Aleksander Rajch

Director – External Affairs and Board Member PSPA- Polish Alternative Fuels Association

Aleksander Rajch, External Affairs Director, Board Member, Lawyer, alumnus of the Warsaw University Faculty of Law. Seasoned practitioner in corporate communication and public affairs with a 15-year track record. Gained his experience on energy, financial and FMCG markets. As a C-level executive leader, Aleksander managed his own public affairs agency and a number of newtech projects. He is an enthusiast of innovation and new technology solutions. An author of articles on e-mobility and sustainable transport for both Polish and English publications. As a sailor and skier, Aleksander truly believes in dynamic and motion without combustion. In PSPA, Aleksander is responsible for managing international affairs, project management, EU regulations and the battery sector.


Full Agenda Sessions

Fireside Chat

The Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Directive (Afid) In the EU and Other Governments:  Roll- Out Plans

  • What are the main challenges of the Afid for the industry and what is the impact?
  • Chinaannounced a USD 1.4 trillion digital infrastructure public spending programme that includes funding for EV charging stations. This has trickled down to the local level, with more than ten cities announcing targets to install about 1.2 million chargers by 2025
  • In the USA, an infrastructure plan proposed in early 2021 would establish grant and incentive programmes to install 500. 000 chargers, adding to about 100. 000 existing charging points
  • This session will look at these roll out plans in more detail and evaluate the challenges and opportunities

Thursday 12 May 11:00 - 11:40 Room 1

Add to calendar 05/12/2022 11:00 05/12/2022 11:40 Fireside Chat

The Alternative Fuel Infrastructure Directive (Afid) In the EU and Other Governments:  Roll- Out Plans

  • What are the main challenges of the Afid for the industry and what is the impact?
  • Chinaannounced a USD 1.4 trillion digital infrastructure public spending programme that includes funding for EV charging stations. This has trickled down to the local level, with more than ten cities announcing targets to install about 1.2 million chargers by 2025
  • In the USA, an infrastructure plan proposed in early 2021 would establish grant and incentive programmes to install 500. 000 chargers, adding to about 100. 000 existing charging points
  • This session will look at these roll out plans in more detail and evaluate the challenges and opportunities
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