2019年3月12-13日
新加坡, Novotel Singapore on Stevens

 

会议 第2天

8:00 am - 9:00 am REGISTRATION & WELCOME COFFEE

9:00 am - 9:10 am Opening Remarks by Chairperson

9:10 am - 9:40 am Snapshot of South-East Asia’s Electric Vehicle Market

Terence Siew - President, Electric Vehicles Association of Singapore (EVAS)

  • Market outlook and future trends for Asia’s emerging EV hubs
  • The current state of play: Presently  installed charging points and future targets
  • Public versus private charging infrastructure: What works best in Asia?
  • Which industries and sectors are likely to see a rise in EV uptake?


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Terence Siew

President
Electric Vehicles Association of Singapore (EVAS)

9:40 am - 10:20 am Financing Your EV Initiative: What Makes a Project Investable?

Maneesh Tripathi - Group CEO and Executive Director, Singapore Electric Vehicles (SEV)


  • What are the commercial factors to consider when making the investment decision?
  • The role for infrastructure debt providers and investors
  • Creating an attractive proposition for debt and equity funders
  • Encouraging uptake from local authorities of government funding


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Maneesh Tripathi

Group CEO and Executive Director
Singapore Electric Vehicles (SEV)

10:20 am - 11:00 am Trends in Battery Technology and Its Impact on EV Adoptability

Terence Goh - Adjunct Professor, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, National University of Singapore (NUS)

  • Developments in energy storage capacity of batteries and its impact on EV cost
  • Can lithium-ion batteries triple the range of EVs and how close are we?
  • What are the upcoming trends in battery storage, design and capability to look out for


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Terence Goh

Adjunct Professor, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
National University of Singapore (NUS)

11:00 am - 11:30 am MORNING TEA AND NETWORKING SESSION


  • Developing  resilient local industries and supply chains around EVs
  • Overcoming the barriers to EV adoption in Asia among end-users
  • Who will take the risk on demand or does this risk have to be shared?
  • Fostering vertical integrations and partnerships along the value chain: What further initiatives are needed?


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Pang Mei Yee

Vice President of Innovation, Solutions Delivery & Service Management - Asia Pacific
DHL

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Terence Siew

President
Electric Vehicles Association of Singapore (EVAS)

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Jenny Lim

Commercial and Network Director
BlueSG

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Terence Goh

Adjunct Professor, Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering
National University of Singapore (NUS)

12:10 pm - 12:50 pm Public Private Partnership Opportunities for the EV Market

Subhabrata Ghosh - Project Head, EV Manufacturing, MODI Group

  • The role of government and private companies  in de-carbonising transport and the need for industry collaborations
  • PPP options for running a commercial vehicles network and creating a manufacturing base and associated infrastructures
  • Case studies and industry partnerships: What are the lessons learned from Asia


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Subhabrata Ghosh

Project Head, EV Manufacturing
MODI Group

12:50 pm - 2:00 pm LUNCH AND NETWORKING BREAK

2:00 pm - 2:40 pm Creating a Commercially Successful Charging Network

Monica Huang - General Manager, Energy Services Group, Red Dot Power


  • Assessing the real value of operating a charging network
  • Overcoming the risk of obsolescence by future-proofing your charging station
  •  Running multi-technology projects: Solar, EVs, batteries and retail concessions
  • Strategies for ensuring the scalability of your charging network


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Monica Huang

General Manager, Energy Services Group
Red Dot Power

2:40 pm - 3:20 pm Combined Charging System & Why a single standard will help the development of EV in a region

Jacques Borremans - Director, CharIN Asia


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Jacques Borremans

Director
CharIN Asia

EV infrastructure has proven to be a key hurdle in the advancements of E-mobility in the region however; the responsibility of solving this problem does not rest solely with a single company but needs the support of the entire ecosystem comprising of financiers, OEMs, utility companies and governments.
 
  • Strategies for creating successful partnerships
  • Overcoming the legal, financial and commercial challenges
  • Assessing the role of PPPs in driving industry collaborations
  • Case studies and industry examples
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Samuel Chng

Research Fellow at Lee Kuan Yew Centre of Innovative Cities
Singapore University of Technology and Design (SUTD)

4:00 pm - 4:30 pm CLOSING REMARKS FROM CONFERENCE CHAIRMAN AND END OF CONFERENCE

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