NKL is the platform where government, knowledge institutions and companies come together to achieve affordable public charging. NKL stimulates development in the public charging sector, facilitates and supports innovative projects and ensures the exchange of knowledge. In the process, we strengthen the position of the Netherlands in the public charging sector.
NKL: Roland Ferwerda (Program Coordinator), Ivo Weekenborg (Director), Nicole van der Schraaf (Communication).
Dutch-INCERT strives to make a successful transition to electric mobility in the Netherlands. It was founded by the Universities of Technology of Eindhoven, Delft and Twente and the Universities of Applied Sciences of Rotterdam, Arnhem/Nijmegen, Amsterdam and Fontys. Dutch-INCERT is a platform that supports scientific and applied research and technological and educational innovation. Dutch-INCERT is pre-competitive and aims to connect research and development to electric mobility transition in the Netherlands. The platform encourages collaboration between various stakeholders, including industry and (local) governments.
“This conference is vital to the development of charging infrastructure and electric mobility. It’s an opportunity for scientists to connect with practitioners and other stakeholders. This conference provides an overview as well, of all research available, and of all possible connections and collaborations. The Netherlands is front runner in this area. Our knowledge on charging infrastructure can become an important export product.”
Robert van den Hoed is Professor Energy and Innovation at Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences. Auke Hoekstra is Senior Advisor Smart Mobility at Eindhoven University of Technology.
Applied Research on Charging Infrastructure is a digital publication of NKL and Dutch-INCERT produced by magazine-on-the-spot.nl.
Coordinators: Nicole van der Schraaf (NKL), Kim Chang Pan Huo, Robin OuwerkerkEditor: Kim Chang Pan HuoDesign & lay-out: Lisanne GottenbosPhotography: Sanneke FisserFilm: Cinemaffia