WiTricity CEO Alex Gruzen to Present at Cowen’s Mobility Disruption Conference

Alex Gruzen, the CEO of WiTricity, the company wirelessly charging the future of mobility, will speak at Cowen’s Mobility Disruption Conference, taking place virtually beginning Wednesday, March 10 and ending on Friday, March 12. Gruzen will be participating in a fireside chat about mobility technology on Friday, March 12 from 3:10-3:40 p.m.

Cowen’s Mobility Disruption Conference will explore mobility technology, and the impact of safe, green, and connected trends on the broader mobility industry. Specific areas of exploration will be electrified passenger and commercial vehicles, EV charging, battery trends and, changes in the human-to-machine experience inside and outside of vehicles.

Gruzen will discuss wireless charging and why it is one critical technology driving the future of mobility, beginning with implementation into passenger and commercial EVs. The transportation industry has reached a turning point, with mass EV adoption finally on the rise, and Alex’s session will highlight key contributors to this moment, including the automakers committing to electrifying their fleets, shrinking EV battery costs with improved range, and governments focused on climate initiatives.

The fireside chat will be hosted with Cowen research analysts, including:

  • Jeffrey Osborne, managing director and senior research analyst covering the alternative energy, sustainability and mobility sectors
  • Gabe Daoud, managing director and senior analyst covering the oil and gas and production sectors

This article was originally published by WiTricity Corporation.


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