About the Event

One of the fastest ways to accelerate the transition to an electric mobility future is to scale the electrification of fleet vehicles. Many corporates and public sector entities are now taking advantage of the low total cost of ownership. But how do we raise awareness and unlock this huge opportunity?

This Eurelectric high-level event will strengthen political and industrial momentum for accelerating electric mobility and will explore EV market trends and sustainable growth acceleration strategies.  We will bring together amongst others: charging station operators and service providers, car manufacturers, industry captains, national and EU policy makers, academia and corporates to participate in inspiring and interactive sessions and enjoy a rich exhibition dedicated to the sector.

Main topics will include:

  • Mass adoption of electric vehicles
  • Efficient charging management
  • Scaling up fleet electrification
  • The business of EV charging
  • Advanced charging solutions

eVision will mark also the launch of a joint Eurelectric-EY work on fleet electrification.  The project will look at EV fleets across different use-case segments as the catalyst for scaling up e-mobility in Europe, detailing the opportunities for innovators and the needed policies to overcome hurdles.


1000 Participants


5 Sessions


36 Speakers


25 Partners

e-Mobilising the world

eVisionary Speakers include

Christina Bu
Christina Bu

Christina Bu

Secretary General, Norwegian EV Association

Christina Bu, born 1980, is head of “Norsk elbilforening” (the Norwegian EV Association), a role she has had for six years. Earlier she worked as a political adviser within mobility and environmental issues. Christina has a BA in political science from the University of Oslo and Pontifical Catholic University of Chile and a MA in Society, Science and Technology Studies from the University of Oslo and Maastricht University. As an expert on electric mobility Christina is frequently meeting with OEMs and advising politicians and governmental bodies from different countries. She has been a Keynote speaker at conferences across the globe. With an EV market share close to 50 % Norway is leading the way.

Christina Bu

Secretary General, Norwegian EV Association

Christopher  Burghardt
Christopher  Burghardt

Christopher Burghardt

ChargePoint EU Managing Director, President of ChargeUp Europe

Christopher Burghardt is ChargePoint's Managing Director for Europe, responsible for leading all aspects of the company's European business. Most recently the head of policy and communications, EMEA, for ride-sharing app Uber, Christopher previously led global and emerging market expansion at First Solar, a provider of solar panels and utility-scale PV power plants. Prior to joining First Solar, Christopher was Vice President for Corporate Affairs for Western Europe at Anheuser-Busch InBev and a Vice President for Business Development and Marketing EMEA at Hill & Knowlton. A dual German-Belgian national, he earned an MBA in Finance from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, an MA from the College of Europe and a BA from the University of Sussex and the Institut d'Etudes Politiques of Aix-en-Provence.

Christopher Burghardt

ChargePoint EU Managing Director, President of ChargeUp Europe

Elke Temme
Elke Temme

Elke Temme

Senior Vice President Charging & Energy, Volkswagen Group Components

On 1 January 2021, Elke Temme took on the management of the newly-created Charging & Energy business area at Volkswagen Group Components. This area's responsibilities will include pooling and managing existing Group activities in the fields of energy, charging services, charging equipment and charging infrastructure across all the brands. “With Elke Temme, we have won a proven expert in the fields of energy and charging for our company. With her many years of experience and outstanding expertise she will quickly charge up the new business field and thus make a considerable contribution towards moving not only Group Components, but also the whole Group forwards in the field of electric mobility ”, said Thomas Schmall, member of the Volkswagen AG Board of Management and CEO of Volkswagen Group Components.

Elke Temme

Senior Vice President Charging & Energy, Volkswagen Group Components

Chris  Peeters
Chris  Peeters

Chris Peeters

CEO, Elia Group

Chris Peeters is CEO of Elia Group, active in electricity transmission. With subsidiaries in Belgium (Elia Transmission Belgium) and northeast Germany (50Hertz), the Group operate 18,990 km of high-voltage connections that supply power to 30 million end users. As such, our Group is one of Europe’s top five transmission system operators.  Elia is also part of the Nemo Link joint venture that operates the first subsea electrical interconnector between Belgium and the United Kingdom. In addition to its activities as a transmission system operator in Belgium and Germany, Elia Group provides various consulting services to international customers through its subsidiary Elia Grid International (EGI).

Before joining Elia Group, Chris Peeters ran the Business Consulting activities of Schlumberger in Europe, Russia, Africa and the Middle East.  Prior to that, he was 14 years with McKinsey & Company (of which seven years as Partner), specialising in the energy sector.

The first 10 years of his career, he created an engineering firm and subsequently started a manufacturer of building materials, before joining Hoogovens Aluminium as Sales and Technical Manager for part of Europe.

Chris Peeters holds a Master’s degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Leuven, Belgium.

Chris Peeters

CEO, Elia Group

Speaker companies

EDP P1 Ss Sa Poli Ar Cmyk
elia group
Enel X (1)
momentum dynamics
norwegian EV asso

Knowledge Partner


Charging Solutions Provider


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Elia Group
Hitachi ABB Power Grids

Supported by

ChargeUp Europe
Climate Action
Energy Web

Media Partners

The Energy Industry Times
Energy Monitor
European Energy Innovation