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Charging Infrastructure & Battery Storage – The Bridge Between the Energy and Electric Vehicles

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New New Electric Avenue Podcast episode. Second expert panel of a series of three panels from conference that GreenWay Infrastructure organized on 26.3.2019 in Brussels to look at issues affecting the future of electric vehicle charging infrastructure deployment and raise these issues for policymakers there.  GreenWay Managing Partner Peter Badik talks to his guests about the role of EV charging providers in energy management, storage capacity of EVs in the future and stationary battery storage in combination with charging infrastructure. 

Peter Badik from GreenWay Infrastructure talks to Richard Ferrer from INEA - Innovation and Networks Executive Agency, Ivo Schmidt from the cabinet of European Commission Vice President Maroš Šefčovič, Sven Brink from Allego and Naomi Chevillard from SolarPower Europe



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Matt Chester on May 15, 2019 12:56 am GMT

The interplay between the grid, flexible energy storage, and EVs is one of the most interesting stories for utilities in the next decade. I think in particular it will be fascinating to watch how it plays out in different parts of the world, so it's fascinating to see this conversation in Brussels and think about how that conversation might be the same or different if it was in Detroit

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