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  • The technology behind powering electric vehicles has gained real momentum in recent years and is evolving rapidly. In this episode, we explore some of the most notable developments that have occurred over the past year to make electric vehicles more accessible to consumers and detail why now might be a good time to join the revolution. We’ll also be taking a look at the exciting future of e-mobility and what developments can be expected over the next 12 months and beyond.

    Joining us in this episode of Wheels in Motion is:

    Martijn Lammers – Chief Strategy at Lightyear and one of the co-founders of the innovative tech company, Lightyear. On a personal level he’s invested in sustainable mobility in general, and he thrives to make the technology available for everyone, everywhere.

    Arjan Keizer – Chief Strategy Officer at NewMotion who have spent 11 years at the forefront of the EV industry with offices in The Netherlands, France, UK, Germany, Belgium, and Norway. Acquired by Shell in 2017, NewMotion has a roaming network of over 200,000 charging points for public charging in 35 countries and employs over 350 people across 50 nationalities.

    Josh Carmichael – Battery Expert who was instrumental in designing South Australia’s green hydrogen roadmap and also the Director of the world’s largest battery, otherwise known as the Elon Musk 100 MW battery.

  • 2020 was a year that made everyone look at their own lifestyle and environmental impact. Many people have made a conscious decision to lead a more sustainable life to benefit themselves, their families, and the wider society. In this episode, we’ll explore some of the key statistics to come out of the latest NewMotion Driver Survey Report, and in particular how the perception of electric vehicles has changed.

    Joining us in this episode of Wheels in Motion is:

    Chris Ramsey – Widely regarded as ‘The Pioneer of Electric Vehicle Expeditions’ and renowned for pushing today’s technology to it’s limits. Chris has a passion for exploring the planet more sustainably, taking his audiences on journeys across continents and at least 25 countries. He is just about to embark on a pole-to-pole adventure using nothing but an electric vehicle.

    Melanie Lane – CEO of NewMotion who have spent 11 years at the forefront of the EV industry with offices in The Netherlands, France, UK, Germany, Belgium, and Norway. Acquired by Shell in 2017, NewMotion has a roaming network of over 200,000 charging points for public charging in 35 countries, and employs over 350 people across 50 nationalities.

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  • Electric vehicles seem to have been around for a long time, yet they also seem to be something of the future. What are some of the key barriers to entry that have historically stopped consumers from adopting an EV? And how has an evolution in technology made them more accessible for many people, particularly those that had suffered from ‘Range Anxiety’ or who live in city centre apartments where charging points could be limited.

    Joining us in this episode of Wheels in Motion is:

    Edmund King, OBE – President of the Automobile Association (AA) & Trustee & Director of the AA Charitable Trust for Road Safety and the Environment.

    Paul Horrell – Motoring Journalist, Consultant Editor at BBC Top Gear Magazine and website, Contributor to The Road Rat and The Sun Newspaper.

    Lex Hartman – CEO of Ubitricity focussed on providing electricity for everyone, everywhere.

    We’ll also be talking to Music Producer, Sir James Reynolds who is currently considering an EV purchase and looking to be persuaded that now is the time to buy from this expert panel.

  • Find out what you can expect in this podcast series from Shell-owned company, NewMotion in response to the results of the EV Driver Survey for 2021.