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Understanding the Irish EV Sector

Update please be aware of changes to our public courses

Covid-19 is understandably occupying widespread attention. To ensure the welfare of our customers, our employees and their families, all training will now be held remotely. We are highly experienced at delivering training remotely as they have formed part of our existing services for many years. You can join our courses via any device with access to the internet and a browser. The sessions will be fully interactive, and you can ask our trainers questions via a device microphone, or type questions and comments.

You can still book on to any of our courses like normal, once your booking is complete, you will receive an email link to join.

Ad-hoc dates may be available upon request.

The electric vehicle (EV) sector is dynamic and fast-paced, with a number of different initiatives taking-off, and players starting to exert their influence. Developments in the space range from policy and regulatory workstreams, through to investment in EV charging infrastructure, and network implications. Different market participants are also beginning to engage with EVs and energy like never before, specifically automotive manufacturers and fleet operators who are offering new propositions and opportunities.

At this training course, our market experts will lead sessions covering the latest developments in the wider EV market, including fundamental policy & regulatory workstreams, smart charging solutions to manage local networks and investment in EV assets. Insight will also be given on value in the domestic and non-domestic retail sector, including vehicle-to-grid propositions, end-user market intelligence and future directions.

Who’s it for?

  • Suppliers
  • Network companies
  • Charge Point Operators and manufacturers
  • Government and regulators
  • Investors
  • Legal firms
  • Fleet operators and leasing companies
  • Asset providers

What does it cover?

  • Overview of EV sector fundamentals and market players
  • EVs place in the Climate Action Plan
  • Managing network implications through smart charging
  • Propositions and value in the energy retail space
  • Investment in charging infrastructure
  • Key developments influencing the EV transition from fleets and automotive manufacturers
  • Outlook on the future and alternatives to electrification




Price: €695

Discounts are available for multiple bookings, please contact Emily at training@cornwall-insight.com for more information, or on +3531 657 3421.

Next Training
7 May 2020

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