On 25-26 April, 2019, key electric vehicle manufacturers, EV charging network and service providers are convening in Bangkok for CMT’s E-Mobility Asia summit focusing on e-vehicle markets in Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam, Philippines.
BANGKOK, March 20, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Home to one of the world’s fastest growing consumer hubs, Southeast Asia is a huge emerging market for electric vehicles. Through this 1.5 days summit, Organizer Centre for Management Technology (CMT) presents a country-by-country assessment of the ‘Rise of e-Mobility in South East Asia’ (with Focus on Charging Infrastructure) particularly in:
Thailand – Dr. Pimpa Limthongkul, Head of the Electrochemical Materials and System Lab, National Metal and Materials Technology Center (MTEC)
Philippines – Karl Lyndon Pacolor, Technical Service Manager, EV Wealth;
Singapore – Terence Siew, Regional Manager, Asia, Greenlots and
Vietnam – Nguyen Trung Hieu, Deputy GM, Toyota Motor Vietnam
Meanwhile Huzaimi Nor Omar, Head of Low Carbon Mobility, Malaysian Green Technology Corporation presents on ‘e-Mobility in Malaysia: Accelerating Adoption & Development of Charging Infrastructure’.
The program features a key session by Chokedee Kaewsang, Deputy Secretary General, The Board of Investment of Thailand (BOI), sharing on ‘Fast-tracking e-Mobility in Thailand’s Automotive & Transportation Sectors’ while ‘Building EVs, Lithium-ion Batteries & Charging Network in Thailand’ is presented by Thanapat Suksuthamwong, CEO, EA Anywhere.
Success story of BlueSG – an EV Car-Sharing Service in Singapore is another summit highlight. Franck Vitte, Managing Director (Asia and Middle East), BlueSG shares more about the technical challenges to overcome, convenience and more. Hassan Raza, Vice President Ground Operations APEC, DHL Express, is also joining the summit with a talk on ‘e-Mobility within Courier Express – Demand & Challenges’ – sharing details of the current express situation, high prices and infrastructure challenges.
Also participating are Chroma as exhibitor and Nissan Motor’s General Manager of External Affairs Department – Makoto Dave Yoshida addressing paper on ‘Future Charging Standard – Sustainable Deployment with Interoperability’. The remaining sessions cover topics on:
Electric Automotive Outlook of Asia – Analysis of Incentives & Barriers in the Advent of Electric Vehicles – Frost & Sullivan
Future of E-Mobility in Asia – Obstacles & Chances – P3 Group
Development of EV Charging Interoperability between Networks – CharIN e.V.
Digitalisation of Zero Emission Sustainable Mobility – PlugIt Finland
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