VITAL EV TV – SERIES 2: SCHEDULE
Episode 1 (Specialist Electric Vehicles) – Tuesday 18th July 2023 at 10am
A 2-part episode that looks at the electrification of the specialist heavy-duty vehicle sector. Featuring key figures at Mercedes-Benz Bus and Terberg, this fascinating episode examines the unique challenges and oppertunities of their unique sectors.
Episode 2 (Next-Generation Charging Hubs) – Tuesday the 25th July 2023 at 10am
Paul travels to the headquarters of Be.EV in Manchester to explore the future of public EV charging. We speak with company CEO Asif Ghafoor to discuss and explore the innovative, next-generation of charging hubs in Greater Manchester and how they are being deployed across the UK.
Episode 3 (Vital Victories) – Tuesday the 1st August 2023 at 10am
Grassroots sports form a beating heart of the community and Vital EV is a proud supporter of many community-based organisations local to Coventry, and this episode looks at two local sport sponsorships (Coventry Rugby and Coventry Phoenix) in detail.
Episode 4 (Event EV Charging) – Tuesday the 8th August 2023 at 10am
Every year, Vital EV supports hundreds of industry events around the country by providing its ‘Mobile Rapid Charging Hubs’. This episode focuses on one of the biggest events in the EV calendar, Fully Charged Live, and examines how the unique benefits of Vital EV’s Movable Charger hire fleet overcome the challenges.
Episode 5 (Local Authority Charging) – Tuesday the 15th August 2023 at 10am
In this episode, we visit South Wales to take an in-depth look at Newport Council’s new hub-and-spoke EV charging system for the RCV (Refuse Collection Vehicle) fleet, and how Vital EV’s engineering teams have developed bespoke solutions to reduce the risk of damage and make best use-of-space.
Episode 6 (Direction of Travel) – Tuesday the 22nd August 2023 at 10am
The series finale explores the future of EV charging with battery-electrochemist Dr Euan McTurk. This examines the direction of travel, particularly in the area of 1000v chargers, 1000kW chargers (MCS) and the latest V2G trials.