If you missed the RingGo Lunch and Learn Session at this year’s BPA Parking Scotland Conference, there’s no need to worry. Catch up here on our expert’s views on where parking and EV charging are heading over the next 10 years.
Poppy Welch – Head of Go Ultra Low – giving an overview of Go Ultra Low and her views on the road to 2030 in terms of electric vehicle growth and what consumers want
Chris Pateman-Jones – CEO of Connected Kerb – Providing information about the importance of building up the UK’s on street EV charging provision to meet the 2030 deadline, as well as future proofing infrastructure so it lasts for the next 25-30 years.
Gavin Sherriff – Giving a great case study of RingGo and the City of Edinburgh and how cashless parking has grown over the last decade and where it is heading now
Chris Head – Providing RingGo’s view of the key areas where the parking industry needs to develop: by providing interconnected solutions, using data for decision making, and influencing motorists’ habits through the use of solutions like Net Zero Parking