Training course Electric mobility charging infrastructure

One day training course from experts in the automotive and electricity markets providing a comprehensive overview of electric mobility (EM). The latest technologies, market conditions and issues are clearly explained.


Irene Heunks Irene Heunks
Manager Energy Academy

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Training course Electric mobility charging infrastructure

Training Information

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  • Duration:

    1 day (or 2 days if supplemented with master modules)

  • Course offer:

    This course is available on request

This one day course is intended for industry professionals wishing to acquire a comprehensive overview of electric mobility (EM) charging industry and to have the latest technology, market conditions and issues clearly explained. Home and public charging, energy markets and tariffs, and electricity grid infrastructure are covered and overviews of the development of smart charging (demand response) will be discussed. 

As a result of this training, you will understand:

  • The power system of today and future trends
  • The current market for electric vehicles and charging services
  • Electricity markets and residential energy contracts relating to e-mobility
  • The technical and regulatory factors impacting (home and public) EV charging
  • Technical capabilities and limitations of the electricity grid
  • Developments relating to smart charging and discharging (Vehicle-to-Grid)

This customised training course is available on request. The general course can be supplemented with master modules to provide in-depth knowledge about specific subjects such as norms and standards, grid characteristics and regulations. Please contact us for more information.


The training course will focus on a specific country or region and includes the following subjects:

  • EM market
    - current size and main actors
    - taxes and incentives
  • Home charging infrastructure
    - connection type
    - in-home installation and wiring
    - costs and limitations of connection upgrade
  • Public charging infrastructure
    - market players (positioning and market share)
    - technical specifications
  • Grid infrastructure
    - technical specifications of low voltage grid
    - transmission and distribution tariffs
  • Electricity markets
    - market organisation overview
    - energy tariffs
    - energy products (green energy)
  • Smart (dis)charging - demand response
    - current level of deployment
    - legal, economic and technical aspects
    - theoretical value of DR
Target Audience:
This course is designed for business development managers, general management, R&D, sales and marketing professionals, implementation specialists and other professionals who wish to benefit from DNV GL and EFS’s technical and commercial knowledge in the field of electric mobility.