London EV Show 2023 gears up to electrify ExCel

London EV Show 2023 gears up to electrify ExCel

The countdown for the London EV Show has begun with less than a month to go.

The Show will take place on November 28-30, 2023, at ExCel London.


Retaining its distinction as the largest EV event in London, the 2023 show will feature a comprehensive programme of keynote speeches from highly-regarded speakers, panel discussions and Q&A sessions providing participants with valuable insights into the latest trends and developments in the EV industry.


The diverse topics for discussion on the show include: The United Kingdom & Global EV Outlook, Electrification of Global Transport System, Shaping the EV industry with Revolutionary Technology Trends, Micro Mobility & The Future of Urban Transportation, EV Charging Infrastructure, Network and Payment Systems, Global Battery Market Analysis, Challenges and Solutions, Trends in EV Adoption, Smart Charging Solutions, Fostering EV Startups, Investment Opportunities in EVs and Envisioning the Future of the EV Sector.


The Show has confirmed speakers from the Department for Transport, the Deputy Minister for Climate Change, the Welsh Government, the National Infrastructure Commission, NHS England & NHS Improvement, SAE International, the World Economic Forum, Oxford City Council & more. You can see the full speaker line-up here.


Also, the London EV Show is set to be bigger and better than ever before, with the confirmation of more than 150 exhibitors, including car manufacturers, light vehicles, electric trucks, vans, electric charging infrastructure, battery systems and eVTOLs on display. Visitors will have the opportunity to explore the latest EV models, disruptive innovations and next-gen technology from the global EV sector. You can find out more on the exhibitors here.


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