DEKRA at Power2Drive Europe

Jun 14 – 16, 2023 Munich, Stand B6.340
Meet DEKRA at Power2Drive Europe

14-16 June in Munich Stand B6.340

Ensuring safety, security and sustainability in the e-mobility and energy transition

As the EV market continues to grow in Europe, interesting topics on the rise are Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G) technology and cyber security for EV charging stations. V2G technology enables EVs to exchange energy with the power grid, providing benefits for both individual drivers and businesses/utilities providers.

To ensure the safe, secure and sustainable growth of the electric vehicle (EV) industry, DEKRA provides extensive services to support the complete energy and e-mobility transition. DEKRA offers the first cybersecurity seal for the EV charging stations. We created a comprehensive test to ensure safe and secure communication between EVs, charging stations, and charge point operators. This end-to-end testing covers a wide range of EV supply equipment, including cables and plugs.
Furthermore, we conduct extensive testing, inspection and certification for end products, product components, batteries and energy storage systems. Industrial safety solutions and their Battery Energy Storage System (BESS) can be tested to ensure the safety of the cell, module, installation, or system as a whole. On top of all of this, we can help you get an extra competitive advantage with our global market access services and our hero product certification mark DEKRA Mark.

Vehicle to Grid Integration

Vehicle to Grid (V2G) technology is a system that enables electric vehicles to exchange energy with the power grid. This allows the vehicle's stored energy to be sent back to the grid and vice versa. The system can be operated manually or automatically, and it provides benefits for both individual drivers and businesses/utilities providers. For example, drivers can access lower rates for electricity during off-peak hours, check their battery life, and access renewable energy sources more easily. V2G also enables businesses to reduce their environmental impact by accessing renewable energy sources with fewer emissions. Utilities providers benefit from having additional storage capacity to manage electrical demand during peak times.

Cybersecurity for EV Chargers

DEKRA has developed the world's first cybersecurity certification program for EV charging stations to ensure a secure EV charging experience for users. EV charging stations are potential targets for cyber-attacks, which can have a significant impact on energy and transportation infrastructure, user privacy, and the charger itself. The cybersecurity certification program helps address security threats by implementing solutions such as securing access to the device, protecting access to configuration and firmware, and safeguarding against software vulnerabilities.

Book an Online Session with a DEKRA Expert

Could you use some guidance when it comes to e-mobility testing and certification? Book a free online session with our expert. Discuss your business case and get the answers to all your questions. At the end of this session, you know exactly what the best next steps are to realize your ideas and reach your goals.

Bonus: get access to exclusive e-mobility video content and learn more about:
  • New developments in e-mobility
  • Interoperability of EV charging stations
  • End-to-end safety testing of EVSE
  • E-mobility safety testing
  • Our state-of-the-art e-mobility testing facilities

Visit us at Power2Drive

Being the global frontrunner in automotive testing for almost 100 years, DEKRA is your global partner for safety, security and sustainability in the energy and e-mobility transition. Find out more about our DEKRA e-mobility services on this year's Power2Drive Europe!
  • Visit us at Power2Drive Europe stand B6.340
Learn more about charging infrastructure and batteries. As an exhibitor at Power2Drive Europe 2023 in Munich, we present to you some of DEKRA’s future mobility services at the event.
  • Visit our session at the Next-Gen Batteries - Battery Fab Manager Day
Session 4: Quality and Intelligence in Battery Production
Date: June 15th
Time: 15.10 - 16.00
Cheaper, safer, longer lasting, and more sustainable: The requirements that are imposed on the next generation of batteries are quite challenging.
Industry experts are going to share their insights on what future energy storage solutions might look like and what issues have to be addressed to be able to compete against classical lithium-ion batteries.
DEKRA’s product expert Gert-Jan van der Have will shine light on regulatory compliance on industrial energy storage, talking about challenges and opportunities.