EV Infrastructure
Summit

Investment, development, construction and technology strategies for EV Infrastructure
4 - 5 June 2024 | Doltone House Darling Island, Sydney

ABOUT THE EVENT

The EV Infrastructure Summit is the must-attend event for all things EV Charging. It’s where over 300 senior executives from real estate asset owners, developers, investors, city governments, utilities/grid operators, infrastructure, urban design, sustainability experts and EV/Mobility players will come together to:

  • Hear from industry thought leaders – the most influential and progressive EV figures
  • Learn about the latest industry developments and opportunities
  • Get insights around financing, infrastructure, operability, and ROI for EV charging
  • Source the technologies and partners they need to succeed
  • Meet with the people and companies driving the EV transition
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EV Infrastructure Summit

OUR SPEAKERS

Renae Gasmier

Head of Customer Assets, Energy Australia

Neil Glozier

Director - Energy and Sustainability, Pacific, CBRE

Ross De Rango

Head of Energy and Infrastructure, Electric Vehicle Council

Chau Le

Head of E-mobility, Origin Energy

Geoff Horth

Group CEO, SUPA

James Dunstan

Chief Strategy Officer, SUPA

Angelique Mentis

CEO and Founder, Parking Spotz, and President, Parking Australia

Chris Moldrich

General Manager Asset Finance, CBA

Christopher Cormack

Senior New Energy Director, JLL

Adriana Simona Mihăiță

Assoc Professor, Leader, Future Mobility Lab, UTS

The Program

The will bring together senior leaders to discuss the following topics:

Schedule Dates

Conference Schedule

Conference Schedule

Day 1 | Tuesday | 4 June 2024

Day 1: EV Ready Infrastructure for Apartments, Offices, Malls and Cities

08:30

Conference registration & networking

EV charging at scale represents both a customers need and a new business opportunity for building owners. Net zero is a core change driver – and in some cases, electrification is also cost effective. Make sure your property’s amenities include plans for mass emobility.

09:00

FuturePlace Welcome

TRANSITION PLANNING

09:05

Chair’s introduction – How to reduce the EVCI transition costs for property owners

09:10

OPENER | E-mobility in Property Outlook – EV ready infrastructure investment across Australian property sectors

Ross De Rango, Head of Energy and Infrastructure, Electric Vehicle Council
09:30

CASE STUDY | Disruptive innovation in accelerating net zero, net positive energy and scaling the e-mobility property strategy in strata, build-to-rent and build-to sell properties

The energy transition and EV revolution demands a partner that is invested in a sustainable energy and mobility future. Scaling EVCI activities across a portfolio is the chief concern of all property owners and fleet managers. We learn how to support investors, developers, owners, managers and strata communities in e-mobility through enabling EVCI in buildings without capital investment.

Geoff Horth, Group CEO, SUPA
09:50

OPENING PANEL | EV ready or not? – EVCI development trends and best strategies for apartments, offices and shopping centres

There are many ways to capture value from the e-mobility property market. Each sector has different needs and is at a different stage of the adoption cycle. We focus on the hot EV development zones to review how to be ready to catch the EV boom.

Panellists
Neil Glozier, Director - Energy and Sustainability, Pacific, CBRE
Greg Schumann, Director of Transport and Green Mobility ANZ, ENGIE
Jorge Chapa, Chief Impact Officer , Green Building Council of Australia
Chris Duggan, President, Strata Community Association Australasia
Facilitator
Renae Gasmier, Head of Customer Assets, Energy Australia
10:30

Morning refreshments and networking break

CUSTOMER EXPERIENCE

23:10

CASE STUDY | EV infrastructure amenities across a large property portfolio

Landlords are increasingly incorporating EV infrastructure into their buildings as part of plans to make their portfolios more sustainable. Occupant demand is surging as office blocks and shopping centres become the green petrol stations of our future.

