the Commission, he has been Head of Unit for Health & Environment in the French Ministry of Environment.

  • E-Mobility Outlook, from local implementation to international coordination - Tuesday 21th from 9:00 to 10:30am

Alexandre PAQUOT
Schedule: Head of Road Transport Unit, DG CLIMA – European Commission

Cécile GOUBET

Schedule: General Secretary, AVERE France, France
  • Cécile is General secretary of the French association for electric mobility. For more than ten years she worked on delivering solutions to decarbonize the economy at international, European and national level. After working in various public and private companies, she chose to focus on one aspect of the energy and climate transition: the transport sector. For Cecile, electric mobility is an absolute key driver to achieve the goal of developing a low carbon and competitive economy.

  • E-Mobility Outlook, from local implementation to international coordination - Tuesday 21th from 9:00 to 10:30am

Cécile GOUBET
Schedule: General Secretary, AVERE France, France

Cristina CORCHERO

Schedule: Head of the Energy Systems Analytics Group at IREC
  • Dra. Cristina Corchero is Group Leader of the Energy Systems Analytics Group at IREC. She holds a doctorate degree in Statistics and Operation Research (UPC, 2011). Her research focuses on the application of advanced optimization models and tools to electricity markets (aggregator agent design), smart grid, smart communities, electric vehicle and hybrid systems. Dr. Corchero has led and participated in several European, national, regional and industrial projects. She leads Vehicle-Grid-Integration in tasks 28 “Home Grids and V2X Technologies” at the Hybrid and Electrical Vehicle TCP from the IEA (International Energy Agency). Results of the research done Corchero participated in 68 research works published, from them 18 in peer-review journals. Moreover, she has presented these results on several national and international conferences, workshops and seminars.

  • Smart Charging, V2X - Wednesday, May 22nd - 09:00 am to 10:30 am

Cristina CORCHERO
Schedule: Head of the Energy Systems Analytics Group at IREC

Eduardo MASCARELL

Schedule: Head of Vehicle to Grid and Energy Aggregation NISSAN
  • Eduardo Mascarell is “Head of Vehicle to grid and Energy Aggregation” at Nissan Europe and belongs to the Energy and Battery services unit. In this role, he is developing businesses for Nissan in the energy markets all around Europe. Eduardo’s background is related to the energy sector as he has previously worked for several utilities in the past, mainly in Spain, but also with responsibilities not only in Europe, but in some Central and South American countries. This background, especially related to energy storage, gives Nissan the chance to face the energy challenges of our society through the battery business that comes from the Electric Vehicle, in this case Nissan Leaf and eNV200.

  • Smart Charging, V2X - Wednesday, May 22nd - 09:00 am to 10:30 am

Eduardo MASCARELL
Schedule: Head of Vehicle to Grid and Energy Aggregation NISSAN

Espen HAUGE

Schedule: Chairman of AVERE and Chairman of WEVA
  • Espen Hauge is the President of the World Electric Vehicle Association (WEVA) and of AVERE - the European Association for Electromobility, and also President of the Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association.
    He has been engaged on the EV scene for 15 years. Under his leadership the Norwegian Association has grown exponentially, AVERE has celebrated successful international events like EVS30 in Stuttgart 2017, AEC2018 in Brussels, and WEVA has launched the World Electric Vehicle Journal - the first scientific journal for electric vehicles.
    His career also includes project management, engineering, and research and development, with management experience from the oil and energy industry, and in construction, working for global companies such as ABB and GE, as well as for the City of Oslo.

  • Opening Ceremony - Monday 20th from 9:00 to 10:30am
    Closing Ceremony - Wednesday 22nd from 2:30pm to 4:00pm

Espen HAUGE
Schedule: Chairman of AVERE and Chairman of WEVA

Ghanim PUTRUS

Schedule: Professor of Electrical Power Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University
  • Ghanim Putrus is Professor of Electrical Power Engineering and leads the Electrical Power and Control Systems Research Group within the Faculty of Engineering and Environment at Northumbria University, UK. He has over 30 years of research experience with over 185 publications, including one patent and four book chapters. He has given several invited talks at national and international events. He has led and been involved in several research projects (funded by EU, EPSRC, Innovate UK and industry) and has often provided consultancy for industry.

    Currently, he is involved in SEEV4-City Interreg project with the main objective to demonstrate smart energy and transport solutions. In this project, he leads work package 5 with focus on the development of successful business models for using electric vehicles to provide energy services. He plays an active role in the analysis of six operational demonstration pilots, of varying sizes and services covering the integration of electric transport, electricity grid and renewable energy.

    He is involved in the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) professional activities and served on the executive committee of their Power Trading and Control Professional Network (2001-2009) and was the Chairman of the IET Northumbria branch for 2004/2005 session. He organised UPEC2006 conference at Northumbria and is member of the steering committees for several international conferences. He is Associate Editor of the Elsevier Renewable Energy journal. His main research interests are the application of power electronics in power systems, integration of electric vehicles and renewable energy resources into power distribution networks (smart grids).

  • Smart Charging, V2X - Wednesday, May 22nd - 09:00 am to 10:30 am

Ghanim PUTRUS
Schedule: Professor of Electrical Power Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Environment, Northumbria University

His Serene Highness Prince Albert II

  • Born in 1958 in Monaco, H.S.H. Prince Albert II is the Sovereign Prince of the Principality of Monaco, one of the smallest but most prosperous countries in the world. He is the son of Prince Rainier III and American actress Grace Kelly.

    He graduated in 1981 from Amherst College MA. He accomplished a military training period within the French Navy in 1982 on board the Helicopter Carrier “Jeanne d’Arc”.
    Prince Albert II succeeded His father in July of 2005.

    In 2006, he launched His foundation “Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation” dedicated to fight climate change, preserve water and defend biodiversity. Earlier that year He traveled by dog sled to the North Pole raising public awareness on the danger of climate change and global warming.
    In 2009, He spent three weeks in Antarctica visiting scientific stations.

    As Head of State and President of His Foundation, Prince Albert II has been honored by numerous prizes from organizations around the world for His contribution and actions in favor of the protection of our environment.

    Following the policy engaged by His father, Prince Rainier III, Prince Albert II is committed to ethics and transparency regarding the economic development in Monaco, His country complying with all the international standards.

    He is also a former Olympian athlete in Bobsleigh (5 participations at the Winter Olympic games), Member of the IOC and the Chairman of the IOC Sustainable and Legacy Commission since 2014.

    Prince Albert II married in 2011 Charlene Wittstock a South African national.
    In December of 2014, H.S.H. Princess Charlene gave birth to two children (twins) named Jacques and Gabriella.

