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Joined Up Infrastructure: Connect & Energise (JUICE) 
Conference Programme

09.00 Doors open. Breakfast & Networking
09.40 Welcome
Kate Armitage, GREENFLEET Ambassador and Event Host

Session 1: The UK Charging Market – Where are we and will we achieve the 300,000 charge points target by 2030?

09.50 UK government’s £1.6 billion commitment to Future-Proofing the Electrification of UK Mobility
Venn Chesterton, Deputy Director, Driving the Electric Revolution, Innovate UK
10.00 #collaboration – Ensuring a coordinated approach to the roll-out of charging infrastructure in the UK
Victoria Read, Chair, ChargeUK
10.10 Expert Panel
Venn Chesterton and Victoria Read are joined by Cllr Anne Railton, Oxford City Council and Sam Clarke, GRIDSERVE
10.40 Session One 1 Summary
Kate Armitage

Session 2: Industry Viewpoint – Are the UK’s standardisation regulations robust enough to achieve the consistent and accessible network required for UK fleets?

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10.45 What is the view from the fleet drivers on the ground?
Paul Hollick, Chair, Association of Fleet Professionals
10.55 The word from the drivers is...
Lorna McAtear, National Grid
11.05 Expert Panel
Paul Hollick and Lorna McAtear are joined by Malcolm Wilkinson, National Highways

Session 3: Case Studies & Open Q&A

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11.55 City of EV Excellence… We hear how the UK’s most recognised city, in terms of electrification, continues to develop e-mobility capability
Fraser Crichton, Dundee City Council
12.10 From cars and small vans to large vans and trucks… Electrification is possible, with the right workplace charging
Stuart Murphy, Royal Mail
12.25 Creating a charging network across multiple sites, capable of supporting irregular vehicle downtime
Chris Rutherford, London Ambulance Service NHS Trust
12.40 Open Q and A session
featuring Fraser Crichton, Stuart Murphy, Chris Rutherford, Lana Meddings (ADEPT) and Reuben Pollard (Formula Space)

13.15 Lunch and networking
Delegates grab lunch and sit on hosted tables… And rotate!

Session 4: What is needed to realise the electric dream?

14.20 Combatting anti-EV narratives and communicating with non-EV audiences.
Quentin Willson, FairCharge
Q and A session with broadcaster and EV advocate Quentin Willson, FairCharge
14.50 Session four summary
Kate Armitage, GREENFLEET

Session 5: Get it PAID – Payments… Accessibility… Interoperability… Deployment

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14.55 The panel discuss the role of EMSPs, deployment and accessibility and manufacturer interoperability
featuring Sara Sloman - Paythru, Tina Mould - Energy Superhub Oxford, Niall Riddell - Paua, Kate Tyrrell - ChargeSafe and Harrison Brook - Zap-Map
15.25 Event Summary
Kate Armitage, GREENFLEET
15.30 Event Close

Speakers may be subject to change. Please check back for the latest programme