Neil Glozier, Director - Energy and Sustainability, Pacific, CBRE
23:30

CASE STUDY | Pioneering innovative solutions that cater to the needs of the EV driver and building owners

How well do you know the needs of the EV driver? This business knows better than most with their business strategies honed by analytics. They share their harmonised approached to developing EV infrastructure for property portfolios

Peter Jessup, National eMobility Business Developer, Schneider Electric
Ben Espinoza, Managing Director, Aeron Group
23:50

PANEL | Optimising EVCI customer experience and parking facility opportunities

Parking facilities play an increasingly important role as EV fuelling stations, with potential to alleviate range anxiety and accelerate EV adoption for fleets and individual vehicle owners. Here we consider what is means to offer seamless charging experience for customers and how facility managers can position themselves for market growth.

Panellists
Angelique Mentis, CEO and Founder, Parking Spotz, and President, Parking Australia
Nick Black, Head of EV Charging Development, Ausgrid
Mabelle Reyes, Head of e-Mobility, AGL Energy
Facilitator
Graham McCabe, Director, Transport Advisory, Urbis
12:30

Lunch and networking break

SHARING THE JOURNEY

13:30

AUDIENCE POLL

13:35

ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS

Delegates split into moderated roundtables to share experiences of EV infrastructure in buildings. Our moderators provide a summary of the feedback.

Roundtable 1 – EV Customer Experience 

Reserved for partner 

Roundtable 2 – Funding and Scaling EVCI  

Ari Koutsougeras, Head of Strata, Smart Urban Properties Australia 

Roundtable 3 – Energy Partnerships 

Jack Kotlyar, Head of Green Transport, Energy Australia 

Roundtable 4 – EVCI Owners and Tenants 

Reserved for partner 

Roundtable 5 – EVCI Building Regulations  

Nick Alsop, Senior Manager – Buildings, Precincts and Homes, Green Building Council of Australia 

Roundtable 6 – Retail EVCI Business Models  

Reserved for partner 

Roundtable 7 – V2X Strategies 

Reserved for partner 

Facilitators
Ari Koutsougeras, Head of Strata and Technology, SUPA
Jack Kotlyar, Head of Green Transport, Energy Australia
Nick Alsop, Senior Manager - Buildings, Precincts and Homes, Green Building Council of Australia
14:20

PANEL | TECHTALKS – Innovations in e-mobility customer service

Here we review innovations in EVCI for at scale for property portfolio owners. We cover analytics, EV solar chargers, curbside charging, self-charging, and net zero buildings and solutions to support customers wherever their journey is.

Panellists
Kyle Bolto, Founder & CEO, Ohmie Go
Facilitator
Christopher Cormack, Senior New Energy Director, JLL
15:00

Afternoon refreshments and networking break

EVCI DEVELOPMENTS

15:30

PANEL | Real estate, energy and e-mobility – Building unconventional partnerships to optimise property value and EV amenities as a service

There is power in numbers. EVI requires new partnerships in a business area new to most of us. We learn from the panel how to best engage with the EV service sectors as you develop EV amenities for your property.

Panellists
Tim Washington, CEO, Jet Charge
Luke Rust, CEO, Outbound Mobility
Facilitator
James Dunstan, Chief Strategy Officer, SUPA
16:10

CASE STUDY | Implementation of charging infrastructure strategies and the integration of EVs to buildings and the grid

Integrated EVCIs provide a comprehensive and sustainable charging ecosystem. These solutions incorporate smart technologies, renewable energy, and advanced infrastructure management for energy efficiency.

Anna Martinis, Principal - Electric Fleets Programs, NSW Office of Energy and Climate Change
16:30

CASE STUDY | Build to Rent - Will EV charging become the hot new rental amenity?

Eighty percent of charging is done at home today. Apartments that don’t provide tenants with the option to charge their cars won’t get the business. This is especially true for the competitive Build to Rent market.

16:50

Chair’s conclusion - Cocktails and networking

Eighty percent of charging is done at home today. Apartments that don’t provide tenants with the option to charge their cars won’t get the business. This is especially true for the competitive Build to Rent market.

