Online business community goes live
The EV Café shares experiences on zero emission mobility by connecting the EV sector with industry experts and leaders from around the globe.
Bringing its very own Top Gear style show, the branded café will be created in the heart of the exhibition, with three live shows each day, tackling the hot topics of the moment.
Regular hosts include Jonny Berry, Paul Kirby, Sam Clarke, Sara Sloman, and John Curtis. Invited guests join the show to discuss key topics which have included access to vehicle charging, electric and hydrogen powered trucks, infrastructure developments and OEM news.
“We set up The EV Café originally as a way of interacting with like-minded people online during the first lockdown. Since then, The EV Café has become a lively, progressive group of passionate EV professionals who are helping to drive change through collaboration and discussion”
commented Jonny Berry, founder of The EV Café.
“Having an opportunity to take the show on the road to ITT Hub was too good to miss We are really excited about the prospect of turning The EV Café into a real live event with real coffee!”
The schedule for the live shows is below, with each of The EV Café crew also revealing something about them and their EVs.
Wednesday 30 June
11.30am – Guests: Young sustainability champions, Duncan Forrester (Volta Trucks), Richard Parker (Webfleet), Jonny Berry
1.15pm – Guests: Gareth Rogers (FIL), Lorna McAtear (National Grid), Mandy Dean (Ford), John Curtis
2.45pm – Guests: Roger Atkins, Andy Eastlake (Zemo Partnership), Buta Atwal (Wrightbus), Sara Sloman
Thursday 1 July
11am – Guests: Richard Chamberlain (Fiat), Steven Meersman (Zenobe), Rachel Ford (Transport for the South East), Sam Clarke
1pm – Guests: Jordan Marie-Brompton (Myenergi), Carlos Rodrigues (Renault Trucks), Mike Haran (Maxus), Paul Kirby
2.30pm – Guests: Graeme Cooper (National Grid), Wayne Edwards (Mercedes-Benz), Leon Daniels and Mark Griffin (Binswood Media)