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New Energy Transportation International Forum 2017

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Supported by the Shanghai Municipal Transportation Commission and GIZ, the “2017 New Energy Transportation International Forum”, co-hosted by Shanghai Transportation Trade Association and Shine Consultant, will be held on 10th -11th January, 2017 in Shanghai.

This forum aims to provide an efficient communication platform to the new energy vehicle industry participants to introduce the latest regulations and policies, advanced technologies and operation experiences. Experts from government, top 10 OEMs, public transportation operators, EV charging station producers, car rental companies and high-tech solution companies will share their experiences and all participants will have the chance to seek business cooperation opportunities and grab latest market trends.

This forum covers four main topics: Updates & Trends of New Energy Vehicles Policy, New Energy Vehicles Application Scenarios, Vehicle Technology Innovation and Charging Infrastructure Layout.

In the forum, you have the chance to talk with decision makers and experts from:

  • Transportation Services Division of the Ministry of Transport
  • Shanghai New Energy Vehicles Promotion Office
  • Shanghai Municipal Transportation Commission
  • Shanghai International Automobile City (Group) Company
  • Shanghai Traffic Investment Group
  • Hangzhou Public Transport Group
  • NANJING Public Transportation Co., Ltd
  • BYD, BAIC Group, SAIC Group, Great Wall Motor, Volvo, JAC Motor, YUTong, AOWEI Technology,
  • Contemporary Amperex Technology Ltd., Qualcomm, Putian New Energy Co., Ltd., and others

Please contact Cynthia Chen for more details:
Tel: 021-5242-8033 | Email: cynthia.chen@shine-consultant.com

Markus Wagner is Project Director of the develoPPP.de project "Environmentally friendly power supply of ships for air pollution control in Chinese ports". At the same time, he supports the projects "Mobility and Fuels Strategy as a Contribution to the Traffic Transition in China" and "Support and Advice of Sino-German Cooperation on Electro-Mobility – Phase II" through developing ideas for technical studies on topics relating to mobility and fuels and research on policy and market developments in the area of electro-mobility.

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