DAY 2 | Wednesday | 5 June 2024

Day2: EV Ready Infrastructure for Fleet Operators and Industrial Hubs

E-MOBILITY AT SCALE

09:00

Chair’s welcome – Fleet Transition

Business fleets account for nearly half of all passenger vehicles sold in Australia. How can we support them in the transition to e-mobility?

Steve Lewis, Managing Partner - Asia Pacific, EVenergi
09:10

OPENER | Industrial fleets and depots – Transforming to net zero

Fleet operators have significant upfront capital costs to purchase and deploy the electric vehicles and associated charging infrastructure. This won’t stop them buying EVs, but it will require them to plan a careful electrification transition strategy.

Vince White, GM, QFleet, President, Australasian Fleet Management Association
09:30

MARKET VIEW: EV Fleets and leasing – Facing the once in 100-year technology change

The mobility market offers a great opportunity for new business from new technology. We learn how the leasing market is adjusting its consumer proposition for EVs.

Rohan Martin, CEO, National Automotive Leasing and Salary Packaging Association
09:50

PANEL | Creating e-mobility models to reduce risks associated with the transition

Organisations are starting to feel the pressure to reduce emissions. Many have adopted e-mobility as a business strategy. Test projects are returning results that break with traditional mindsets. Our panel discusses how you make e-mobility work for a business.

Panellists
Terry Niemeier, Director Program & EV Market Development, NSW Office of Energy and Climate Change
Steve Ellis, Fleet Operations Manager, Telstra
Facilitator
Marc Sibbald, Fleet Director, IPWEA
10:30

Morning refreshments and networking break

RESEARCH INSIGHTS

11:00

RESEARCH INSIGHT: When should you transition to EVs and do you have a choice?

The big question everyone has, is not whether we should transition to EVs, but when. We know that for many businesses, the costs are high. The temptation is to wait. For other businesses, waiting might destroy their business partnerships. We review the data.

Ben Selwyn, Strategy & Insights Director, Fifth Quadrant
11:20

Powering the transition to zero-emission fleets

Now is the time for public sector entities, private stakeholders, and fleet owners to start laying the groundwork for future ZE freight transport. Achieving their transition goals may require ten years of EVCI and e-fleet development, We learn how the fleets operators in Australia are preparing for this process.

11:40

PANEL | Fleet Depots - Lessons on the journey to net zero transport for fleets

Our panel shares their experience of fleet depot electrification and how fleet operators are approaching the challenges of large scale EVCI.

Facilitator
Adriana Simona Mihăiță, Assoc Professor, Leader, Future Mobility Lab, UTS
Panellists
Chau Le, Head of E-mobility, Origin Energy
Bjornar (BJ) Siem, EV and Charging Expert, Department of Energy and Public Works QLD
12:30

Lunch and networking break

AUDIENCE POLL

SHARING THE JOURNEY

13:35

ROUND TABLE DISCUSSIONS

Delegates split into moderated roundtables to share experiences of EV infrastructure in buildings. Our moderators provide a summary of the feedback.

Roundtable 1. Load Demand for eDepots 

Stephen Hoult, Principal Consultant Commercial & Future, CS Energy 

Roundtable 2. EV Fleet Financing 

Chris Moldrich, General Manager Asset Finance, CBA 

Roundtable 3. EV Transition Models 

David Malicki, Team Lead, Net Zero Transport, NSW Office of Energy and Climate Change 

Roundtable 4. EV Fire Risk 

Emma Sutcliffe, Project Director, EV Fire Safe 

Roundtable 5. EVCI Data Analytics 

Diana Ruiz Diaz, New Energy Landscape Offer Manager, Schneider Electric 

Roundtable 6. Charging-as-a-Service 

Reserved for partner 

Roundtable 7. Fleet leasing 

Reserved for partner 

Facilitators
Stephen Hoult, Principal Consultant Commercial & Future, CS Energy
Chris Moldrich, General Manager Asset Finance, CBA
David Malicki, Team Lead, Net Zero Transport, NSW Office of Energy and Climate Change
Emma Sutcliffe, Project Director, EV Fire Safe
Diana Ruiz Diaz, New Energy Landscape Offer Manager, Schneider Electric
14:20

