In the past 10 years, the deployment of Electric Vehicles has been growing at a rapid rate. As EV manufacturers around the world keep rolling out new models, the power sector is exploring avenues to prepare it self to cope with the challenges arising from this transition.
This specialised 5-week online course is specifically designed for professionals who wish to address the power sector challenges posed by the ever-growing number of EVs on a global scale, namely:
Join FSR Global and experts from around the world to dive into the policy and regulatory frameworks, as well as the business models supporting the development of EVs in Europe, USA, Latin America, and Asia!
This course will help you master:
Welcome class: 10 September 2pm CEST
Week 1: Role of policies and regulation for charging infrastructure deployment: 11-17 September
Live class: 18 September 2pm CEST
Week 2: Role of business models in deploying charging infrastructure: 18 – 24 September
Live class: 24 September 2pm CEST
Week 3: Managing additional EV load in the power system: 25 Sep – 1 Oct
Live class 1 Oct 2pm CEST
Week 4: Insights on V2X applications of EVs: 2-8 October
Live class 9 October 2pm CEST
Week 5: Group work (Mastery Challenges): 9-15 October
Live panels TBD
The training is developed for managers and targets professionals from the power and mobility sector including government agencies, regulatory bodies, energy companies, energy utilities, development organizations, but also academics and researchers.
Some level of prior knowledge of the electromobility and power sector would be useful to dive into the course learnings, if not a quick reading of the course text should get you acquainted.
The participants can take the course on 3 different levels:
The amount of time required to take this course depends on the aimed course level as well as the level of expertise in the subject prior to joining the course:
Paid registration fee is non-refundable. However, registrant substitution may be made up to 20 days before the start date of the course.
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