  • Opening Ceremony - Monday 20th from 9:00 to 10:30am

His Serene Highness Prince Albert II

Jan VAN DEN OETELAAR

Schedule: Head of Siemens TASS Business Unit
  • Jan is CEO of TASS International since 2012 and since 2017 part of Siemens PL STS. He was responsible for the acquisition and integration of several companies that united into TASS International. Between 2004 and 2011 Jan managed as President the European division of Inergy Automotive Systems as well as the Global Supply Chain. Before that he held positions of VP Business Development & Sales and VP Supply Chain at Textron Inc./Collins & Aikman.

  • Autonomous Vehicle - Tuesday, May 21st - 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Jan VAN DEN OETELAAR
Schedule: Head of Siemens TASS Business Unit

Jochen DE SMET

Schedule: Senior Energy Consultant, The New Drive
  • Jochen De Smet is a Belgian energy specialist with a special focus on integration between (electric) mobility and energy issues. He focusses on the use of renewable energy for mobility opportunities in greening the mobility and energy system. He has expertise in electric and hydrogen applications, embedded in smart grids. Jochen is senior Energy Consultant for The New Drive, a Belgian consultancy firm on mobility, electric vehicles and energy issues. He is also president of AVERE Belgium, the federation of electric mobility, and former advisor of minister Bart Tommelein and Minister Annemie Turtelboom in the Flemish government. In this position, he worked on the energy efficiency policy, integration and the roll-out of smart meters. He advised the Flemish minister in the creation of the first action plan “Clean Power for transport” for Flanders, focussing on the roll-out of battery electric cars.

  • Mobility as a Service - Tuesday, May 21st - 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm

Jochen DE SMET
Schedule: Senior Energy Consultant, The New Drive

Juliette ANTOINE-SIMON

Schedule: General Manager of Izivia
  • Juliette ANTOINE-SIMON, General Manager, Izivia – SODETREL is a fully owned subsidiary of EDF which operates charging infrastructure and mobility services such as car sharing services with full electric vehicles. Graduated from Supélec, the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris and a degree in law, Juliette has had the opportunity to collaborate as a project engineer and contract manager on major projects of production and trading for the EDF Group. Juliette joined the Electric Mobility Division in April 2012, in charge of project development.

  • Charging Experience - Monday, May 20th - 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm

Juliette ANTOINE-SIMON
Schedule: General Manager of Izivia

Marcel BRZANK

Schedule: Senior Business Development Professional for EV Charging Infrastructure
  • Marcel Brzank was born in 1981. He is an electrical engineer with a postgraduate degree focused on business administration and management from Macquarie Graduate School of Management, Sydney. Marcel joined Siemens in 2008 as product manager for power distribution equipment, before moving to Australia in 2011 supporting the local Siemens power grid business. In 2014, Marcel became responsible for building the Siemens energy storage business in Australia, New Zealand and Oceania. After spending 2 years in this role Marcel re-joined Siemens Germany in Corporate Strategy focusing on strategic development and M&A topics. Today he’s part of the new eMobility Team of Siemens as Senior Business Development Professional for EV Charging Infrastructure.

  • Smart Charging, V2X - Wednesday, May 22nd - 09:00 am to 10:30 am

Marcel BRZANK
Schedule: Senior Business Development Professional for EV Charging Infrastructure

Nouredine HADJ-SAID

Schedule: Director of G2Elab - Ph.D
  • Nouredine Hadj-Said received the Ph.D. and accreditation to supervise research from the Grenoble Institute of Technology in 1992 and 1998, respectively, where he is currently a full-time Professor and conducts research with G2ELAB (CNRS, UGA). His main research interests are in the area of Smart-Grids. He has directed the common academia–industry Research and Innovation center (GIE I.D.E.A.) between EDF, Schneider Electric, and Grenoble INP on Smart Grids from 2001 to 2013. He is currently the Director of G2ELAB, Chairman of the Industrial Enedis Chair of Excellence on Smart Grids, and the Chairman of the Scientific Council of Think Smart Grids, the industrial Smart Grids ecosystem in France. He is one of the main creator, and the official representative of COMUE UGA, in Smart Grids Institute. He is also the Animator of the technical program Power Grids and Storage for ANCRE (National Alliance for Research on Energy) and the Vice Chair of IEEE PES Intelligent Grid and Emerging Technologies Coordination Committee. He has published over 200 scientific papers in international conferences and journals, has authored/co-authored and directed seven books on power systems and smart grids.

  • Smart Charging, V2X - Wednesday, May 22nd - 09:00 am to 10:30 am

Nouredine HADJ-SAID
Schedule: Director of G2Elab - Ph.D

Pierre CLASQUIN

Schedule: CEO of G2mobility
  • Pierre Clasquin, CEO of G2mobility, co-founded the company in 2009, with the conviction that it is necessary to react to an unsustainable mode of the world’s development, and moreover that the mature and reliable technology makes it possible to offer accessible and relevant solutions to address this challenge. Since the acquisition of G2mobility by Total in 2018, Pierre Clasquin's main role is to drive the group's electric mobility strategy, a key element of the major transformation that Total is implementing.

  • Charging Experience - Monday, May 20th - 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm

Pierre CLASQUIN
Schedule: CEO of G2mobility

Stéphane MARTINOT

Schedule: Product Marketing Director, Valeo Powertrain Systems
  • Stéphane MARTINOT got a Ph. D in Physics at the INSA ROUEN in 2002. He started his career at PSA PEUGEOT-CITROEN in 2001. During 12 years, he held different positions in the Powertrain R&D domain. He joined FAURECIA Emissions Control Systems in 2013 as Global Marketing and Communication Director. Since 2016, he is Product Marketing Director for VALEO Powertrain Systems. He is an active member of PFA and of the Industrial Committee of IFP Energies Nouvelles.

  • Urban Mobility - Monday, May 20th - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm

Stéphane MARTINOT
Schedule: Product Marketing Director, Valeo Powertrain Systems

Yasmine ASSEF

Schedule: Program Director, New Business Energy GROUPE RENAULT
  • Dr Yasmine Assef obtained her electrical engineering MS degree and her PhD degree in electrical engineering from University Paris VI, France in 1997. Yasmine joined Alstom Grid (Formerly Alstom T&D, Areva T&D) in 1998, as Power System engineer. In 2011, Yasmine was appointed Deputy CEO in the newly funded joint venture between Alstom Grid and Bouygues, Embix, specialized in Smart grid services for Smart cities. She joined the Groupe Renault in 2016. Yasmine is Program Director New Business Energy, within the Electric Vehicle Business Unit.

  • Smart Charging, V2X - Wednesday, May 22nd - 09:00 am to 10:30 am

Yasmine ASSEF
Schedule: Program Director, New Business Energy GROUPE RENAULT

Alister HAMILTON

Schedule: Director and Chair EVA Scotland, AVERE Member
  • Alister Hamilton is chair of the Electric Vehicle Association Scotland, a membership association founded circa 2009 and formally constituted as a Community Interest Company in 2017. EVA Scotland has over 1,000 members and is currently growing at over 50% per annum. Dr Hamilton has academic research interest in neuromorphic engineering and was previously involved in promoting car clubs in his home city of Edinburgh.

