Focus: E-Mobility & Charging Infrastructure

The special Exhibit

Power2Drive presents e-vehicles such as cars, bikes and commercial vehicles with innovative power drives or charging infrastructure solutions, new business models or PV carports. The special exibit is supported by ABVE (the Brazilian Electric Vehicle Association) and will take place at Intersolar South America 2018, August 28-30, 2018, Expo Center Norte, Green Pavilion, booth K78.

Renewable energies, energy storage and e-mobility

Renewable energies, energy storage and e-mobility play a central role in achieving climate protection targets. As efficient and environmentally friendly mobility solutions, electric vehicles have an important contribution to make to the energy transition. The Power2Drive highlights the significance of electric cars for the energy mix and transport of the future. It introduces innovative charging solutions, battery concepts and business models for sustainable e-mobility. Renewable energies and e-mobility are an optimal combination. For this reason, the topic of e-mobility is receiving increasing attention from exhibitors, visitors and the accompanying program at Intersolar South America.


The Brazilian Electric Vehicle Association(ABVE) is The Brazilian Electric Vehicle Association (ABVE) is a non-profit private association seeking to inform authorities and automotive sector business entities in order to encourage decision-making which is favourable to the development and wider use of electric vehicles (EV’s).

Its mission is to promote the widespread use of electric vehicles in Brazil so that the transport of people and cargo is made cleaner and more efficient, for the benefit of the population, the environment and ABVE’s associates.

Target Groups


Automotive Industry

  • Engineers, designers and IT experts
  • Representatives from the entire EV manufacturing supply chain
  • Procurement managers
  • New business development

Commercial Users & Public Authorities

  • Fleet managers, mobility managers, fleet operators
  • Public transport managers
  • Hotels, tourism, real estate, taxi services, car sharing services
  • City and community representatives, urban planners
  • Government officials, policy makers

Energy Supply Industry

  • Utilities
  • Grid operators
  • Planners, Service providers


Systems Integrators

  • Planners
  • Project developers
  • Distributors
  • Installers