Time Item
09:30 Welcome with coffee

Lector Robert van den Hoed, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences – chair; Introduction/welcome

Lector Franck Rieck (chair DutchINCERT) and Roland Ferwerda (chair NKL); Introductory note

Pavol Bauer (TU Delft, host)


Professor Joeri van Mierlo, VUB Brussel; Status and trends in electric mobility.


Crijn Bouman, ABB; Providing fast charging infrastructure to a growing Electric Vehicle Fleet.


Roel Smelt, MisterGreen; The changing landscape of electric driving: perspective from a EV-leasing company.

11:30 Professor Rik W. De Doncker, RWTH Aachen; Electric Vehicle Fast Charging Ready!
11:55 Lunch & Guided Tour High Voltage Lab
13:15 Professor Pavol Bauer, Delft University of Technology; Prospects for future charging technology.

Parallel sessions 1A - Technological developments

1.    Roos van der Ploeg, EV Consult ; Exploration of alternative, future-resistant charging solutions.
2.    Rob ter Steeg, HAN University of Applied Sciences; New energy vehicle station
3.    Novy Franics & Gautham Ram, Delft University of Technology; E-Hub: Solar Powered Electric Vehicle Charging Station


Parallel sessions 1B - Smart Charging

1.    Frank Geerts, Alliander/Elaad; FlexPower project in Amsterdam: How is smart charging organized in practice?
2.    Jelle Meersmans, Enervalis; Impact of day-ahead price optimization on public charging in The Hague.
3.    Gautham Ram, Delft University of Technology; Solar powered bidirectional EV charger with V2G

15:00 Break

Parallel sessions 2A - Simulating electric mobility

1.    Auke Hoekstra, TU/e; SparkCity model: simulating demand for electric vehicles
2.    Ruben Driessen & Frank Mak, Allego; Supporting activities towards market expansion, an analytics-driven approach
3.    Jurjen Helmus, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences; The SEVA Model: Predicting Future Electric Vehicle Charging Behavior (and effect of increasing battery sizes)


Parallel sessions 2B Consumer: charging behavior 

1.    Rick Wolbertus, Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences; How do we charge and why? An overview of 2 years of data-driven research
2.    Michel Bayings, e-mobility consulting; The cost of charging – Simplicity vs diversity
3.    Gertjan Geurts, Social Charging; (how to) optimize efficient usage of public and private charge points


Yvonne Boerakker, TKI Urban Energy (RVO); Overview of subsidy projects and subsidy opportunities (plenary) 

17:00 Final remarks and roundoff 
17:10 Drinks


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