  • Urban Mobility - Monday, May 20th - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm

Alister HAMILTON
Schedule: Director and Chair EVA Scotland, AVERE Member

Christina BU

Schedule: General Secretary, Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association
  • Christina has led the Norwegian EV Association for the last four years. As an expert on electric mobility Christina is frequently meeting with OEMs and advising politicians and governmental bodies from different countries. With an EV market share close to 50 % Norway is leading the way. The Norwegian EV Association is an NGO and the worlds’ largest EV owner organisation with 30 employees and over 70.000 paying members.

  • Closing Ceremony - Wednesday 22nd from 2:30pm to 4:00pm

Christina BU
Schedule: General Secretary, Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association

David THACKRAY

Schedule: Sales & Marketing Director, TEVVA
  • David brings a unique blend of ground-up knowledge of the real issues facing fleet and transport managers; the technical challenges and opportunities around electrifying freight vehicles and the political and environmental imperatives that are driving the ULEV revolution that is presently underway. David’s first career was as a fifth-generation haulage contractor with an unbroken family tradition on the industry stretching back to the 1880’s. By the time David joined Tevva, he had added, market research, market strategy, B2B sales and an MBA to his broad experience in road transport encompassing heavy long-distance operations and overnight courier.

  • Electric Heavy Duty Transport - Tuesday, May 21st - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm

David THACKRAY
Schedule: Sales & Marketing Director, TEVVA

Elisabeth BORNE

Schedule: French Minister for Energy Transition and Solidarity, in charge of Transport
  • Élisabeth Borne was born on 18 April 1961 in Paris. She is a graduate of the École Polytechnique, the École Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées and the Collège des Ingénieurs.
    Élisabeth Borne joined the French Ministry for Public Infrastructures in 1987, before joining the Île-de-France Regional Directorate for Public Infrastructures in 1989. In the early 1990s, she became an advisor to Jack Lang at the Ministry of National Education and then an advisor to Lionel Jospin.
    In 1997, Élisabeth Borne joined the office of the new Prime Minister, Lionel Jospin, as technical advisor in charge of transport. In 2002, she was appointed Director of Strategy at SNCF, and then joined Eiffage in 2007 as Franchise Director.
    From 2008 to 2013, Élisabeth Borne was Director General for Urban Planning at the Paris City Hall.
    In February 2013, she was appointed Prefect of the Poitou-Charentes region.
    After spending a year at the Ministry of Ecology as the Director of Ségolène Royal's ministerial office, Élisabeth Borne succeeded Pierre Mongin as Head of the Régie autonome des transports parisiens (RATP [Parisan Transport Authority]) in May 2015.
    On 17 May 2017, Élisabeth Borne was appointed Transport Minister, reporting to the Ministre d’État, Minister for the Ecological and Inclusive Transition, in Edouard Philippe's new government.

  • Opening Ceremony - Monday 20th from 9:00 to 10:30am

Elisabeth BORNE
Schedule: French Minister for Energy Transition and Solidarity, in charge of Transport

Florent MENEGAUX

Schedule: Managing General Partner of Groupe Michelin
  • In 1997, Florent Menegaux joined Michelin as Commercial Director for truck tires in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland. In January 2006, Florent Menegaux became responsible for the Group’s Passenger Car and Light Truck Tire Replacement Business Unit for Europe, before being appointed Executive Vice President for the Passenger Car and Light Truck worldwide activities, becoming a member of the Group Executive Committee, in 2008. He was appointed Senior Executive Vice President of the Michelin Group in 2017. In January 2018, he also supervises the Group’s Business Directions, and the Manufacturing, Supply Chain and Customer Experience Operational Directions. On May 18, 2018, Florent Menegaux is named General Managing Partner of the Group.

  • Opening Ceremony - Monday 20th from 9:00 to 10:30am

Florent MENEGAUX
Schedule: Managing General Partner of Groupe Michelin

Gilles NORMAND

Schedule: Director of the Electric Vehicle Division of the Renault Group
  • Gilles Normand started his career at Renault, in 1988, at Product Planning department before moving to Sales & Marketing Division. In 1998, he was appointed Vice President, Commercial Coordination, for Renault Mercosur.
    In 1999, he joined Nissan in Japan to take in charge the Sales & Marketing for Latin America and Caribbean. In 2003, he was appointed President of Nissan Motor Espana prior to becoming Corporate Vice President of Sales & Marketing for Middle East, Africa & Latin America in 2006. In 2009, he was appointed Corporate Vice President, in charge of Africa, Middle East and India for Nissan, Infiniti and LCV Business Units and in charge of Europe for Infiniti and LCV Business Units. In April 2012, he became Senior Vice President, Chairman of Asia-Pacific Region of Groupe Renault.
    Since 1 January 2017, Gilles Normand has been Senior Vice President, Electric Vehicle of Groupe Renault. He is a member of the Renault Management Committee.

  • Opening Ceremony - Monday 20th from 9:00 to 10:30am

Gilles NORMAND
Schedule: Director of the Electric Vehicle Division of the Renault Group

Ivo TSACHEV

Schedule: E-Mobility Operations E.ON/Board Member BAEPS, AVERE Member
  • Ivo has over 10 years of experience in building and operating of charging infrastructure for EV and developing of customised solutions for ,charging of logistics and urban mobility fleets. Based on his experience from the utilities and renewable energy sectors, Ivo is working on new business models for charging as a service and cost efficient charging through optimising the electricity costs. Ivo is board member of AVERE.

  • Electric Heavy Duty Transport - Tuesday, May 21st - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm

Ivo TSACHEV
Schedule: E-Mobility Operations E.ON/Board Member BAEPS, AVERE Member

Javier CONTIJOCH

Schedule: Sales Vice President, BYD Europe
  • Javier Contijoch has extensive experience in worldwide logistics, both in the field of material handling equipment made in China, as well as in the automotive sector out of Germany and Japan, not only in vehicle but also in parts logistics. He has launched the BYD Forklift brand in Europe, successfully overcoming the challenges of shortening the supply lead time for both parts and new units and meeting the high standards required by this demanding B2B market.

  • Mobility as a Service - Tuesday, May 21st - 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm

Javier CONTIJOCH
Schedule: Sales Vice President, BYD Europe

Joeri VAN MIERLO

Schedule: Professor, Vrije Universiteit Brussels
  • Prof. Dr. ir. Joeri Van Mierlo is a key player in the Electromobility scene. He is professor at the Vrije Universiteit Brussels, one of the top universities in this field. He leads the MOBI – Mobility, Logistics and automotive technology research centre (http://mobi.vub.ac.be). A multidisciplinary and growing team of 100 staff members. He is Vice-president of AVERE (www.avere.org), the European Electric Vehicle Association and Vice-president of its Belgian section. He is the author of more than 500 scientific publications. He is editor in chief of the World Electric Vehicle Journal.

