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E-Mobility Asia, held in Bangkok on 25-26 April, 2019, focuses on Asia’s fast changing EV charging & infrastructure landscape. With the spotlight on fast/supercharging, charging commercial vehicles & fleets, standardization of charging network, V2G, battery storage, the summit will bring together key electric vehicle manufacturers, EV charging network & service providers, payment systems/solutions providers and many more to discuss Asia’s roadmap for EV adoption and the challenges in laying down the infrastructure for EVs. The Key highlights of the event include:

  • Future of E-Mobility in Asia – How do we get there?
  • Accelerate EV Adoptions – Meet Consumer Expectations for EV Infrastructure
  • Fast/Supercharging – Latest Development in Advanced Charging Technologies
  • Charging Commercial Vehicles & Fleets
  • From Cities to Rural: Towards Standardized Charging Network
  • Infrastructural & Power Requirement for EV Charging Stations
  • Legal & Financing Considerations for EV charging
  • What’s NEXT – V2G, Battery Storage, etc

The esteemed Speakers joining the summit are:

  • Toyota Motors Vietnam – Toyota sells more than half its cars with hybrid petrol engines and is looking at marketing more than 10 all-electric vehicle models globally in the early 2020.
  • Malaysian Green Technology Corp – The organisation is under the purview of Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment & Climate Change and is focused on meeting the objectives of the Malaysian National Green Technology Policy 2009.
  • Greenlots  is chosen as the network provider for major EV charging expansion in Thailand.
  • PlugIT –  has collaborated with electricity retailer Red Dot Power (RDP) for installing around 50 EV charging stations in Singapore.
  • CharIN-EV – the global Charging Interface Initiative e.V. (CharIN) ecosystem is formed to promote standards for charging systems in EV, creating requirements for the evolution of EV charging systems and developing a certification system for manufacturers to implement charging systems into their products.
  • Electric Vehicle Association of Thailand – The Thai government wants to attract major carmakers to produce EVs in Thailand and transform the country into a global production hub for EVs.

BlueSG is the first electric carsharing service launched in Singapore this year, and it has already opened its 100th charging station in the country

More speakers and final program will be available soon at

For more details about the event contact Ms. Lee Lin at or call +65 6346 9146