Powering the Next Wave of Electric Vehicles in Asia
Ensuring EV-Ready Infrastructure | Addressing Consumer Concerns | Driving Mass E-Mobility
Due to looming environmental concerns including pollution and traffic congestion in Asia, a large focus is now on the Asian market with 56% of EV sales coming from East Asia and 37% of Southeast Asia open to EV purchase. As a result, governments in the region including Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines and Indonesia, are pushing for EV initiatives as a more energy-efficient, cost-effective and sustainable solution in public and private transport.
However, challenges such as establishing EV-ready infrastructure, low uptake of EVs due to consumer concerns and the slow electrification of mass transport still stand in the way of actualising full-scale EV adoption. How can we resolve consumer adoption concerns and realise returns on infrastructure investments to quicken EV adoption?
Back in its third edition, our Electric Vehicles Asia Summit
returns in 2020 to navigate roadblocks and maximize opportunities for Asia's EV market by ensuring EV-ready infrastructure, addressing consumer concerns to increase demand and driving mass e-mobility. The conference will feature the latest insights and generate excellent networking opportunities with leading regulators and associations, vehicle OEMs, power utilities, independent charging station operators, ride-sharing and transport companies, fleet operators and battery and technology solution providers.
Future of Electric Vehicles in Asia
- The next 5-10 years will see a boom in the EV industry as technology is stabilising and battery technology is changing, encouraging investors.
- Government policies and regulations are set to change as more countries like China, India and South Korea are implementing structural changes in policies to support EV growth.
- There is a 2.2 million dollar market for EV. As an emerging leader of the EV market, Thailand's roads boast 20,200 hybrid EV cars, and 40 charging stations.
- 650,000. The number of electric rickshaws in India transporting 6 million people as developing countries in Asia are ramping up the electrification of public transportation.
- The number of electric chargers in Asia is increasing, with 1000 in Singapore and over 2000 in Hong Kong.
Key Strategies to Accelerate EV Adoption in 2020
- Influencing Consumer Perception to Drive Up Demand for EVs
- Establishing a Solid and Flexible EV Infrastructure through Sustainable Models
- Implementing Practical Strategies from different EV Markets across Asia
- Steering Future Economies into the Next Level of Connectivity with EV and Smart Grids
- Gearing up for Future Mobility to Drive Forward Future Cities
- Effective Urban Planning Strategy to Pave the Way for Future Mobility
What can you Gain from Electric Vehicles Asia 2020?
- Discover Emerging EV Trends and Evolving Business Integration Models
- Identify Practical Strategies to Build a Solid Foundation to Drive Future E-Mobility
- Network with Industry Disrupters and Leading Decision Makers
- Grow your Partnership Opportunities across the Entire EV Value-Chain
- Steve Chan, Head of Government & External Affairs, ASEAN Importer Markets, BMW Group Asia
- Henrik Wigermo, Head of Governmental and External Affairs, BMW Group Asia
- Dr Pausan Kulvanit, Chief Technology Officer, Thailand Government R&D Arm - Gensurv Robotics
- YBRS. Tn Hj Nor Sallehi Kassim, Head of Unit (Smart Cities), PLANMalaysia
- Juan Intan Kanggrawan, Head of Data Analytics, Jakarta Smart City, Ministry of Home Affairs
- Wen Tung Chiu, Group Director (Research and Development), Urban Redevelopment Authority
- Tj Tham, Regional Head, GrabWheels
- Goh Chee Kiong, Head, Strategic Development, SP Group
- Franck Vitte, Managing Director, BlueSG
- Wan Nadia Kamarudin, Head (Mobility solution), Low Carbon Mobility Division, Greentech Malaysia
- Vu Duc Thinh, Country Manager, Lazada Express
- Jitendra Nalwaya, Vice President, BSES Yamuna Power Limited
- Dr Chen-Yu Lee, Director, Taipei Smart City Project Management Office
- Terence Siew, President, Electric Vehicles Association of Singapore (EVAS)
- Alan Cheah, CEO, GoEVcharger Sdn Bhd
- Le Ben, Director of Intelligent Driving Institute, VINFAST
- Vincent Chung, Business Development Manager, Cornerstone EV Charging Service Limited
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