  • Closing Ceremony - Wednesday 22nd from 2:30pm to 4:00pm

Joeri VAN MIERLO
Schedule: Professor, Vrije Universiteit Brussels

Kristof VEREENOOGHE

Schedule: CEO of EVBox
  • Kristof Vereenooghe is the CEO of EVBox, the global market leader in charging solutions for electric vehicles and related cloud services. Mr. Vereenooghe is a proven technology executive with deep SaaS-Cloud software expertise and a track record in transforming startups into key players in their industry. Before joining EVBox, mr. Vereenooghe had a leading role within different startups that have become key players in their industry such as Bynder, LUMA Marketing Technologies and Xeikon.

  • Charging Experience - Monday, May 20th - 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm

Kristof VEREENOOGHE
Schedule: CEO of EVBox

Marylène PEYRARD

Schedule: President of Syndicat Mixte Valence-Romans Déplacements
  • Marylène Peyrard (61 years old) has been the President of the "Syndicat Mixte Valence-Romans Déplacements" (Valence-Romans Joint Mobility Federation) since 2014. She is also Vice-President of the Valence Romans Conurbation Council in charge of travel and mobility and Mayor of Montéléger (Drôme). The "Syndicat Mixte Valence-Romans Déplacements" is the local authority responsible for organising transport and mobility in a region comprising 67 municipal districts, representing 250,000 inhabitants. The area is at the crossroads of the Drôme and Ardèche departments, around the cities of Valence and Romans-sur-Isère. The area's transport network, called Citéa, is made up of a fleet of 250 buses and coaches. Each year, the buses cover more than 7,000,000 km and around 13,000,000 trips are recorded. "Valence-Romans Déplacements" is developing an energy mix based on both NGV buses and electric buses. The first fully electric line with 13 buses will be launched in the spring.

  • Electric Heavy Duty Transport - Tuesday, May 21st - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm

Marylène PEYRARD
Schedule: President of Syndicat Mixte Valence-Romans Déplacements

Olav MADLAND

Schedule: CEO of Applied Autonomy AS
  • Olav Madland introduced self-driving vehicles to Norway in the spring of 2016 and has performed more than 20 demonstrations of autonomous minibuses at different locations around Norway already. Olav has been a speaker and motivator for Autonomous transport solutions in Norway at many levels, for Government, universities and ITS Norway. He has the coordination responsibility of the National Test arena in Kongsberg with autonomous transport integrated with Public Transport. The test arena is integrated with municipality, county administration and NRPA. Olav also works closely with ITS Norway and national key players like Innovation Norway and the Research Council of Norway, where he also is an expert evaluator.

  • Autonomous Vehicle - Tuesday, May 21st - 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Olav MADLAND
Schedule: CEO of Applied Autonomy AS

Puneet SINHA

Schedule: Automotive Manager in Mechanical Analysis Division of Mentor
  • Puneet Sinha is the Automotive Manager in Mechanical Analysis Division of Mentor, a Siemens business. In this role, Puneet is responsible for his division’s business strategy and product development for vehicle autonomy and electrification thrusts. He also is leading vehicle electrification program for Siemens PLM division. Puneet has more than 10 years of experience working on various aspects of vehicle electrification. Prior to joining Mentor, he has worked at General Motors where he led global R&D teams to solve wide range of issues with fuel cells and battery electric vehicles and at Saft, a Li-ion battery manufacturer. Puneet has done his PhD in Mechanical Engineering from The Pennsylvania State University, has authored more than 20 highly-cited journal articles and has been awarded 7 patents on fuel cell and battery system design and operational strategies.

  • Autonomous Vehicles - Tuesday, May 21st - 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Puneet SINHA
Schedule: Automotive Manager in Mechanical Analysis Division of Mentor

Sytse ZUIDEMA

Schedule: CEO of Newmotion
  • In 2015 Sytse Zuidema became CEO of NewMotion. Before joining NewMotion, he was managing director of investment firm Alternaty, which specialises in healthcare and sustainable energy investments. Before that he held several leading positions at Casema/Zesko (now Ziggo), such as vice president of Marketing. He graduated in Mechanical Engineering at the TU Delft.

  • Urban Mobility - Monday, May 20th - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm

Sytse ZUIDEMA
Schedule: CEO of Newmotion

Anders WALL

Schedule: Chief International Officer, GreenMobility A/S
  • Anders Wall aims to turn GreenMobility into the preferred partner within sustainable urban mobility on a global scale. He leverages his 25 years of successfully building international partnerships within customer centric industries. Standing up for the climate and livable cities comes easy to him as the father of three and the quest for making a real difference in life. Our first partner is up and running, do you want to be the second?

  • Mobility as a Service - Tuesday, May 21st - 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm

Anders WALL
Schedule: Chief International Officer, GreenMobility A/S

Christophe ARNAUD

Schedule: CEO of BLUE SOLUTION
  • Christophe Arnaud is the CEO of Blue Systems, the Bolloré Smart Mobility Division. He is responsible for the development of Mobility and Infrastructure as a Service (MAAS & IAAS) solutions for cities around the world. In addition to that, he is the President of Blue Solutions smart charging and shared mobility operations in the UK and US since July 2014. In this role, Christophe developed and implemented the “London” projects consisting of deployment of a charging infrastructure for all types of users of electric vehicles and the launch of a 100% electric car sharing service. He is responsible for $150 million budget to deliver this unprecedented infrastructure and leads complex negotiations with private partners, local authorities and political influenc-ers in London. He is also in charge of two US-based carsharing services, including BlueLA that provides low-income neighborhoods of Los Angeles with clean and affordable transportation op-tions. Previously, Christophe worked for IER (2007-2014) which is another division within the Group Bolloré, which designs and sells solutions to manage the flow of passengers and baggage in airports and railway stations. Christophe began his career in the automotive industry as a product manager at Valeo and then joined Faurecia as a sales manager in the “Automotive Seating” division. He graduated from Ecole Centrale Paris engineering school and SKEMA Business School. Christophe enjoys mountaineering activities and has climbed several peaks over 5000 m of altitude. He also practices paragliding, cycling and running.

  • Mobility as a Service - Tuesday, May 21st - 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm

Christophe ARNAUD
Schedule: CEO of BLUE SOLUTION

Dawid ZAJKOWSKI

Schedule: International Sales Director E-Mobility at KEBA
  • Dawid Zajkowski is International Sales Director at KEBA’s E-Mobility division. The Austrian-based electronics company has sold 150,000 charging stations worldwide. Thus, KEBA is now among the top 3 manufacturers in the world. Dawid joined the team in January 2018 and accelerates at KEBA E-Mobility the advent of accessible and smart electric mobility infrastructure. Before he held leading sales positions at several renowned companies such as Fronius, Prillinger and Newave.

