Mobility Portal, Spain
Date: April 4, 2024
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By Javiera Altamirano

Today the NORDIC EV SUMMIT begins: What is expected from the largest eMobility conference in Northern Europe?

On 4th and 5th April, the Nordic Electric Vehicle Summit will take place in Oslo, with the participation of the leading companies in the market. Mobility Portal Europe will cover the event and share the details.

A new edition of the NORDIC EV SUMMIT, considered the most important conference and meeting place for electric mobility in Europe, is approaching.

It will take place on 4th and 5th April at NOVA Spektrum in Lillestrøm, marking the seventh time that the Norwegian Electric Vehicle Association (Norsk elbilforening) invites and gathers key industry players, NGOs, and the academic world.

Visitors will have the opportunity to explore the proposals of the leading market firms and immerse themselves in the eMobility world by accessing various exhibitions and conferences.

This two-day event will offer plenary sessions, opening speeches, product launches, and technology press events and exhibitions.

Moreover, companies will have the opportunity to meet new and potential customers and expand their network and business.

It is worth mentioning that the 2023 edition was the largest event held to date, with 1,300 participants, 80 sponsors, and 50 speakers from 40 different countries.

This year, more than 1,500 delegates from 40 different countries are expected to participate, as well as 75 speakers from 18 nationalities.

Among them are Sigrid de Vries, Director General at the European Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (ACEA); Guillaume Pelletreau, Vice President of Electrification and Connected Services at Nissan AMIEO; Charlotte Eisner, Head of Business Development of Zeekr Technology Europe; and Beatrice Simonsson, Head of Product Management at Polestar.

Also, Erik Severinson, Head of Strategy & New Cars at Volvo Cars; Jonathan Mukai, Senior International Policy Manager & Senior Counsel at Rivian; Eirik Lae Solberg, Governing Mayor of Oslo; Therése Lindahl, Head of eTruck Solution Sales Readiness at Scania; Claas Bracklo, Chairman of the Charging Interface Initiative (CharIN e. V.) and Policy Director at BMW; among others.

It is worth mentioning that the programme includes ten main stage sessions, three deep-dive sessions, and nine sessions on PwC’s strategy and sponsorship stage.


Additionally, the congress features a large exhibition area, where 77 companies will showcase all the latest developments in electric mobility.

Among the most prominent are Kempower, Ekoenergetyka, Alpitronic, Amina Charging, Delta Electronics EMEA, Gresgying, MONTA, RENOVA, Sinexcel Electric, Sungrow, SHENZHEN WINLINE TECHNOLOGY, Spirii, Mer, EVBox, ABB e-mobility, Huawei, Elywhere, Deftpower, WILLBERT, Keyloop, and Wallbox.

Also, EVbee, Alfen, Sparkion, Metergram, Enersense, CIRCONTROL, ONEPOLE, AMPECO, Driivz, go-e, GreenFlux, AUTEL Energy, Powercharge, Supercharge, Landis+Gyr, DOVER, Evercharge, Watt & Well, Omexom, Techniche, Elinta Charge, Kverneland Energi AS, Smappee, KEBA Group, Nidec, Exicom Group, Heroes H2020, and Eberspächer.

Finally, it is worth mentioning FLEXeCHARGE, Lasun Group, VEGA CHARGERS, Infypower, eMabler, Allego, Reefilla, NexBlue, and Ayond, with the collaboration of Polestar.

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