Asia’s First Regulatory and PPP-driven EV Summit comes to Singapore
Leveraging Public-Private Partnership and Next-generation charging infrastructure to accelerate E-Mobility
Electro-mobility is dominating executive agendas. Governments in Southeast Asia see it as a cleaner and more efficient way to roll out public and private transportation so are investing time and money in next generation charging infrastructure and leveraging public-private partnerships for vehicle OEMs and technology providers.
To aid strategic conversations, senior public and private stakeholders across the value chain including government, vehicle OEMs, power and utility companies, infrastructure providers, battery and energy storage providers, and transport companies will be gathering at the inaugural Electric Vehicles Asia Summit in Singapore on 31 July-1 August 2018.
The two-day conference will focus on government e-mobility roadmaps, public-private partnerships, charging infrastructure developments, and live use-case studies within Asia to accelerate e-mobility.
“This is not yet another technology-driven event which focuses solely on EV technology and components. Rather, it’s an event focused on enabling and accelerating the EV ecosystem and electric mobility frameworks in Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, India, Thailand and Hong Kong.” – Joshua Lim, Conference Director, Electric Vehicles Asia Summit
Industry leaders sharing their strategic insights on EV challenges and opportunities include:
- Mohd Azman Zainal Abidin, CEO, Malaysian Green Technology Corporation (Ministry of Energy and Green Technology)
- Franck Vitte, Managing Director, BlueSG
- Alex Mastrovito, Head of Sustainable Transport, Scania
- Edmond Chan, Senior Systems Engineering Manager, CLP Power Hong Kong
- Vijay Sirse, CEO, Red Dot Power
- Rommel Juan, President, Electric Vehicles Association of the Philippines
- Pang Mei Yee, Vice President, Innovation, Solutions Delivery and Service Management, APAC, DHL
Find the full programme, speaker list and registration form at http://bit.ly/2J055a8, call +65 6722 9388 or email firstname.lastname@example.org