  • Charging Experience - Monday, May 20th - 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm

Dawid ZAJKOWSKI
Schedule: International Sales Director E-Mobility at KEBA

Eric MEVELLEC

Schedule: CEO of the joint-venture between EDF & Nuvve
  • Eric MEVELLEC is CEO of the joint venture between EDF and Nuvve : a Vehicle on Grid and Vehicle To Grid solutions provider. Its mission is to enhance the potential of flexibility of the Electric Vehicle, so that it can become a key solution for energy transition and renewable energy development. Eric is graduated from Arts et Métiers. He had different positions in automotive and climatic engineering industries before joining EDF Group in 2010 to develop smartgrid and IT offers within Edelia. He was one of the founders of Sowee in 2016, in charge of the connected solutions department.

  • Smart Charging, V2X - Wednesday, May 22nd - 09:00 am to 10:30 am

Eric MEVELLEC
Schedule: CEO of the joint-venture between EDF & Nuvve

François SAVOYE

Schedule: Alternative Energies Development Director, Europe RENAULT TRUCKS
  • Dr-Ing François SAVOYE has started his career in the Volvo Group in 2008 as a Li-ion battery expert. After several years of research on ageing and performance optimization of energy storage systems in embedded applications, he took the lead of research programs dedicated to the development of electric and hybrid vehicle technologies for the Volvo Group applications. From 2015 to 2018, François SAVOYE has been heading Renault Truck’s Energy Efficiency Strategy to define and promote Renault Trucks long-term ambition in the field of alternative energies and fuel economy. Since 2018, he has now been responsible to develop Renault Trucks alternative energies business across Europe and more particularly in charge of the new Z.E. range sales launch in 2019 in Europe.

  • Electric Heavy Duty Transport - Tuesday, May 21st - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm

François SAVOYE
Schedule: Alternative Energies Development Director, Europe RENAULT TRUCKS

Hans BEKKERS

Schedule: Business Development Manager Public Transport at VDL Bus & Coach bv
  • Hans Bekkers started at VDL Bus & Coach bv in 2014. In the role of Commercial Project Manager he was responsible for VDL’s first E-bus projects amongst which the projects in Münster and Cologne. Since then, he’s been active in numerous E-Bus projects and has played an active role in VDL Bus & Coach’s ambition to become a leading E-bus manufacturer. He currently holds the positon of Business Development Manager Public Transport, putting him at the forefront of new technologies such as electric, hydrogen and autonomous buses as well as the development of new markets and business models.

  • Electric Heavy Duty Transport - Tuesday, May 21st - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm

Hans BEKKERS
Schedule: Business Development Manager Public Transport at VDL Bus & Coach bv

Jacques BORREMANS

Schedule: CharIN Managing Director Asia
  • • CharIN Managing Director in Asia since 2016. Promotion of the rollout of the Combined Charging System in Asia, Australia and New Zeeland
    • Managing Director Wyatt & Wang Ltd in Greater China
    • Consulting & Business Development: Advising Western companies on their Asia market entry strategy and implementing sales & market strategies for Western companies in Asia (PRC, Taiwan, Hong Kong, ASEAN, …)
    • MBA Rutgers University (NJ, USA)
    • Master degree in Engineering with a specialization Nuclear Physics and simultaneously gained a specialization in Electronics at the University of Brussels, Belgium

  • Charging Experience - Monday, May 20th - 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm

Jacques BORREMANS
Schedule: CharIN Managing Director Asia

Jean-Bernard LEVY

Schedule: CEO, EDF
  • Jean-Bernard Lévy, 64, was appointed Chairman & CEO of EDF on November 26th, 2014. From 2012 to 2014, he was the Chairman & CEO of Thales. He was at Vivendi as COO of Vivendi from 2002 to 2005, and as CEO from 2005 to 2012. From 1998 to 2002, he was Managing Partner, Corporate Finance at Oddo & Cie. From 1995 to 1998, he was Chairman & CEO of Matra Communication. He was General Manager, Communications satellites of Matra Espace and then Matra Marconi Space from 1988 until 1993, when he became Chief of Staff to Gérard Longuet, the French Minister for Industry, Postal Services & Telecommunications and Foreign Trade. He is a graduate of the École Polytechnique (1973) and Télécom ParisTech.

  • Opening Ceremony - Monday 20th from 9:00 to 10:30am

Jean-Bernard LEVY
Schedule: CEO, EDF

Jon Georg DALE

Schedule: Ministry of Transport and Communications of Norway
  • Norway's Minister of Transport and Communications Jon Georg Dale (born in 1984) is responsible for policies relating to the transport of people and goods and postal services. He was appointed in August 2018.Dale is a former Minister of Agriculture and Food (2015-2018) and a former State Secretary at the Norwegian Ministry of Finance and at the Norwegian Ministry of Transport and Communications.

  • E-Mobility Outlook, from local implementation to international coordination - Tuesday 21th from 9:00 to 10:30am

Jon Georg DALE
Schedule: Ministry of Transport and Communications of Norway

Laurent WAUQUIEZ

Schedule: President of the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Regional Council
  • After graduating from the Ecole Normale Supérieure, I studied history and wrote a master’s thesis on Le Flambeau des Mille et une nuits et l’Orient des Lumières, 1704-1798. Following this, I obtained a DEA diploma in public law, then entered the Ecole nationale d’administration (ENA). In 2001, on completing my studies at ENA, I entered the French Council of State. After becoming Jacques Barrot’s deputy in 2002, I was elected member for Haute-Loire in 2004, thus becoming the youngest French MP. At the French National Assembly, I joined the Social Affairs Committee.
    In December 2006, at the request of François Fillon, then Minister of the French Education System, I wrote a report on the living conditions of students in higher education. I also took part in the employment and poverty think tank. In 2007, after being re-elected MP for Haute-Loire in the first ballot, I was appointed Secretary of State and government spokesman by the President, Nicolas Sarkozy, and tasked with updating government communication.
    I was then elected Mayor of Puy-en-Velay in March 2008, before becoming Secretary of State for Employment under Christine Lagarde. In this role, I channelled my efforts into supporting job seekers, reforming vocational training and improving employment for seniors. In the face of the economic crisis, we developed tools to better protect employees, such as improved conditions for employees working part-time, or tools to help retrain employees made redundant.
    I became European Affairs Minister in 2010, then Minister of Higher Education and Research in 2011, where my priority was to improve students’ living conditions. Currently President of the «Les Républicains» Party, I have for some years now been actively promoting the value of work to counter an over-reliance on state aid, and defending the middle classes, who should once again be the key focus of government policy. Elected President of the Auvergne Rhône- Alpes Region on 4 January 2016, I am determined to impart fresh momentum to France’s second-largest region.

