Power Sector Accelerating e-mobility


6 - 7 March 2024, Brussels

About the event

Join us at EVision – the annual regulatory affairs event in Brussels connecting thought leaders at the crossroad of transport and power industries.

EVision also serves as the annual publication moment of the joint Eurelectric-EY study looking at e-mobility uptake year-on-year and EV data interoperability in Europe.


6 - 7 March 2024


Autoworld Brussels
Parc du Cinquantenaire 11



Taking place in the iconic Brussels Autoworld Museum with an exclusive exhibition of the latest EV technologies


Possibility to meet with peers from the automotive, power & technology sectors

Report launch

Be among the first to hear the findings of the joint Eurelectric-EY study on data interoperability for EV charging.


Last year our tickets sold fast so don’t miss it. Conference will start in



Early Bird Member


Full fee - as of 6 January: €450

Conference entrance
Exhibition entrance
Networking cocktail & lunch



Full fee - as of 6 January: €550

Conference entrance
Exhibition entrance
Networking cocktail & lunch

Early Bird Academic & Start Up


Full fee - as of 6 January: €375

Conference entrance
Exhibition entrance
Networking cocktail & lunch

EU & Government officials and Journalists get in for free


Anna Gumbau

Anna Gumbau Martínez

Energy and Climate Journalist

Anna Gumbau Martínez

Anna Gumbau is a freelance energy and climate journalist based in Brussels. She covers European energy, climate change and circular economy policies for outlets including Energy Monitor, Euractiv, FORESIGHT Climate & Energy Deutsche Welle, and has published opinion pieces for media including El Pais and Agenda Pública. She is also an experienced event moderator at the Moderating EU collective, and has been a mentor for journalists at the Earth Journalism Network Prior to going freelance, she was Carbon Pulse's Brussels correspondent, and an energy reporter with Interfax Global Energy Services in London.

Serge Colle

Global Energy & Resources Industry Market leader, EY

Serge Colle

As the EY Global Energy & Resources Industry Market Leader, Serge supports clients as they manage challenges related to the energy transition.

Throughout his career, he has worked extensively in all parts of the value chain and with clients in diverse geographies.

Drawing on close to 30 years of experience, Serge provides guidance on strategies and business models and helps clients build the capabilities required for the new energy world.

He earned a master’s degree in Applied Economics from Ghent University, an ABMP degree from Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management and an MBA in General Management from Vlerick Business School.

How Serge is building a better working world

Serge helps clients take advantage of low-carbon renewable energy sources and emerging technologies. His work directly contributes to greener operations, a better and more efficient customer experience and increased green capital investment potential.

Roger Atkins

Founder, Electric Vehicles Outlook Ltd

Roger Atkins

From electric guitars to electric cars Roger has been on a colourful journey! After a couple of decades singing the praises of combustion engines he changed his tune a decade ago to become an EV advocate. Musician turned business consultant, his 'Electric Vehicles Outlook' consultancy has been busy with automotive, finance, mining, and energy clients, as well as publicly sharing an EV narrative on the LinkedIn platform where he now has in excess of 200,000 followers. A trio of start-ups behind him:- online car retailing at Virgin cars: amphibious vehicles with Gibbs: and electric trucks at Modec, he now acts as Brand Ambassador for SAIC Europe, and Rimac Automobili, as well as helping French start-up Paris Electric and Gao Feng Advisory in China.

Kristian Ruby

Secretary General, Eurelectric

Kristian Ruby

Kristian Ruby took over as Secretary General of Eurelectric, effective 1 January 2017. Prior to his appointment, he worked at WindEurope as part of the Executive Management team where, in his capacity as Chief Policy Officer, he was in charge of developing and implementing the political strategy of the association. Mr Ruby previously also held positions as assistant to the former European Commissioner for Climate Action, Connie Hedegaard and served, for a number of years, as a public servant in the Danish Ministries of Climate and Energy as well as Environment.

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