Mövenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Bangkok
Attend with a team of 3 or more at special discounted fee
as an exhibitor
Electric Vehicles Manufacturers (HEVs, PHEVs, 2- wheelers, Electric Buses), Fleet Operators, Last Mile Delivery, Ride Hailing Platforms, Mobility Schemes Operators, EV Charging Networking & Service Providers, Charging Stations & Technologies (Quick Charging, Contactless, etc), Charging Station Management & Payment Systems/Solutions, Commercial Real Estate & Property Developers, Grid Owners/Electricity Retailers, IPPs, Renewable Energy, Stationery Energy Storage System Suppliers, Investors & Venture Capitalists, Governments & Regulator, EV & Automobiles Associations, Battery Producers, Cathode & Anode Materials Producers, Battery Manufacturing Technology Providers.
Reservation cut off date :31-03-2019
"Towards Integrated EV Charging & Infra Landscape"
"Whether it’s range anxiety, a lack of charging stations, maintenance or costs, consumers’ concerns are a signal of just how transformational EVs are and will be in the years to come. Governments are adjusting to this new reality by making policy changes that benefit car buyers. Companies are making investments in charging with an eye on the future. Public and private partnerships are educating car buyers."
~ Yutaka Sanada, Regional Senior Vice President, Nissan Motor Asia Pacific
Energy efficiency is key to sustainable energy system and it extends to transportation, where electric mobility is set to disrupt the transportation industry.
Southeast Asia is making headway towards electric vehicles as for public and private transport. Singapore is in the midst of testing electric cars and buses on its transportation network. Thailand is seeking to become an EV (electric vehicle) production hub, particularly in its newly developed special economic zone, the Eastern Economic Corridor.
The key to advancing EV industry in the region lies in the entire industry working together to progress developments in technology, regulations and infrastructure. EVs still remain relatively expensive to purchase in Southeast Asia compared to conventional vehicles, in addition to requiring charging stations to operate. The necessary infrastructure, such as full electrification and charging stations need to be in place before EVs can take off in this region.
CMT's second EV conference, e-Mobility Asia returns to Bangkok this April to access the opportunities and tasks ahead for South-East Asia’s EV markets, with focus on the charging infrastructure development.
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