  • Opening Ceremony - Monday 20th from 9:00 to 10:30am

Laurent WAUQUIEZ
Schedule: President of the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Regional Council

Muriel BARNEOUD

Schedule: Director of Societal Engagement La Poste
  • For 6 years, she was Chief Executive Officer of Docapost (a subsidiary of Le Groupe La Poste, with a turnover of €450 million and 4,500 employees), which specialises in the helping companies and institutions manage the digital transition of their customer back office, HR processes and all sensitive transactions. Docapost is particularly active in the banking, insurance and utilities sectors. Muriel Barnéoud oversaw the transformation of Docapost's product mix, moving from software publishing to the operation and management of digital platforms. She also launched Le Groupe La Poste's IoT programme (digital hub and French IoT) presented in Las Vegas.After a first professional experience at Arthur Andersen, Muriel joined Le Groupe La Poste in 1994.

    She held the positions of Deputy Director General of Mail, Industrial Director, during which time she supervised major projects aimed at restructuring the Mail division's production process. As Industrial Director, she was non-executive Chairman of two logistics holding companies belonging to Le Groupe La Poste and managed the electric vehicle purchasing consortium ("Bailly" plan).

    At Docapost, she chaired about ten management board meetings. She was also a member of the Supervisory Board of Xange Private Equity, a private equity company belonging to Le Group La Poste, and the Supervisory Board of La Banque Postale IARD. At Docapost, she sat on the Board of Directors of the Syntec Numérique trade association, where she was chairman the Publishers' College. She is an elected member of the CCIR Ile de France and sits on the boards of ESCP, HEC and ESIEE Paris (of which she is the Chairman).

    In her capacity as an independent director, Muriel is a member of the Supervisory Board of Inside Secure (Euronext) one of the market leaders in embedded solutions and transaction security for mobile phones and the IoT, as well as Akka Technologies (Euronext) a European leader in engineering and technology consulting, and Lacroix Tech, an SME specialised in smart-city technologies.

    Muriel has been very active in the Finance Innovation division, where she co-managed several working groups and contributed to white papers on "Aging well in the digital era", "Big data and insurance" and "Banking & Fintech: innovation challenges in Retail Banking" (in French "Bien vieillir à l’heure du digital"; "Big data et assurances"; "Banque & Fintech : enjeux d’innovation dans la Banque de Détail"). She is a "Chevalier Ordre National de la Légion d’Honneur" (Knight of the National Order of the Legion of Honour).Muriel Barnéoud is a graduate of IEP Paris and ENSPTT and holds a Master's degree (DESS) in financial management and taxation.

  • Urban Mobility - Monday, May 20th - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm

Muriel BARNEOUD
Schedule: Director of Societal Engagement La Poste

Olivier REPPERT

Schedule: CEO, Share NOW
  • Olivier Reppert has worked at Daimler since 1998 in the areas of sales, marketing and communications. He studied at the University of Applied Sciences Offenburg and the Louis Pasteur University and obtained a dual German/French degree in industrial engineering and a Master's qualification in industrial systems engineering. For the next decade, Reppert served in leadership positions within different DaimlerChrysler organizations in Berlin, Stuttgart and Zurich.

    Reppert was appointed a Member of the Board for Global Business Management of Daimler AG, with responsibility for regional strategy in China, India and Russia. In 2010, he joined the sales division at smart as Head of Department and in 2013 took over as Head of Sales for smart Germany. Reppert went on to be the Head of Brand and Product Management at smart as well as a member of the smart management team. In October of 2016, he was appointed CEO of car2go Group GmbH, the largest free-float carsharing service in the world. In February 2019, Daimler and BMW launched a historic joint venture that united both companies' mobility services (including car2go) under a single brand to form a new mobility powerhouse – the NOW family of branded mobility services. Olivier serves as CEO of SHARE NOW, the largest carshare company in the world with over four million customers sharing 20,000 BMW, MINI, Mercedes-Benz and smart vehicles in 30 cities across 13 countries.

  • Urban Mobility - Monday, May 20th - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm

Olivier REPPERT
Schedule: CEO, Share NOW

Sharon DIJKSMA

Schedule: Deputy Mayor Traffic, Transport and Air Quality, City of Amsterdam
  • Sharon Dijksma (1971) is a Dutch politician and member of the ‘Partij van de Arbeid’ (Labour party). She studied law at the University of Groningen and public administration at the University of Twente. Ms. Dijksma began her political career in 1991 with the Young Socialists, where she started as a general secretary and later became chairwoman. In this period Ms. Dijksma was also one of the youth representatives in the Dutch government’s delegation to the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York.

    At the age of twenty-three she became member of Dutch parliament. (1994-2007). She was the youngest member to be elected at that time. She was responsible for economic policy and spatial planning & infrastructure. In 2007 she was appointed minister for Education, Culture & Science. In 2012 she was asked again to become the minister for Economic affairs. She joined the Dutch government for a third time in 2015 as minister for Infrastructure and Environmental affairs.

    Meanwhile Ms. Dijksma served on several boards for example that of BNN media, Twente Education Centre and the supervisory board of Rijksmuseum Twente.

    In 2018 she was asked to join the Amsterdam city council as deputy mayor; an opportunity for her and her family to live in Amsterdam, but also to help the city with its challenges regarding traffic, transport and air quality. One of the main focus therein is the transition to an emission free Amsterdam.

  • Urban Mobility - Monday, May 20th - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm

Sharon DIJKSMA
Schedule: Deputy Mayor Traffic, Transport and Air Quality, City of Amsterdam

Takafumi ANEGAWA

Schedule: President of Research Institute of Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc. TEPCO
  • Takafumi ANEGAWA is the President of Research Institute of Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc. (TEPCO) and leads all its R&D, including Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) as well as a variety of EV-related business innovations. The TEPCO group serves electricity in the greater Tokyo metropolitan area and its electricity sales account to about 30% of that of Japan, or the 8th largest amongst the global top utilities. Mr. ANEGAWA joined TEPCO in 1983 and was involved in nuclear power plant engineering and management until 2002, when he initiated and led the E-Mobility business team at TEPCO. During that time, Mr. ANEGAWA and his team were the driving force for the creation of the world’s first DC rapid charging technology, CHAdeMO, for the new wave of electric vehicles. After TEPCO’s Fukushima accident in 2011, Mr. Anegawa concentrated in the recovery efforts for 7 years as the Chief Nuclear Officer / Managing Executive Officer of TEPCO. Mr. ANEGAWA holds a Master of Engineering from the University of Tokyo.

  • E-Mobility Outlook, from local implementation to international coordination - Tuesday 21th from 9:00 to 10:30am

Takafumi ANEGAWA
Schedule: President of Research Institute of Tokyo Electric Power Company Holdings, Inc. TEPCO

Anja VAN NIERSEN

Schedule: CEO of Allego Group
  • Anja van Niersen has worked in the field of energy since 2010 when she started working at one of the largest energy operator networks in the Netherlands, Alliander. Experienced in the field of product development and management she felt right at home in the upcoming innovative world of electro mobility. She became CEO of Allego in 2013 and is accelerating e-mobility at this international provider of Charging Solutions. She brings vast product management and product development experience from her years working at Atos Origen and Alliander. At Allego Anja and her colleagues provide smart solutions for Cities, Companies and Consumers to enable zero emission mobility for a sustainable world.

