VolkerSmart Technologies sponsor CIHT EV Charging Seminar about the future of the emerging technology

As one of the UK’s leading installers and maintainers of electric vehicle (EV) chargers, we sponsored the CIHT Technical Seminar on the future of EV charging technology on 19 May.

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Speaking at the CIHT Event.jpg

The forward-thinking seminar, which was held at the Chartered Institution of Highways and Transportation office in London, as well as digitally, was a one-day event focussing on the growth of EV charging and solutions for coming needs.

Bob Pizzey, VolkerSmart Technologies’ business development director, was a key speaker at the event, discussing how the company delivers and supports their client’s sustainable growth ambitions. He said ‘I was delighted to be invited to speak at this inspirational seminar. As the demand for EV charging points continues to surge, the event gives attendees and speakers the opportunity to discuss what must be done to develop an EV charging infrastructure that works for all.’


The event was attended by over 70 specialists from the EV industry as well as key decision makers. Overall, seven industry experts spoke at the event including Peter Brown, Senior Policy Advisor from the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles and Roisin Naughton, Principal City Planner for Transport for London.

The event not only offered attendees a greater insight in to EV charging points infrastructure, but also provided the opportunity to discuss the most recent updates from the government and industry.  Additionally, attendees were able to take part in interactive workshops and get their voices heard on this important topic.

Daniel Isichei, CIHT commented ‘It was great to be able to hold a successful hybrid event with a great mix of online and in-person attendees. The speakers provided us with a fascinating insight into the future for EV charging technology. For CIHT, this event and the content discussed will help us shape the future for highways, transportation and infrastructure.’