Third-annual electrification conference in early 2024

Zapi Group’s virtual Future of Electrification event from Feb. 7-8, 2024

The third-annual Future of Electrification virtual conference will return from Feb. 7-8, 2024, announced the event’s presenter, Zapi Group, an Italian vehicle electrification company.

Registration is now open and free of charge. Attendees can visit www.futureofelectrification.org to register and for more information.

Just like the previous two years, the third Future of Electrification will feature industry leaders and experts in commercial and industrial vehicle electrification to discuss practical steps to achieving an all-electric reality.

Leading the conference’s program is futurist Stefan Hyttfors giving his keynote, “Electrification as the Catalyst for a New Era,” along with a special presentation about the future of motor sport with Formula E’s Maserati MSG Racing Team.

The Future of Electrification’s presenters are from leading organizations such as Ubiquicom, RISE AB, Discover Energy Systems, Flux Power, Trojan Battery, Stafl Systems, Inventus Power and SUNCAR AG.

KHL Power Group’s Vice President of Content Becky Schultz will serve as one of the session moderators.

“We are actively working with customers in industries such as construction, commercial eMobility and material handling to realize wide adoption in all motive industrial markets; our purpose is to make the electric dream a reality,” said Lloyd Gomm, global marketing director for Zapi Group. “We are excited to host our third-annual virtual event where we can discuss our shared challenges and opportunities with thought leaders across the electrification business.”

With consumer automotive market-leading electric adoption, the conference will focus on facilitating conversations showcasing the practical path to electrification for industrial and commercial vehicles and machines by providing insights into the latest technology, industry trends and geopolitical and regulatory factors driving the electrification revolution, Zapi Group said.

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