E-Mobility Asia,

25-26 Apr, 2019 - Bangkok, THAILAND

Mövenpick Hotel Sukhumvit 15 Bangkok

  • Industry Partner
    www.evap.com.ph
  • Industry Partner
    www.smev.in
  • Exhibitor
    www.quantel-global.com/
  • Promotion Partner
    www.pluginindia.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.greenjournal.co.uk
  • Promotion Partner
    https://www.greenmatch.co.uk/solar-energy/solar-panels
  • Promotion Partner
    www.cleantechbusinessnews.co.uk
  • Promotion Partner
    www.asiantrucker.com
  • Promotion Partner
    www.asianbuses.com

25 Apr, 2019 - Thursday

08:00

Registration & Coffee

09:00

Chairman's Welcome & Remarks

09:10

Development of EV & E-Mobility in Thailand’s Automotive Sectors

  • Policy & action undertaken by Thai government to develop EV
  • Current  status  of  EV & E-mobility in Thailand
  • Key trends & challenges  of the industry

Mr. Chokedee Kaewsang, Deputy Secretary General

The Board of Investment of Thailand (BOI)

09:40

Accelerate EV Adoptions in Asia – Meet Consumer Expectations for EV Infrastructure

10:10

Electric Automotive Outlook of Asia – Analysis of Incentives & Barriers in the Advent of Electric Vehicles

10:40

Discussion followed by Networking Refreshment

11:20

Rise of e-Mobility in South East Asia (with Focus on Charging Infrastructure)

  • Thailand

Dr. Pimpa Limthongkul, Head of the Electrochemical Materials and System Lab

National Metal and Materials Technology Center (MTEC)

  • Philippines

Mr. Karl Lyndon Pacolor, Technical Service Manager

EV Wealth

12:20

Discussion followed by Networking Luncheon

13:45

Rise of e-Mobility in South East Asia (with Focus on Charging Infrastructure)

  • Vietnam

Mr. Nguyen Trung Hieu, Deputy GM

Toyota Motor Vietnam

14:45

e-Mobility in Malaysia: Accelerating Adoption & Development of Charging Infrastructure

  • EV and PHEV scenario in Malaysia
  • chargEV - Malaysia EV Charging Networks
  • Our EV fleet experience 

Mr. Huzaimi Nor Omar, Head of Low Carbon Mobility

Malaysian Green Technology Corporation

15:15

Discussion followed by Networking Refreshment

15:45

Building EVs, Lithium-ion Batteries & Charging Network in Thailand

Mr. Thanapat Suksuthamwong, CEO

EA Anywhere

16:15

Future of E-Mobility in Asia – Obstacles & Chances

  • Meeting consumer needs by looking into the future and not the past
  • Charging Experience – more than just “fueling” a battery
  • Combining the chances of e-mobility and SMART power grids

Mr. Bjoern Voss, Director, Head of SE Asia Business

P3 Group

16:45

Panel Discussion - Towards Integrated EV Charging & Infra Landscape in South-East Asia

17:15

End of Day One

26 Apr, 2019 - Friday

09:00

Chairman's Remarks

09:05

Future Charging Standard – Sustainable Deployment with Interoperability

  • Charging infra history & development
      • Functional develop high power and others
      • Category extension
      • Regional expansion
  • Interoperability
  • Sustainable way in Asia

Mr. Makoto Dave Yoshida, General Manager - External Affairs Department

Nissan Motor Co Ltd

09:30

Development of EV Charging Interoperability between Networks

 

Mr. Jacques Borremans, Representative, CharIN Coordination Office - ASIA (Asia Managing Director)

Charging Interface Initiative e. V. (CharIN e. V.)

10:00

Fast/Supercharging – Latest Development in Advanced Charging Technologies

10:30

Discussion followed by Networking Refreshment

11:00

Reasons That Made BlueSG A Successful EV Car-Sharing Service in Singapore

  • Technical challenges to overcome
  • Convenience, a condition for adoption
  • The Bluecar, a highly connected EV

Mr. Franck Vitte, Managing Director (Asia and Middle East)

BlueSG

11:30

e-Mobility within Courier Express – Demand & Challenges

  • Current Express Situation
  • e-Mobility Market in Asia
  • High Prices
  • Infrastructure challenges

Mr. Hassan Leghari, Vice President Ground Operations APEC

DHL Express Singapore

12:00

Digitalisation Challenges of e-Mobility

12:30

Final Discussion, followed by Closing Luncheon

14:00

End of Conference

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