China Plug-In Electric Vehicle Forum 2011

Jan,10, 2011
China Plug-In Electric Vehicle Forum 2011 with the main theme of "Improving Infrastructure & Facilitating Industrialization", organized by Genesis Resourcing Consulting China, to be held on 10 & 11, March, 2011 at Pudong Ramada Plaza Shanghai, China.

Over the next ten years, the Chinese government will invest more than Yuan 100bn (US$15bn) in subsidising the country's industry and infrastructure for environmentally friendly and alternative fuel vehicles.

This two-day conference and exhibition will gather 200+ EV OEMS, Utilities, Charging Infrastructure Developers, EVs Charging Equipments, Technologies and Solutions Providers, Regulatory and Standards Bodies, Battery Technologies Providers, Components Manufacturers, Application Developers, Consulting and Investing Companies, Research Institutions and Associations to create win-win business models for China EV charging infrastructure economy.

Advisory board Chair Dr. CC. Chan in ZAP is one of the speaker in this event.
Dr. CC. Chan is President of the World EV Association EV Association of Asia Pacific Member of the Chinese Academy of Engineering Prof. He has had over 50 years academic and industrial experience. He is currently the Honorary Professor and the former Head of the Department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, the University of Hong Kong. Prof. Chan is a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, U.K., the Chinese Academy of Engineering, the Ukraine Academy of Engineering Sciences, IEEE, IET and HKIE. He authored and coauthored 11 books, over 300 technical papers and holds 9 patents. His mission is to promote the global collaboration for the advancement of science and technology for global sustainable development.

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  2. I believe there are a growing number of forum and shows which is a good approach to promote EV development. The company that want to have a good performance in this area, taking part in these events might be a good way.

  3. i will pay attention to the devolpment of new sources.and i hope everybody do it.




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