EVS36 — 36th Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exposition
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Registration

Early Bird Pricing Ends February 10.

Registration for EVS36 is now open.

Purchase your EVS36 admission in advance and take advantage of early bird pricing. We look forward to seeing you in sunny Sacramento, California, USA.

In-Person Full Registration Fees (Prices are in US dollars. No taxes applicable)

In-Person Registration includes admission to:

  • Plenary sessions;
  • Technical sessions;
  • Market builders sessions;
  • Dialogue with the experts;
  • All catered events;
  • Gala dinner (Note: You must be 21 years of age and have proof of age to attend the Gala);
  • Ride, Drive & Charge;
  • Exposition.

* Guest registration fee includes admission to the exposition and the Gala Dinner. Guest tickets are for spouses and significant others only and do not apply to co-workers and associates within the industry. Guest registration does not allow access to the symposium and plenary sessions.

EVS36 Topics

A.01 – Light-duty vehicles

A.02 – Medium and heavy-duty vehicles

A.03 – Micro mobility, including two- and three-wheel vehicles

A.04 – Public transportation, including electric buses

A.05 – Non-road vehicles, including construction equipment, water and air applications

A.06 – Shared transportation applications

A.07 – Autonomous driving

A.08 – Other vehicle technology and applications, including military

B.09 – Conventional hybrid electric vehicles (HEVs)

B.10 – Plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs)

B.11 – Battery electric vehicles (BEVs)

B.12 – Fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEVs)

C.13 – Battery technology

C.14 – Fuel cell technology

C.15 – Propulsion systems (motors & power electronics)

C.16 – Telematics and auxiliary electric drive systems

C.17 – Supply chain analysis: materials, manufacturing, recycling & re-use

D.18 – Conductive charging infrastructure (Level 1, Level 2 and DC fast charging)

D.19 – Ultra-fast charging infrastructure

D.20 – Hydrogen fueling infrastructure

D.21 – Charging/refueling standardization and interoperability

D.22 – Wireless charging infrastructure (static & dynamic)

D.23 – Rural driving needs

D.24 – Equity and underserved community infrastructure

D.25 – Commercial fleet infrastructure

D.26 – Infrastructure deployment case studies

E.27 – Demand management

E.28 – Automotive format batteries in energy storage

E.29 – Grid implications of DC fast charge and ultra-fast charging

E.30 – V2G, V2X and connectivity advances

E.31 – Utility project deployment case studies

F.32 – Industry electrification goals and market initiatives

F.33 – Consumer demand growth, including education, demonstration and motivation analysis

F.34 – Implications of GHG reduction goals on market development

F.35 – Fleet vehicle deployment case studies

G.37 – International initiatives

G.38 – National/Federal policies

G.39 – State/Provincial/Regional policies

G.40 – Municipal policy and local partnerships

G.41 – Government project deployment case studies

G.42 – National security

G.43 – Energy security

H.44 – Environmental benefits of EVs and E-mobility

H.45 – Addressing climate change

H.46 – Equity and universal access in electric transportation systems

H.47 – Public health benefits

Payment Methods

Payment is accepted by credit (Visa, MasterCard).

Cancellation and Refund Policy

In-person Registration Cancellation

Cancellation of registration must be made in writing and received by the EVS36 Secretariat at EVS36secretariat@jpdl.com before the dates shown below:

On or before May 1, 2023: Cancellations will be accepted, with full refund after the Symposium minus a $50 USD administration charge.

After May 1, 2023: No refunds will be accepted or processed.

Transfer of Registration

Registrations are transferable from one person to another. A handling fee of $50 USD will be charged. All requests for changes must be made in writing to the Congress Secretariat (see contact information at the bottom of this page).

Visa to Travel to the USA

A foreign national travelling to the United States to conduct temporary business need a visitor visa (B-1), unless qualifying for entry under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP).

For more information about whether you qualify for the VWP or if you require a B-1 visa, please visit the U.S. Department of State — Bureau of Consular Affairs web page.

A letter of invitation may be required. A letter of invitation will be issued once the registration form and payment have been received and validated by the Congress Secretariat.

Information

For any inquiry related to your registration to EVS36, please contact us at:

JPdL, Secretariat for EVS36
1555, rue Peel, suite 500
Montreal, Québec, H3A 3L8 Canada
Telephone: +1 514-287-1070 extension 336
Email address: evs36secretariat@jpdl.com