Office for Low Emission Vehicles
Rob works in the Office for Low Emission Vehicles (OLEV), a cross-Government policy unit working to position the UK as a global leader in the design, development, manufacture and deployment of ultra-low emission vehicles and associated technologies. As deputy head, he is responsible for energy and infrastructure policy, including Government’s strategy on charge-point deployment and how to integrate them within the energy system. Rob has worked in Government since 2007, both within the Department of Business and Department of Energy and Climate Change, working on renewable heat, devolution and, most recently, electricity system policy.
12:40 pm - 1:25 pm
Panel: EV Infrastructure – Frontier planning and a flexible approach to the evolving transport and mobility sector
Theatre: Local Infrastructure
Uncover the challenges and triumphs in procuring charge point networks across the public and private domain and learn of the latest innovations in EV technology and integration demonstrably capable of driving deployment of EVs to the masses.
- Delivering Infrastructure that fulfils low Emission Strategy and future proofing the EV boom.
- What funding is available and how do you access it?
- Who pays for installation and how is the money spent?
- EV and hybrid future market trends
- Vehicle and charging type trajectories
- Future planning: Social housing/housing authorities
- Cities vs urban vs highway
- How to get other local stakeholders involved and gain buy-in
- How does your EV plan fit in with your wider transport planning?
- Future Energy Scenarios 2018: Where will the power come from?
- Public opinion of EVs and how to optimise your charging network to suit customer requirements
- Public/Private Partnerships