New Energy Vehicle Infrastructure Summit 2010
Venue: Marriot Hotel,Hong Qiao
|Event Date/Time: Nov 17, 2010||End Date/Time: Nov 19, 2010|
In 2010, along with the progress of â€œNew Energy Vehicle Development Planâ€ and â€œElectric Vehicle State Standardizationâ€, China, as the worldâ€™s most potential markets, is entering a new energy vehicle era. The â€œAutomotive Industry Restructuring and Revitalization Planâ€ announced in March 2009 has made it clear that a production capacity goal of 500, 000 new energy cars must be formed by the year 2012. The automakers are launching their own brands of new energy vehicles. Auto professionals believe that infrastructure construction is more important than auto technologies since it determines the commercialization of new energy vehicles.
New Energy Vehicle Infrastructure Summit 2010, as Chinaâ€™s only high-level conference focusing on new energy vehicle infrastructure, will opens on 17-19, November, 2010, in Shanghai. The topic will concern following topics:
1. Charging Standardization
2. Infrastructure Investment Issues
3. Charging Station Business Model
4. Fuel Cell Vehicle& Hydrogen Stations
5. Charging Station Distribution Plan & Policy Analysis
6. Newest Technology of Fast Recharging and Fast Battery Exchange
The confirmed speakers are from National Energy Administration, Ministry of Finance, State Information Consultancy Center, State Grid Energy Research Institute, CNOOC, State Key Laboratory of Atmosphere Optics for 863 Programs, Beijing Capital SCI Tech, Shanghai Automotive, Nissan (Zhengzhou),General Motors, Volkswagen, BMW, Sunrise Power (National Fuel Cell Engineering Center), Cybernaut (China) Investment, Zhong Tong Bus.
The summit will convene 300+ delegates infrastructure owners, automakers, battery companies, solution providers, investment firms and consulting firms. On November 19th, JFPS China will invite all the delegates for a site-view to An Ting Hydrogen Station & Cao Xi Charging Station.
For more info, please visit www.nevinfrastructuresummit.com
Contact: Fanny Wang