We’re on the cusp of a more sustainable future. You might even say we’re on the verge of it. Facilitating this change means engaging across industries with those who have the same goals.
Head of Polestar US Gregor Hembrough and ChargePoint Chief Marketing Officer Colleen Jansen will sit down for a breakout session to discuss software, and what it means for the electric driving experience.
VERGE20 is an online event organized by GreenBiz Group, a media and events company that works at the intersection between business, technology and sustainability. More than 10,000 leaders from the private and public sectors will be joining to talk about “accelerating the clean economy”.
The video session, titled “Software Will Define the Future of E-Mobility”, is part of the VERGE20 online event which is happening Oct 26th to 30th. It will discuss future integrations which will ease the transition to electrification for drivers, businesses and fleets.
ChargePoint’s experiences in establishing charging networks and means they’re familiar with the challenges of encouraging a shift towards greater electrification. The focus of the talk, in part, will be the software, the way it integrates with the car, and whether or not it will affect consumers’ choice to go electric.
The session will be moderated by journalist and Chair of VERGE Transport Katie Fehrenbacher and will take place on Monday, October 26th from 13:00 to 13:30 PT (22:00 to 22:30 CEST).
We are on the verge of a shift to a more sustainable electric future. Sign up for the event here to learn more.
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Time is running out. To stay within the 1.5-degree target, we need to take immediate action. In the quest for circularity, transitioning to electric transport is one of several imperative steps. This step calls for a change in behaviour, from people, businesses, and governments. Because frankly, we don’t have time not to.