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2 - 3 November 2016 | IET London: Savoy Place



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HEVC returns with the 6th conference specialising in hybrid and electric vehicle infrastructure design and vehicle and technical management, delivering high quality, peer reviewed technical content at the home of the IET, IET London: Savoy Place!


The conference programme features a host of international presentations from across the globe offering you the opportunity to hear both domestic and international findings on new innovations, technologies, techniques and concepts in the field of hybrid and electric vehicles.


With contributions come from both industry and academia you’ll hear plenty of brand new work and research at HEVC that will put you at the forefront of your industry.


Find out more about the HEVC 2016.

Registration is now open, take advantage right now of our group discounts and early bird fees.





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The two day conference programme is available now to download and view online.


Have a look at who you can expect to hear from at HECV 2016 and see the technical content this conference will deliver.


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Electric Vehicles in the news

Sono Motors presents Solar Car via crowd funding - Prestige Electric Car & Bike, August 2016

Tesla accelerates the building of the Gigafactory - Prestige Electric Car & Bike, July 2016

Porsche gears up for all-electric model as parent company VW cleans up its act - E&T Magazine, July 2016

iCar release date rumours, features and images - Macworld UK, July 2016

Jaguar Land Rover, Ford & BMW could open shared electric vehicle battery plant - Autocar, July 2016

Electric car sales could overtake fossil fuels by 2027 - The Telegraph, July 2016


Electric Vehicles at the IET....

Interested in autonomous vehicles? Read the IET's latest insights in this area
Read the IET TechBite on Autonomous Vehicles that features insights from Delphi, Renault Innovation Silicon Valley and the University of Liverpool’s Centre for Autonomous Systems Technology.

Code of Practice for Electric Vehicle Charging Equipment Installation, 2nd Edition
Your definitive guide to safely installing electric vehicle charging equipment, the Code of Practice is updated to Amendment 3 of BS 7671:2008 and contains input from a range of expert industry organisations.

The Code covers the specialised installation requirements of electric vehicle charging equipment in public, private and commercial locations and is ideal for use by electric contractors as well as specifiers and procurers of such equipment.

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This conference can count towards your CPD requirements. You'll earn 12 hours of CPD.

To keep your CPD records up to date, ask us in advance for an attendance certificate

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