Welcome to EVision 2022

Join us at our annual conference addressing the emerging challenges and opportunities that span the full spectrum of electric mobility. This event will publicly signal the European power sector’s envisioned role in accelerating electric mobility across Europe. Eurelectric is also committed to facilitating much-needed strategic and technical conversations across traditional sectoral boundaries and across the ever-evolving value chains – up from the production of electricity and vehicles, down to the journey of the electric vehicle customer.

Come listen to forward-thinking visionaries from the energy, digital and transport industries. Explore the latest trends where electric mobility is going. Network with business leaders, industry experts, policymakers and more. Register today! Interested in sponsoring a session? Contact us.

Our Speakers

Jean-Bernard Lévy

Eurelectric President - President & CEO, EDF

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Jean-Bernard Lévy

Jean-Bernard Lévy

Eurelectric President - President & CEO, EDF

Jean-Bernard Lévy was appointed Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of EDF Group on November 26th, 2014.
From December 2012 to November 2014 he was the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Thales, a leading electronics and systems industrial group.
From 2002 to 2012, he was at Vivendi, a global communications and digital media company, based in Paris. He was Chief Operating Officer of Vivendi from 2002 to 2005, and 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 and CEO of Matra Communication.
Jean-Bernard Lévy 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.
From 1986 to 1988, he was Advisor to Gérard Longuet, the French Minister for Postal and Telecommunications Services.
Jean-Bernard Lévy began his career in 1979 with France Telecom as an engineer in Angers. In 1982, he became responsible for the management of senior staff and budgets, and was later promoted to deputy head of Human Resources.

Jean-Bernard Lévy, 63, is married with four children. He is a graduate of the École Polytechnique (1973) and Télécom ParisTech. He is an officer of the Légion d’Honneur and of the Ordre National du Mérite.

Daniel Mes

Cabinet Member, EVP Frans Timmermans, European Commission

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Daniel Mes

Daniel Mes

Cabinet Member, EVP Frans Timmermans, European Commission

A lawyer by training, Daniel started his career at the European Commission in its competition department. There he worked on transport and digital technology files. During the last Commission term, he managed relations with the European Parliament and the Council, including on transport files, and was a speechwriter to Margrethe Vestager. Since 1 December 2019, he works in the Cabinet of Executive Vice President Frans Timmermans on the European Green Deal in Transport.”

Åsa Pettersson

CEO, Swedenergy

Åsa Pettersson

Åsa Pettersson

CEO, Swedenergy

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.

Adina Vălean

EU Commissioner for Transport

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Adina Vălean

Adina Vălean

EU Commissioner for Transport

Adina Vălean is the European Commissioner for Transport. Before taking office on December 1st 2019, she was a Member of the European Parliament for 12 years. As an MEP she served as the Chairwoman of ITRE Committee (July-December 2019), Chairwoman of ENVI Committee (2017-2019) and as Vice-President of the European Parliament (2014-2017). She was also a Member of the Romanian Parliament between 2004-2007. Adina Vălean holds a Master degree in European Integration Studies and Security and a bachelor degree in Mathematics.


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