• Events

    Join us at our upcoming events to hear from our executives and get a chance to meet the team

    Marc Monbouquette, Senior Manager, Regulatory and Government Affairs at eMotorWerks, took part in Clean Energy + Advocacy 101 Workshop in San Francisco, hosted by CELI in partnership with E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs). This event allowed participants interested in clean energy careers to learn more about the innovative technologies, government policies and business models.

    8 December, 2018San Francisco, CA
    Preston Roper, eMotorWerks’ COO & CMO, is attending the PowerGen conference in Florida and speaking at the panel “EVs and Beyond: Power Generation Innovations Advancing the Energy Industry”. From electric vehicles and vehicle-to-grid technology, to microgrids and digital power plants, the pace at which the energy industry is changing is both exciting and alarming. A panel of experts will share opinions on what new and emerging is happening in the power generation industry and how large companies are deciding where to invest and why.

    December 4-6, 2018Orlando, Florida
    eMotorWerks’ VP, Business Development - Asia, Lucian Ion, is attending the Japan Solar & Energy Storage Conference held on Osaka. It is Japan’s largest congress dedicated to the development of solar and energy storage market. Lucian is speaking at the panel called “Evaluating Virtual Power Plants to Measure the Renewable Energy Structure and Energy Storage Applications”.

    October 29-30, 2018Osaka, Japan
    eMotorWerks’ CEO & Founder, Val Miftakhov, is participating in the YPE panel that will focus on mobility and Vehicle to Grid technology at the Energy Storage North America (ESNA) conference. The event will highlight the growth and transformation of the energy storage industry at the intersection of power and transportation.

    November 8, 2018Pasadena, CA
    Val Miftakhov, our CEO & Founder, is speaking at LESC, held at the University of San Francisco as part of the Global Climate Action Summit being held later in Poland. Val will touch upon Enel’s expanding line of e-Mobility solutions that help to meet global decarbonization goals, explain how the company sets itself apart as an industry leader in the e-Mobility sector, and what vision it has for balancing grids and increasing renewable energy integration into transportation.

    11 September, 2018San Francisco, CA
    Cenex LCV 2018
    Join eMotorWerks in Hall 5, Stand C5-306b at the Low Carbon Vehicle Event by Cenex, the UK's first center of excellence for low carbon and fuel cell technologies. LCV attracts nearly 4,000 delegates annually, including decision makers, major stakeholders, key manufacturers and supply chain representatives from the UK industry along with government officials.

    September 12-13, 2018Millbrook, Bedford, UK
    Join eMotorWerks at UK Construction Week 2018 in Birmingham, where we will be exhibiting at stand E600. Mark Walker, eMotorWerks’ Country Manager for the UK and Ireland, is also speaking on 10th October at Energy2018, a part of UK Construction Week. Mark will cover the challenges posed by the ever-growing energy demand created by the EV market and why smart charging matters today.

    October 9-11, 2018Birmingham, UK
    Dolf Joekes, VP of Product Partnerships at eMotorWerks, is attending the session "Toward the IoT Smart City" on July 11 at the IoT Global Forum. Dolf will present the how advancements in smart-grid electric charging hardware and software are opening up electric vehicle OEMs to realize recurring income through the participation into “energy services” programs operated by utilities and grid operators, such as Sonoma Clean Power. These industry players know when the rEVolution of transportation hits, utilities will be desperate to manage EV charging loads to prevent grid failures or need to supply expensive peak energy, possibly also necessitating the need to turn on fossil-fueled peaker plants. With this next-generation of charging infrastructure, local utilities will be able to aggregate EV loads throughout a charging cycle while also minimizing costly grid upgrades and peak energy acquisition costs.

    July 10-11, 2018Portland, OR