TECH PANEL | Sharing innovation in e-mobility for fleets and industrial hubs

Australian business fleets are committed to the transition to EVs. However, there are still some significant challenges that need to be addressed before EVs can become mainstream. Our panel reviews the proliferation of e-fleet enabling technologies from mobility platforms, to Intelligent charging, and the fusion of EVs and renewable energy.

Facilitator
Ricky Fung, Head of Innovation, E-mobility, Origin Energy
15:00

Afternoon refreshments and networking break

RESILIENT SUPPLY CHAIN

15:30

CASE STUDY | Adoption of EV Fleets as a sustainable logistics option

Team Global Express operate the largest e-fleet in Australia. We learn how they undertook the complex task of designing the site to accommodate 60 EVs and the charging infrastructure required to support them.

Heather Bone, Director of ESG, EV Fleet Project Lead, Team Global Express
15:50

CASE STUDY | Last mile delivery fleet transition and EV infrastructure

In response to client demand, this fleet operator is rolling out an ambitious EV fleet strategy. The challenge for the business is determining the right fit of charging infrastructure and e-mobility strategy to meet business and client requirements.  

16:10

Building the next-generation e-workforce in e-mobility energy services

EVs are expected to reach 55% of total global vehicle sales by 2030, but lack of collaboration could impact adoption and decarbonisation goals. We learn how utilities are gearing up for the mass EV surge and where customers are needing more help.

Mabelle Reyes, Head of e-Mobility, AGL Energy
16:30

CASE STUDY | Developing the zero emission fleet transition business case

Taking the first step is always the hardest; however the key is developing a sound and reliable business case for transitioning your fleet. Transit Systems shares their 3-year experience of operating Australia’s greenest fleet and largest electrified depot.

Mark Peters, EGM E-Mobility & Fleet Innovation , Transit Systems
16:50

Chair’s conclusion and end of conference

Taking the first step is always the hardest; however the key is developing a sound and reliable business case for transitioning your fleet. Transit Systems shares their 3-year experience of operating Australia’s greenest fleet and largest electrified depot.

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EV Infrastructure SUMMIT

WHO WILL ATTEND?

Industries:
  • Commercial Property Owners and Operator
  • Urban Planners and Regulators
  • Energy storage and microgrids
  • Electrical consultants and architects
  • Charge-point operators
  • Grid connection services
  • Charging equipment providers
  • Energy, carbon data analytics
  • C&I EV developers, fleet managers
  • EV fleet leasing services
  • Grid integration for large scale fleets
  • EV charging back to base service
  • Fleet base energy storage solutions
  • Fleet energy and carbon data analytics
Job functions:
  • Building Services
  • Property Development & Renovations
  • Property Operations & Maintenance
  • Facilities Management
  • EV Charging for Buildings
  • Energy Solutions & Deployment
  • Sustainability, Finance & Procurement
  • Energy Storage-DER Integration
  • Decarbonisation & Net Zero
  • Network Strategy & Future Grid
  • Decarbonisation Solutions
  • City Planning
  • Fleet, Transport, Sustainability Planning
  • EV Charging & EV Procurement
  • Energy Sourcing, Storage & Grid
  • Sustainability, Finance & Procurement
  • Decarbonisation & Net Zero Strategies
  • Network Strategy & New Business

Who Should Partner?

As the EV Infrastructure market accelerates in Australia, organisations that provide investment, design, construction and technology solutions, along with the services ecosystem that sells, manages and maintains EV Infrastructure will experience significant new demand. First movers will see big wins.

What better reason to consider becoming a partner at Australia’s most important EV Infrastructure event.

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