Power Sector Accelerating e-mobility

#EVision

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.

WHEN

6 - 7 March 2024

WHERE

Autoworld Brussels
Parc du Cinquantenaire 11

WHY JOIN US?

Experience

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

Networking

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.

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PRICING Plans

Non-Member

550
Conference entrance
Exhibition entrance
Networking cocktail & lunch

MEMBER

450
Conference entrance
Exhibition entrance
Networking cocktail & lunch

Academic & Start Up

375
Conference entrance
Exhibition entrance
Networking cocktail & lunch

EU & Government officials and Journalists get in for free

CONFIRMED SPEAKERS

Georges Gilkinet

Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for mobility, Belgium

Georges Gilkinet

As Deputy Prime Minister and Green Minister, Georges Gilkinet is committed to mobility that unites all Belgians through the travel and encounters that enable us to exist, evolve and prosper as a country. Its battle horses include the development of the train as the backbone of mobility, the recognition of the bicycle as a genuine means of transport and the strengthening of road safety measures. It is also fighting for a policy of social justice.

Luca De Meo

Luca De Meo

President, ACEA & CEO, Renault

Luca De Meo

Born Milan, Italy, in 1967, Luca de Meo graduated from the Luigi Bocconi Commercial University with a degree in business administration.
Luca de Meo has 30 years of experience in the automotive sector. He began his career at Renault before joining Toyota Europe, then the Fiat Group where he managed the Lancia, Fiat, Abarth and Alfa Romeo brands.
In 2009, Luca de Meo joined the Volkswagen Group as Marketing Director, both for Volkswagen brand passenger cars and Volkswagen Group. He then held the position of member of the Board of Directors in charge of Sales and Marketing at AUDI AG in 2012.
From November 2015 until January 2020, Luca de Meo was Chairman of the Executive Committee of SEAT S.A., member of the Supervisory Boards of Ducati and Lamborghini and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Volkswagen Group in Spain.
Since July 2020, Luca de Meo is Chief Executive Officer of Renault S.A. and Chairman of Renault s.a.s., and from January 2021 he is also a member of the Renault Group’s Board of Management.
Since January 2023, Luca de Meo is also the President of the European Automobile Manufacturers' Association (ACEA).
From January 2021 until February 2023, Luca de Meo has been CEO, Renault Brand.
From April 2021 to October 2022, Luca de Meo has been member of the Board of Directors of TIM (Telecom Italia).
From February 2023, he becomes a member of the Leadership Team, which replaces the Board of Management (BOM) and the Corporate Management Committee (CMC). This new single management body’s mission will be to ensure the strategic and operational management of Renault Group activities.
As of November 1, 2023, he becomes CEO Ampere.

Asa Petterson

Åsa Pettersson

CEO, Swedenergy

Åsa Pettersson

Åsa Pettersson is the CEO of Swedenergy since April 2021. Swedenergy is a non-profit industry and special interest organisation for companies that supply, distribute, sell, and store energy. Mainly electricity, heating, and cooling. Swedenergy monitors and promotes the interests of its members and the Swedish energy sector in general. The organisation has a total of 400 members, which includes state-owned, municipal, and private companies as well as associations within the energy sector.

Åsa comes from a position as head of Public Affairs & Sustainability at Scania, a global manufacturer of trucks and buses, which she held between 2014- 2021. As such, she was responsible finding way to drive the shift to a sustainable transport system in dialogue with society and working in partnerships. She has more than to 20 years of experience of working with sustainability and public affairs in the transport and energy sector in Stockholm and Brussels.

Before joining Scania, she worked with sustainability and public affairs at the Swedish energy company Vattenfall AB at which she occupied various leading positions, including Head of Group Public Affairs and, Head of Group Sustainability.
She has a Master of Arts focused in Political Science & French from Lund University and completing studies in Climate Change and & Environmental protection from Stockholm University.

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Michael Cole

CEO, Hyundai Motor Europe

Michael Cole

Michael Cole was born in Doncaster, England, in November 1963.
He holds a degree in Accounting from Oxford Brookes University and is professionally qualified as a Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants (FCCA).
For 37 years, Michael has worked in almost every field within the automotive industry, from dealer to multi-national level; from accounting to sales, from fleet and aftersales to marketing; to COO and President. This has given him a strong grounding and extensive knowledge about various perspectives of internal processes of OEMs, as well as valuable insights about the wider industry.
Michael started his career working in the Ford UK dealer network in 1985, progressing to the position of Financial Director of a large dealer, retailing 2,000 units per annum. After nine years, he joined Toyota GB in 1994. There, he held a number of field and headquarter roles in network development, retail & fleet sales, financial services, marketing and after sales, up to the role of Operations Director from 2005.
After 15 years working for Toyota, Michael joined Hyundai Motor Group as Managing Director for Kia UK in 2009. Across 11 years, he served the automaker in a series of senior positions, culminating in his elevation to President of Kia America. This followed on from his previous role as Chief Operating Officer of Kia Motors Europe and, prior to that, Managing Director of Kia UK. Throughout his time with the Kia brand, he has helped to drive forward all areas of strategy and operations – from sales, marketing and product to customer service and retail.
On 1 July 2020, Michael became the first European President and CEO of Hyundai Motor Europe, taking responsibility for Hyundai’s European commercial and manufacturing operations.

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