The shortlist for the Electric Vehicle Innovations and Excellence (EVIE) awards 2021 has been published.
Cyber security around electric vehicle charging infrastructure, charging reliability and relationships with grid operators have been identified as the key hurdles facing the emobility sector this year. Current± was present at an EV World Congress Advisory Board meeting to hear more.
The nominations window for this year’s Electric Vehicle Innovation and Excellence (EVIE) Awards slams shut tomorrow night (3 September 2021).
Today is the last day to get your nominations in for the Innovation in V2G Award and all the other categories for this year's EVIEs Awards.
Nominations for this year's EVIEs are due to shut this Friday, so move fast to make sure your Best Consumer Proposition (Utility/Energy) is in with a chance of winning.
With less than a week left before the deadline for nominations slams shut, make sure you get your Public Transport Authority of the Year entrants in before Friday.
With only a week left, make sure you get your nominations for the Fleet Electrification Strategy of the Year award at this year's EVIEs in by Friday 27 August.
There's now less than two weeks to get your nominations in for OEM of the Year for the EVIEs awards, before the deadline slams shut on 27 August.
Nominations are set to slam shut on Friday, 27 August, for the Electric Vehicles Innovation and Excellence Award, but there’s still time to vote for Chargepoint Network of the Year.