A Round Table Discussion among Industry Leaders: How European Gas Stations Can Prepare for the EV Charging Era.
February 25, 2021, at 17:00-18:00 CET via Microsoft Teams.
This online round table is an opportunity to debate the latest developments in EV charging – and how these will affect the Oil & Gas sector. From Germany’s recent announcement mandating charging infrastructure at gas stations to the concept of these as service-oriented mobility centers, the discussion will cover the topics most relevant to Oil & Gas.
Participants will share their views on what to expect in the next three to five years and which factors the industry should consider for a successful transition. The goal is to pinpoint challenges and growth areas, analyze new concepts and come up with solutions.
This exclusive gathering will include a carefully curated list of experts and leaders from the Oil & Gas sector. Among them are Florian Mayr, a leading business development strategist and transaction advisory in global renewable energy markets with Apricum Group, and Auke Hoekstra, a senior advisor in smart mobility at the Eindhoven University of Technology. Auke specializes in agent-based modeling to determine the optimal approach for transitioning from fossil fuels to renewable energy. Joining us from has·to·be gmbh’s executive management are CSO Tobias Scharfen and COO Maximilian Huber. In short, there will be a wealth of market knowledge and expertise at the virtual table.
As hosts, we have carefully structured the round table to allow for two-way dialogue and exchanges that are both informative and engaging.
About has·to·be gmbh
has·to·be paves the way for sustainable mobility. With its comprehensive EV Charging solution and innovative services, has·to·be provides everything companies require to enjoy success in the field of EV Charging: from the scalable operation of charging infrastructure to the end-to-end management of worldwide mobility solutions.
More than 120 employees from ten nations work at the headquarters of has·to·be gmbh in the federal province of Salzburg and its offices in Munich and Vienna.
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