  • Urban Mobility - Monday, May 20th - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm

Anja VAN NIERSEN
Schedule: CEO of Allego Group

Corinne PAKEY

Schedule: Deputy Program Director Mobility GROUPE RENAULT
  • Since September 2017, Corinne Pakey is Program Director of Mobility Services at Groupe Renault. She oversees the development of adapted vehicles and enablers for all mobility services including car access tech, data management, on-board experience and customization. From 2015 to 2017, she was Twizy Vehicule and Car Sharing Program Director. From 2013 to 2015, she was Program Manager for Mobility Services. From 2011 to 2013, she was Twizy Way Project Manager leading design, development & operation of the first car-sharing service operated by Group Renault. Before that, Corinne held various positions within Groupe Renault (Marketing Renault Sport, Product Marketing, After Sales).

  • Mobility as a Service - Tuesday, May 21st - 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm

Corinne PAKEY
Schedule: Deputy Program Director Mobility GROUPE RENAULT

Dominique LAGARDE

Schedule: Director of Electric Mobility Program of Enedis
  • From May 2018, Dominique Lagarde is Senior Executive Vice President in charge of electric mobility within ENEDIS.

    From 2003 to 2018, he took many positions within EDF Group, he was in particular member of the executive committee for 4 years. At the end of 2003, he was appointed Executive Vice-President for Communication and Public Affairs of the Group. He was Director of the office of the Chairman in September 2004 and then Senior Executive Vice-President, Strategy and Coordination in March 2006. In May 2008, he became Human Resources and Communications Officer of EDF. He was a member of the Supervisory Board of ERDF (which is now ENEDIS) until 2010.

    Between 2010 and August 2015, he was Senior Vice President Nuclear Engineering, New Build & Development. From August 2015 to May 2018, he was Senior Vice President Strategy & Marketing, International Division.

    From 2000 to 2003, within EDF GDF Services Distribution division (which has become ENEDIS), he was Executive Vice-President of EDF GDF Services Nanterre, and chief executive officer of EDF GDF Services Seine et Marne. After starting his career in Total Oil Marine in London, he was in charge of controling the safety of French nuclear power reactors in the French Nuclear Safety Authority from 1991 to 1997, he then was in control of the Osiris nuclear reactor in the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) from 1997 to 2000.

    Dominique Lagarde is a graduate from the Ecole Polytechnique and as Chief Engineer of the Ecole Nationale des Ponts et Chaussées.

  • Charging Experience - Monday, May 20th - 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm

Dominique LAGARDE
Schedule: Director of Electric Mobility Program of Enedis

Erik LORENTZEN

Schedule: Head of Analysis and Consultancy, The Norwegian EV Association
  • Erik Lorentzen is head of Analysis and Consultancy at the Norwegian EV Association. He works closely with policy development and the EV market with a special focus on charging infrastructure. Lorentzen has a master’s degree of Political Economy, and has several years of experience working with climate and transport related issues for the Ministry of the Environment, the public funding agency Transnova and for the Norwegian Directorate of Public Roads.

  • Charging Experience - Monday, May 20th - from 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm

Erik LORENTZEN
Schedule: Head of Analysis and Consultancy, The Norwegian EV Association

Frank RIECK

Schedule: Applied Research Professor Smart e-Mobility Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, Vice President AVERE
  • Professor Future Mobility at the Research Centre Sustainable Port Cities of the Rotterdam University of Applied Science. Educated as Mechanical Engineer and Industrial Designer. Frank Rieck has a background in innovation, marketing and management in the Automotive Industry. He is currently responsible for the research and innovation regarding Future Mobility. He is chairman of Dutch-INCERT, a Dutch network of knowledge centres regarding eMobility and is representing the Netherlands as vice president of EU organization AVERE.

  • Autonomous Vehicle - Tuesday, May 21st - 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Frank RIECK
Schedule: Applied Research Professor Smart e-Mobility Rotterdam University of Applied Sciences, Vice President AVERE

Hervé RIVOALEN

Schedule: Head of Marketing and Smart Charging Department, EDF - Electric Mobility Division
  • Hervé RIVOALEN has graduated in ENSAM - Arts & Métiers Engineering School. He joined EDF group in 1991 as a Research Engineer for Industry and later joined EDF Sales Department as Key Accounts Manager for Electro-intensive customers.

    From 2010 to 2013, he led, as Deputy Marketing BtoB Director in EDF Sales Department, the project of developing offers and commercial policies to implement the NOME law (New Organization of the Electricity Market).

    From 2013 to 2018, he was Regional Managing Director of EDF Commerce, for East French Region, based in Nancy. On January 2019, he joined the newly created Group Electrical Mobility Department of EDF, in charge of Strategic Marketing and Smart Charging within the Group.

  • Smart Charging, V2X - Wednesday, May 22nd - 09:00 am to 10:30 am Coming soon

Hervé RIVOALEN
Schedule: Head of Marketing and Smart Charging Department, EDF - Electric Mobility Division

Jan MOLEMA

Schedule: Director at Benelux Union
  • Beginning of 2017 Jan Molema was promoted to the position of Director responsible for all economic and sustainability issues within the Benelux General Secretariat. Before this Jan Molema was heading up the internal market department at the Benelux Union since 2012. The Benelux Union is an intergovernmental organization that aims at increasing prosperity and welfare for its citizens, through better cooperation between its member states Belgium, Netherlands and Luxemburg.

  • Autonomous Vehicles - Tuesday, May 21st - 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Jan MOLEMA
Schedule: Director at Benelux Union

Jean-Luc BROSSARD

Schedule: R&D Managing Director PFA
  • Jean-Luc Brossard Ecole des Mines (57), started his career in Matra Automobile in 1986. He was successively head of the Testing Department, Project Manager and Technical Director. In 2003 he joined Ferrari as Coupe-Spider Project Manager, and Maserati in 2005 as Technical Director and Product Development Director. In 2007 he became Vice-President Engineering of Pininfarina. In late 2008, he returned to France to integrate PSA Peugeot Citroen, as Advanced Engineering Director and Innovations Manager. Since January 2015, he assumes the role of R & D Managing Director at the PFA (Automotive Industry Platform) and also Program Director for the Low Environmental Footprint Vehicle.

