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By | March 19, 2024

Open EV Charging Summit to Explore Open Source Technology as a Solution for EV Charging Reliability

LF Energy and Texas Instruments are launching The Open EV Charging Summit, a two-day event hosted May 15-16 at the Texas Instruments campus in Dallas which will explore open source technology as a solution for EV charging reliability, efficiency, and interoperability. One day will be dedicated to educational sessions with experts from the EV charging industry, while the second day will offer the opportunity to participate in testing and demonstrations of different EV charging equipment that utilize open source solutions. The event will gather experts from the energy, automotive and charging industries, along with researchers, regulators, and policymakers, to discuss how to speed deployment of reliable charging infrastructure nationally and internationally.

Some of the organizations confirmed to present include the US Joint Office of Energy & Transportation, the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, Enteligent, Phytec, PIONIX, and S44. Additional speakers and sessions are still being curated and will be announced in the coming days. Anyone who has a topic in mind that would be a fit for this audience can reach out to

Register for free today!

Any media inquiries, questions, or requests to become an event partner can be directed to LF Energy Director of Communications Dan Brown.