• EVA England will be hosting a webinar on 17 March 2021 at 5pm (GMT)
  • The webinar will feature presentations from Michael Zdanowski (a consultant in the low carbon sector), Sophie Adams (OZEV) and Rolle Niemen (EVA England)
  • Drivers, industry and other interested parties are all invited to attend this free event!

On 17 March 2021, EVA England will host a live webinar on the topic of EV Drivers of Today and Shaping the Charging Network of Tomorrow. This webinar will join together recently conducted research about who is driving an electric vehicle (EV) today and their reasons for making the electric switch with recent Government proposals to make public charging easier and more accessible. Attendees will hear from:

  • Michael Zdanowski, a consultant in the low carbon sector
  • Sophie Adams, Head of Consumer Experience at the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV)
  • Rolle Nieminen, Director at EVA England

Presentations will address insights into EV drivers today derived from research conducted with EVA England, New Automotive and Octopus Energy in November-December 2020; the ongoing consultation on ‘The consumer experience at public electric vehicle chargepoints’ and how we shape public charging of the future; and how these two important pieces of work tie together with the work of EVA England to date.

The short presentations will be followed by a panel discussion with a Q&A session, which is a great opportunity to have your questions answered!

This will be an important event for drivers who want to better understand EV uptake, how public charging might be improved, and what they can expect from EVA England as it begins welcoming members.  

To register for the free webinar, please visit our Eventbrite page and submit your details. Please note, this is a digital event. Attendees will receive a link to the webinar in advance of the event. 

We hope to see you there!

Further Information

Michael Zdanowski is a consultant in the low carbon sector and alongside an interest in EVs, has advised clients on hydrogen, nuclear, solar CCUS and other renewable and grid-based technology. More information about the research he conducted with EV drivers can be found here.

For more information on the current consultation on the consumer experience of public electric vehicle chargepoints, please visit the Government’s website.

EVA England would like to thank our speakers, as well as Octopus Energy and New Automotive for their support to date.