  • Autonomous Vehicles - Tuesday, May 21st - 11:00 am to 12:30 pm
    Hydrogen ZEV - Wednesday, May 22nd - 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Jean-Luc BROSSARD
Schedule: R&D Managing Director PFA

Joseph BERETTA

Schedule: President, AVERE France
  • Joseph Beretta Engaged for a long time in electric mobility in an active way, he is from 2012 Avere-France president and AVERE vice president. He is INSA Lyon electrical engineer with a DEA of energy. He has 14 years’ experience in power electronics and 20 years in PSA Peugeot Citroën where he has in charge R&D on electric, hybrid, fuel cells vehicles and embedded electronic. Then he was delegate energies/technologies to PSA's public Affairs. He also spends 4 years to the French Ministry of Research to represent France in the field of land transport.

  • Closing Ceremony - Wednesday 22nd from 2:30pm to 4:00pm

Joseph BERETTA
Schedule: President, AVERE France

Maciej MAZUR

Schedule: Managing Director Polish Alternative Fuels Association, AVERE Member
  • Managing Director and founder of the Polish Alternative Fuels Association. Business practitioner with many years of experience in the energy sector. Since 2012, he has been working in the alternative fuels industry, in particular in the e-mobility and natural gas sectors. He has worked, among others, on the implementation of the largest infrastructural projects carried out in Poland and advised companies from the fuel, automotive, financial and FMCG sectors. Graduated in International Relations from the Faculty of International Trade Policy at the University of Warsaw. He also holds an MBA diploma. He is currently working on his doctorate in economics. Author of numerous publications in the field of energy and public communication. Speaker at numerous industry debates and conferences.

  • Mobility as a Service - Tuesday, May 21st - 03:00 pm to 04:30 pm

Maciej MAZUR
Schedule: Managing Director Polish Alternative Fuels Association, AVERE Member

Nicolas DE CREMIERS

Schedule: Head of Marketing NAVYA Tech
  • Nicolas de Cremiers is NAVYA Head of Marketing. He and his team are dedicated to present, promote and demonstrate NAVYA technology and vehicles worldwide. After working at Bouygues Telecom, Nicolas specialized in mobility by working during five years as Head of Marketing of Coyote Systems, the leading provider of community-based driving assistant systems. Before joining NAVYA, he launched Drop don’t park which provides an innovative on-demand parking and concierge service for urban drivers.

  • Autonomous Vehicles - Tuesday, May 21st - 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Nicolas DE CREMIERS
Schedule: Head of Marketing NAVYA Tech

Philippe MONLOUBOU

Schedule: Chairman of the Board of Enedis
  • Since January 2014 Philippe Monloubou is the Chairman of the Management Board of Enedis the major Electricity Distribution System Operator in France and a wholly-owned subsidiary of EDF Group, independently operated in accordance with the European and French power market regulation.

    Enedis operates more than 1.4 million km of MV and LV power grids serving more than 36 million customers and their power suppliers. With 38,000 employees, an annual revenue of €14.2 billion and investments of €4.0 billion last year, Enedis is a Major DSO in Europe.
    A key enabler of the energy transition in France, Enedis has engaged a massive roll-out of its LinkyTM smart metering system program, with more than 16 million meters installed to date out of a total of 35 million scheduled by 2021, and initiated in 2016 a large-scale industrial deployment of smart grid solutions which is scheduled to be fully implemented by 2022.

    With more 410,000 producers totalling 26,300 MW connected to power grids operated by Enedis, including 405,000 photovoltaic producers and 1,650 wind generators totalling 20,500 MW i.e. 85% of the total French capacity of these two renewables sectors, Enedis highly contributes to the development of renewable energies in France. Enedis also facilitates the deployment of new uses such as individual or collective self-consumption and electric mobility – with more than 25,000 charging points connected to power grids and accessible in the public domain.

    Since April 2018 Philippe Monloubou is 1st VP of the French Think Smartgrids association, which promotes the French smart grids Sector in France, Europe and around the world. Enedis is also member of EDSO4SG and the G3-PLC Alliance.

    Before its current position at Enedis he has spent 10 years within EDF Sales and Marketing division (then 12,000 people in France in charge of customer relationship with 27 million customers in France) where he prepared and managed the deregulation of the French electricity market. In 2011, he was appointed EDF group Senior Vice President in charge of Sales and Marketing.

    From 1996 to 2004, he held several senior management positions, up to Deputy Director, at EDF GDF Services in France, then in charge of both electric & gas distribution grids.

    In 1993, he created EDF Group Buenos Aires office, representing EDF South America up to 1996.

    Philippe Monloubou began his career within EDF Group in 1979. From 1979 to 1993, within the distribution activity, he held operational responsibilities (technical, customer relationship and human resources).

    Philippe Monloubou holds an Engineering degree from the Special School of Public Works (ESTP - 1977) and graduated from the Institute of Business Administration (IAE Rennes - 1980).

  • Opening Ceremony - Monday 20th from 9:00 to 10:30am

Philippe MONLOUBOU
Schedule: Chairman of the Board of Enedis

Stéphane CHAMBON

Schedule: General Manager Sustainable Mobility and Transport TOTAL
  • Just after his military service, Stéphane Chambon began his career in July 1992 as business developer for the network of service stations for Total in France. In 1997 he joined the Fuel Division (including the Fuel Cards activities) as controller.

    During the 1st merger with Fina in 1999, Stéphane Chambon joined the Lubricant Division in the South-West part of France as Regional Manager for the B2B segment where he had to manage locally on the field the 2nd merger with Elf in 2000. In 2002, he joined Lubmarine, the worldwide marine lubricant business unit, as zone manager for Europe. Then, in 2005 he contributed to the creation of the Strategic Customer approach of the Marketing & Services branch.

    In 2008, he joined the Gas & New Energies branch of the group, working for Total Energie Gaz as Marketing & Communication Director where he became Sales Director in 2011.

    In 2015, he came back to the Marketing & Services branch in the Strategy, Marketing and Research Division as Professional Markets & Services Director. He’s appointed General Manager Sustainable Mobility and Transport in 2017.

  • Electric Heavy Duty Transport - Tuesday, May 21st - 05:00 pm to 06:30 pm

Stéphane CHAMBON
Schedule: General Manager Sustainable Mobility and Transport TOTAL

Winfried HERMANN

Schedule: Minister of Transport in Baden-Württemberg
  • Winfried Hermann has been a member of the party Bündnis 90/Die Grünen since 1982. Two years later his political work began; he was a member of the state parliament focusing on the key areas of schools, youth and sport. This was followed by a further career milestone as department manager at the adult education centre in Stuttgart. From 1992 to 1997 Hermann was state chairman of Bündnis 90/Die Grünen in Baden-Württemberg and from 1998 onwards he had a seat for thirteen years as a member of the German Bundestag. The focal areas of his work in Berlin were the environment, sustainable development, transport and sport. Since 12 May 2011 Winfried Hermann has been Minister of Transport in Baden-Württemberg.

  • E-Mobility Outlook, from local implementation to international coordination - Tuesday 21th from 9:00 to 10:30am

Winfried HERMANN
Schedule: Minister of Transport in Baden-Württemberg