Evolution of EV charging and solutions for future needs
As the number of Electric Vehicles (EVs) increase, there is a high demand for more energy-efficient charging infrastructure systems that can charge vehicles faster than ever before.
New EVs have higher ranges and larger battery capacities than their predecessors, necessitating the development of fast DC chargers to support quick charging requirements.
Join speaker, Harald Parzhuber, on this 40min presentation as he describes how EV charging has evolved since the very first introduction of Electrical Vehicles.
In this webinar solutions and implementations will be explained, ranging from simple AC-charge systems to ultra-fast DC-chargers, and finishing with an outlook into the future trends.
You can register for the webinar here.
- Introduction to your presenter, the topics covered and additional materials from Joe Bush.
- Harald Parzhuber will walk us through how EV charging has evolved since the very first introduction of Electrical Vehicles. He will explain solutions and implementations ranging from simple AC-charge systems to ultra-fast DC-chargers, and finishing with an outlook into the future trends.
- The event will close with a 20-minute open Q&A session.
- When: London (GMT 1:00)
- Duration: 1 hour
- Price: Free
- Language: English
- Who can attend? Everyone
- Dial-in available? (listen only): Not available.
Harald Parzhuber, Industrial Systems Manager for Renewable Energy at Texas Instruments
Harald Parzhuber manages the Industrial Systems team for Renewable Energy at Texas Instruments. Harald’s team supports customers with in-depth system knowledge, combined with expertise on TI’s product offerings, addressing the design needs of renewable energy applications.
Harald has over three decades of engineering experience, ranging from design and test engineering, to product definition and system engineering. Harald is credited with four patents in the area of industrial automation.
Harald received his Dipl. Ing. (FH) degree from the University of Applied Sciences in Landshut, Germany. In his spare time, Harald enjoys music, as well as travel.