REVOLUTION evolves into hybrid eMobility brand and postpones 2020 conference

EVBox has decided to postpone REVOLUTION Conference—Europe’s largest eMobility conference—until 2021 (date to be determined). The decision was taken to prioritize the health of visitors, partners, and speakers. After previous successes with digital events, REVOLUTION will evolve into a multimedia eMobility brand. This will include an annual conference in Amsterdam complemented by additional digital events, community building initiatives, podcast series, and more.


Amsterdam, June 18, 2020—REVOLUTION Conference has welcomed thousands of cleantech and mobility experts to Amsterdam since its inception in 2017. However, the coronavirus outbreak has resulted in an unprecedented year for all industries—especially in terms of offline events.

Although there’s no official event ban in the Netherlands after September 1, REVOLUTION Conference organizer EVBox (composed of EVBox and Everon) have decided to proactively postpone the conference. REVOLUTION was initially re-scheduled for September 8, though this has now been moved again to a later date in 2021 that is still to be determined.

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By making this decision early on, and creating digital alternatives that help to maintain the exchange of knowledge and best practices with members of the industry, EVBox has put the health and safety of REVOLUTION attendees first.

REVOLUTION Conference will return in 2021—as soon as it is deemed safe by both the organizers and the Dutch government. Throughout the remainder of 2020, REVOLUTION will look to establish its presence as a multimedia platform that will include quarterly virtual events, bi-weekly podcasts, and community building initiatives for the eMobility industry together with its partners.


Join the second edition of REVOLUTION Digital on September 8, 2020

The first-ever REVOLUTION Digital, held in March and hosted by Roger Atkins, was a huge success and brought together over 1200 revolutionaries for a conversation about creating a more sustainable future. Another virtual event will take place on September 8, 2020, starting at 2 p.m CET in place of the postponed REVOLUTION Conference. Stay informed and register for updates at  

All ticketholders have received information about their tickets—for questions about this please reach out to the team via

About EVBox

Founded in 2010, EVBox accelerates the adoption of electric mobility by bringing convenient, integrated EV charging solutions to businesses and drivers around the world. From its extensive portfolio of commercial and ultra-fast charging stations built by EVBox to its scalable charging management software engineered by Everon, EVBox  ensures that electric mobility is accessible to everyone.


Backed by ENGIE, EVBox is a leader in research and development, with multiple labs and factories across Europe and North America developing groundbreaking EV charging technology. With offices across the globe including Paris, Chicago, and Amsterdam, and strong foundations in dozens of markets, EVBox is shaping a cleaner future of transportation.

About EVBox

Founded in 2010, EVBox empowers forward-thinking businesses to build a sustainable future by providing flexible and scalable electric vehicle charging solutions. With its offering of residential, commercial and fast charging stations, as well as scalable charging management software, EVBox ensures that electric mobility is accessible to everyone. The company has shipped over 400,000 charging ports to customers and partners and processes more than 1.4 million charging transactions per month on the EVBox Everon charging management software. Backed by ENGIE, EVBox is a leader in R&D, with facilities across Europe and North America developing groundbreaking electric vehicle charging technology.

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