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September 13, 2018
Daniel Gilliard of BEMCO with Paul Markland of Timeguard

Thanks to everyone who joined us at Stadium MK for the third EDA Regional Business Forum of the Year. The theme was Electric Vehicles and the business opportunities for the wholesaler.

If you missed this Forum, the next (and final) one for this year is taking place in November alongside LuxLive 2019 at London’s ExCeL. The programme is already available and online registration is open.

Milton Keynes delegates said

“First time I attended, very enjoyable – will come again”

“Good sessions”

“Very informative”

“It was informative and made it all easy to understand”

Click on the title link to launch a PDF of the presentations

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Transport electrification and flexibility: a view from the supply chain
Presenter: Jeremy Yapp, Flexible Energy Solutions BEAMA

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The emergence of EV charging and how it can work for you
Presenter: Danny Winn, EV Sales Director – UK, Ireland and the Netherlands, Schneider Electric

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Mobile metering concept enables affordable charging infrastructure and new business models in Real Estates and street
Presenters: Darren Garbett, Business Development Manager, Electrium Sales (A Siemens Company and James Everley, Director of UK Business Development & Operations, ubitricity

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EDA Update: Making the most of your EDA membership including Training and Apprenticeships
Presenters: Margaret Fitzsimons, CEO and Anne Vessey, Head of Marketing & Communications

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18th Edition Wiring Regulations came into effect on 1 July 2018: what’s changed and what’s the impact on the wholesaler?
Presenter: Gary Parker, Senior Technical Support Engineer, Electrical Contractors’ Association (ECA)

 

EIC Lottery – the difference your support makes
Presenter: Vicky Gray, Operations & Business Development Manager, Electrical Industries Charity (EIC)

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