Six essentials for e-mobility


Transport is at the centre of Europe’s quest for energy independence since it is one of the sectors most reliant on fossil fuels. Clean and renewable electrification is also the fastest way to accelerate transport’s decarbonisation and reach energy independence.

These six essentials for the EV revolution will be explored at the EVision event:

  1. Access to increasingly expensive critical raw materials
  2. Increased clean power generation for transport decarbonisation
  3. Enhanced grid management and cross-sectoral cooperation to integrate new demand and stabilise the grid
  4. More evenly distributed charging infrastructure to guarantee hassle-free cross-border travel
  5. More consumer acceptance of electric vehicles
  6. Workforce shortages and upskilling needs

This year, Eurelectric has partnered with EY to analyse these six essentials and identify critical solutions.

Join us at EVision – the first event gathering e-mobility and power sector leaders from across Europe.

Visionary Speakers

Serge Colle

EY Global Energy & Resources Industry Market Leader; Global Power & Utilities Sector Leader

Serge Colle

Serge Colle

EY Global Energy & Resources Industry Market Leader; Global Power & Utilities Sector Leader

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.

Carla Detrieux

Director of Business Development at Volta Trucks

Carla Detrieux

Carla Detrieux

Director of Business Development at Volta Trucks

Volta Trucks’ Director of New Business Development, Carla Detrieux, was part of the founding team and pivotal in shaping and defining the company’s mission to be the leader in zero emissions, safe and sustainably mobility. Starting her career in the hospitality sector with Best Western and Ritz Carlton Hotel Company, Carla has put customer relationships and experience at the heart of the Volta Trucks’ business development strategy, spearheading partnership, collaboration, and knowledge sharing, which culminated in Europe’s two largest ever orders of electric heavy commercial vehicles, with Petit Forestier and DB Schenker.  Since Volta Trucks launched 18 months ago, the commercial team has grown exponentially, with cross-sector experience, facilitating market entry into seven European countries and customer engagement across multiple industries

Markus Mildner

CEO eMobility, Siemens Smart Infrastructure

Markus Mildner

Markus Mildner

CEO eMobility, Siemens Smart Infrastructure

Since January 2022 Markus Mildner has been CEO of eMobility at Siemens Smart Infrastructure.

Previously, he headed the global sales organization at Siemens Smart Infrastructure. Between 2016 and 2019 Markus was General Manager for Siemens Energy Management Division in China. In the past he held several Executive Management positions at Siemens and BenQ in Germany, Colombia, and Mexico.

Besides several board memberships Markus is currently serving as Industrial Advisor to the Low Carbon Institute of the Jiao Tong University of Shanghai and as Chairman of the Infrastructure Group of the German Asia-Pacific Business Association.”

 

Monique Goyens

Director General of BEUC

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Monique Goyens

Monique Goyens

Director General of BEUC

As Director General of BEUC, Monique represents 46 independent national consumer associations in 32 European countries, acting as a strong consumer voice in Brussels, ensuring that consumer interests are given weight in the development of policies and raising the visibility and effectiveness of the consumer movement through lobbying EU institutions and media contacts.


As a consumer expert and advocate, and on behalf of BEUC, Monique is a member of the Euro Retail Payments Board as well as of the European Commission’s Consumer Policy Advisory Group. She is also a member of the Advisory Group on Noncommunicable Diseases of WHO-Region Europe. Previously, she was a member of the expert group on “Online Disinformation” (2018), the expert group on “trade agreements” (2018-2019), the EU High Level Forum for the Capital Market Union (2020) and sub-group on Artificial Intelligence, Connected Products and other new Challenges in Product Safety (2020), and the European Commission’s Platform on Sustainable Finance and Expert Group High-Level Roundtable on Chemicals Strategy for Sustainability (2021-2022). She was also Vice-Chair of the European Advisory Board of the Open Society Foundations (2017-2020).


In her capacity as BEUC Director General, Monique is currently EU Co-Chair of the Transatlantic Consumer Dialogue (TACD) a network of EU and US consumer organisations, and she also represents BEUC at Consumers International, the international consumer organisation.


Apart from championing consumers’ rights, Monique’s passions/challenges are her family & cooking for friends – including delicious veggie meals.


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