Vehicle Electrification Expo enables automotive manufacturers to look at the latest powertrain solutions to improve the performance, efficiency, safety and sustainability of vehicles including light electric vehicles, passenger cars, commercial vehicles, buses and off-highway industrial vehicles. The show will bring together the entire supply chain involved in electric and hybrid vehicle manufacture and development showcasing the very latest technologies for this rapidly growing market.
CEO at Shmuel De-Leon
Chief Engineer (PME.UK.EA) at MAHLE Powertrain Ltd
Dr Cedric Rouaud
Global Technical Expert - Thermal Systems at Ricardo
Global Lead, Energy Storage at Morgan Advanced Materials
Head of Engineering, Hybrid & Electric Systems at Frazer-Nash Research Ltd
Chief Economist at The Faraday Institution
Alex Tylee Birdsall
Director at Tylee Consulting
Head Of Business Development at UKBIC
Head of National Network Programmes at The Advanced Propulsion Centre UK
Managing Director - Head of European Tech Center at A123 Systems GmbH
Head of Vehicle & Powertrain Engineering at Tata Motors European Technical Centre (TMETC)
Chairman at The Faraday Institution
Publisher at CHARGED Electric Vehicles Magazine
President at Spiers New Technologies
Principal at Exponent
Chief Scientific Officer at Wildcat Discovery Technologies
Chief Customer Officer at American Battery Solutions
Chief Technology Officer at CATL
Vice President Technology at Clarios
Professor at University of Warwick
CEO at Lithium Werks
It is important for companies to stay informed and to form partnerships which will help them get to market with the right product at minimum cost and risk. Conferences like Vehicle Electrification Expo are a great way to do that.
Professor David Greenwood, Advanced Propulsion Systems, WMG
The role of the Vehicle Electrification Expo is to bring these inventive companies together to share ideas and initiate new collaborations that will drive the technology forward.
Alex Tylee-Birdsall, director and co-founder Drive System Design
To some extent, the developers of these technologies are still siloed. The role of the Vehicle Electrification Expo and Conference should be to help bring people together who have the same challenges and potentially equally applicable solutions across sectors.
Matt Boyle, Challenge Director, Driving the Electric Revolution challenge, at UK Research and Innovation
There are so many interconnected factors in play (such as technical, economic, political, environmental) that it is almost impossible to predict where the industry will be in 10 years’ time and which approaches will eventually prove to be successful for the OEMs. Vehicle Electrification Expo will provide a platform for those with the most convincing arguments to try to persuade the rest of us that their theories and predictions will prove to be the most accurate.
Daren Mottershead, Sales & Marketing Manager, MAHLE