HomeMotoring UKThe Future of Electric & Hybrid Vehicles Conference Jayne Henry October 22, 2019 Motoring UK Speedyreg – Electric & Hybrid Vehicles Co-located with the Battery Technology Show in the huge Ricoh Arena in Coventry, the Future of Electric & Hybrid Vehicles Conference is a trade event that’s set to be fascinating and informative to anyone with an interest in electric vehicles. The conference runs over two days, 22nd and 23rd of October with many speakers and a huge array of exhibitor stands to browse. Discover the latest technologies and make the most of the great networking opportunities. The show is open from 9.00am until 5.00pm on Tuesday 22nd and 9.00am until 4.00pm on Wednesday the 23rd. Be prepared for a busy couple of days as the timetable is full of talks you’ll want to attend. Tuesday begins with A future of electric commercial vehicleswith Tim Campbell, MD of Campbell’s Consultancy. A look to the future of where the market is headed and what factors will play a part in its success or failure. This is followed by Future Trends in the Global Hybrid and Electric Vehicles Market with Karien Ali, Marketing Consultant at Marketing Arrow, then the CEO of Rockfort Engineering Angus Lyon takes to the stage with Wasim Sarwar, Senior Battery Systems Engineer for Williams F1 no less! They will be discussing the future of performance, from the racetrack to the road. This is followed by a talk on the opportunities and challenges within the UK electric vehicle sector, a speech from Siemens Research Engineer Johan Vanhuyse regarding powertrain concepts and Alternative cells for alternative products by John Fox of AMTE Power. The afternoon brings more talks such as The right choices for energy storage: using market needs, technology advancements and whole solutions by Jeremy Bowman Engineering Director at Hypermotive, C-Ion: Next Generation capacitive energy storage as an enabler for electric and autonomous mobility by Hugh Sutherland Head of Technology at ZapGo Ltd and The Importance of Lithium for the Development of Electric Cars headed by CEO of Cornish Lithium Jeremy Wrathall. Going into Wednesday highlights include a gem for Coventry locals with An Electric Future for Coventry – Motor City UK, Electric Nation, EV’s on the grid byRicky Duke, Innovation and Low Carbon Network Engineer at Western Power and Alternative battery systems – are hydrogen cars the future ? A discussion on hydrogen as a viable alternative fuel and its real world applications.