This year’s EV Summit is just one day away and here’s a list of the event’s main partners

EV Summit brings together the world’s most significant gathering of emobility leaders

By
Ian Osborne
August 31, 2021
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EV Biz

The EV Summit is just one day away and they’re proud to announce the partners for the 2021 event. Visa are the lead partner for this year’s event, and join a long list of other partners from the world of electric mobility and sustainability, for the most important emobility event in the world calendar.

Visa will be partnering the EV Summit alongside Arup, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner, DNV, EY, Go With Flow, Greenflux, Improved Corporate Finance, Shell Recharge, Wood and Zaptech,

The event will take place at the University of Oxford’s Saïd Business School on 1-2 September. Now in its fourth year, the EV Summit is the world’s most significant gathering of emobility leaders. The event explores how to advance battery-electric mobility for a cleaner and more sustainable future.

Visa are partnering with the EV Summit as a company committed to sustainability leadership inside their own walls. They’ve greened their offices and data centres, transitioned to 100 percent renewable electricity and achieved carbon neutrality of their operations.

Visa are also working with their clients to help consumers better understand and take action on their own environmental footprint. They’re also applying their resources to specific areas such as transit, mobility, travel and tourism.

This year the EV Summit will be placing the master narrative of decarbonisation at the centre of the event. The Summit features 10 panels across two days, covering the significant business issues on the rapid transition to emobiity.

The world-leading emobility event will also feature several electric vehicles (EVs) on display. This includes Polestar with their Polestar 2 all-electric crossover and Hyundai with the new IONIQ 5. LeasePlan, one of the world’s leading Car-as-a-Service companies, will also be displaying their new Arrival electric van.

Ade Thomas, co-founder of the EV Summit, said: “I'm pleased to announce that Visa will be this year's lead partner alongside all the other valued partners for the 2021 EV Summit. They’re one of the most respected global brands with a strong sustainability mission.”

“We are confident that this year's summit will be the most significant global gathering of emobility leaders and the perfect platform for all the partners to engage with this highly dynamic sector.”

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