Electric Vehicle Charging - Infrastructure, Market and Connectivity

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Organisation profile

ABB’s Electrification Business Area is a global leader in electrical products and solutions, operating in more than 100 countries, with over 200 manufacturing sites. Our 50,000+ employees are dedicated to transforming how people live, connect and work by delivering safe, smart and sustainable electrification solutions. We are shaping the future trends of electrification, differentiating through technological and digital innovation while delivering an outstanding experience through operational excellence for our customers across utilities, industry, buildings, infrastructure and mobility. For more information visit https://go.abb/electrification

Training aim

To take a holistic view of the EV Charging segments and to appreciate the infrastructure (Chargers and Electrical), both IoT and electrical that is required to support each segment. 

Learning objectives

o EV Charging in the context of climate change and alternate technologies
o Industry background in relation to Automotive manufacturers, technological advancements and charging standards including CCS and CHAdeMO.
o 22 kW AC Charging, what is possible vs what can be realised in terms of speed.
o Projected Trends and Requirements in relation to EV charging networks.
o Charging Technology that is applicable to different user cases.

o High Power Charging and Dynamic DC

Course outline

Electric Vehicle Charging is something that is quite new in Ireland and knowing more about this will help further Ireland’s 2020 and 2030 De-Carbonisation Targets. The CPD module will give the audience a rounded view of the e-mobility segment including charging technology, charging technology segments, supporting infrastructure both electrical and IoT, automotive EV technology and future trends.

Trainer's profile

Prior to studying to become an Electrical Engineer, James served his time as an electrician both with private industry and ESB Networks. James worked as an Electrical Engineer with both ESB International (HV Substation Design and Project Management) and ESB Networks (DS3 technical programs and program management), achieving Professional Engineer status with ESB before pursuing an MBA. Post MBA James took up the technical/commercial position as Market Development Manager in ABB Ireland for EVI.

Course duration

60 minutes.

Assessment & certification

Certification of attendance to be provided by ABB.

Who should attend

Engineers and all stakeholders directly or indirectly connected to EV Infrastructure.