Research & Innovation

Electric mobility

Electric mobility is the future. As a result, much of the technology used is still relatively young and subject to further development. Research, development and innovation are needed to facilitate mobility transition for all types of transport. How is the transition progressing? Will “normal” charging maintain the upper hand, or will induction (wireless), V2G or (ultra) rapid charging prevail as the standard? How will the development of autonomous transport impact charging requirements? How do you apply sustainable mobility in a sparsely populated area? And what about the business case for FCVs?

 

Cooperation with universities

EVConsult cooperates closely with universities, including the Delft University of Technology and Eindhoven University of Technology, researching the latest technological, policy and social innovations in the world of e-mobility. What’s more, we connect market and research parties to test the solutions in practice. In so doing, we contribute towards creating an emission-free future, utilising the potential of electric mobility.

Research & Innovation
Contact person
Tim van Beek
Tim van Beek (1976) is co-founder of EVConsult, and has been working as a strategy consultant and project manager in electric mobility and charging infrastructure for more than 10 years.  He helped several clients in national and international projects to get thousands of vehicles electrified and some 10,000 charging stations installed in public and private space. His deep knowledge of the market and EV charging value chain includes charging infrastructure IT, asset management, finance and contracting strategies. He enhances action plans and policies through cooperation with experts of different backgrounds and organisations. Tim is regularly asked to speak at events or workshops with national and international EV specialists. He holds degrees of universities at Leiden (MA), Delft (MSc), Stellenbosch and Stockholm and gained broader experience in sectors such as water, infrastructure and (public) space before entering the e-mobility sector.