Charging Infrastructure Expo Unites Industry Leaders in Novi

The first Charging Infrastructure Exposition held in Novi on growth of electric vehicle supply equipment

NOVI — The first Charging Infrastructure Expo, will be held November 13-15 at the Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi. The forum provides for industry leaders and stakeholders to engage in the discourse surrounding the most promising opportunities and pressing challenges in the charging infrastructure industry. The expo will feature an exhibition as well as conference sessions dedicated to industry challenges and opportunities and highlighting the latest EV charging technologies.

The electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) industry is growing. By 2017 it is estimated that $4.3 billion will be spent on EV charging equipment. With the number of electric charging stations continuing to grow and tremendous investments in new technology, the charging infrastructure industry is poised for aggressive development. These advancements bring significant opportunity, making now a critical time to examine the industry and its future.

“The initial challenge — one that will be addressed at Charging Infrastructure Expo — is for business owners, managers, and fleet operators to understand what charging infrastructure solution best fits their needs,” said Adam Moore, exhibition director. “The expo will enable business leaders to acquire this information and discover the value of these solutions for their future business.”

This unprecedented expo will bring together industry natives like Qualcomm as well as municipalities, fleet operators, developers, retail chains, apartment blocks, hotels, government officials and other stakeholders to discuss the current status and the potential outlook of the charging infrastructure industry.

Charging Infrastructure Expo, co-located with The Battery Show, allows attendees to delve into the important topics in today’s electric vehicle and advanced battery industries from both a technological and commercial standpoint.

All are free to attend. Limited exhibition space is available. For more information on The Battery Show or Charging Infrastructure Expo, visit or