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Webinar: EV Charging Infrastructure

09 Oct 2023 | Articles | Webinars

All about Trends, Policies, and Market Developments

Wednesday, 25th October 2023, 2pm- 3pm GMT 

This webinar will delve into an array of topics, including the latest trends in electrification across various vehicle types, global electrification goals, insights into the EV charging market, policies fostering EV charging adoption, and the cutting-edge technology developments shaping this dynamic industry.

Our hosts for this webinar are industry professionals, Saim Talat and Amna Mumtaz, representing PTR. With their expertise and insights, you can expect to gain a profound understanding of the current landscape and the future prospects of electric mobility.

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  • Vehicle Electrification Overview 

Vehicle Electrification Trends 

Passenger Vehicle and Light Commercial Vehicle (LCV) Market  

Buses and Trucks Market 

EV Adoption and Targets 

  • Global Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure (EVCI) Market Overview & Regional Trends 

Global EVCI market forecast and impacting factors. 

American EVCI market 

Europe, the Middle East, and Africa EVCI Market 

Asia-Pacific EVCI Market 

  • Policies and Incentives 
  • New Technologies and Trends in EVCI 

Battery Buffered EV Charging 

Distributed Architecture 

Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) 

Megawatt Charging  

  • Question & Answer Session 



Amna Mumtaz, Market Analyst, PTR Inc.

Amna works as a market analyst in PTR's EVCI team. She graduated with an MS in Electrical Engineering from NUST, where she was the top achiever with the highest CGPA in the 2022 MS EE batch. Amna's expertise lies in conducting market research for EV chargers in the APAC region, making significant contributions to the e-mobility department.


Saim Talat, Senior Analyst, PTR Inc.

Saim research focuses on e-mobility topics, specializing in commercial off-highway vehicles (COHV) and electric vehicle charging infrastructure. He has worked with major EVSE system and component manufacturers, conducting research and analysis of 30+ markets around the world. He boasts sound knowledge of global EVSE technologies, emerging market trends, and the regional competitive landscape. Prior to joining Power Technology Research, Saim was a Research Assistant at the National University of Sciences and Technology where he worked on the analysis and verification of embedded systems.

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