Reuters Events Webinar: Democratising Electrification: Improving EV Total Cost of Ownership

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London, United Kingdom--(Newsfile Corp. - May 11, 2022) - Democratizing sustainability, specifically in the form of electric vehicles is an easy sell to those in Silicon Valley, but for many who are economically disenfranchised-whether in the Bronx or Bangalore-the promise of EV ownership remains beyond their means. For them, there are several challenging speed bumps along the way to EV adoption, including vehicle sticker price and total cost of ownership (TCO). Only when the balance between price and performance has been solved will EV adoption be truly available to all.

Join this free webinar to discuss how to improve EV total cost of ownership.

This discussion will delve into:

  • Development of high-performing, and cost effective, batteries and battery technology
  • EV manufacturing efficiencies
  • The growing role of automotive software
  • Powerful partnerships within the EV ecosystem

Hear from:

  • Richard Colley, VP of Public Policy & Regulatory Affairs, Arrival
  • Chirag Patel, Director of Electrification Software and Ecosystems, Analog Devices
  • Erik Severinson, Head of Industrial Strategy, Volvo Cars
  • Moderator: Asif Anwar, Director, Strategy Analytics

Don't miss out this discussion and register now.

If you are not able to join on the day, register anyway to receive the recordings.


Brenda Staines
Senior Project Director
Reuters Events
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