By the end of 2010, criticism grew over the unclear future of electric vehicles. Thus far, the investment put into developing them has yet to deliver reasonable returns. Meanwhile, most vehicles in use today are still powered by gasoline. It is unclear whether the mass market is ready to adopt electric vehicles. Moreover, even if it were, the vehicles themselves are more expensive to purchase and operate than those running on gasoline.
An increasing number of experts see China at the center of the green mobility movement. China¡¯s automobile market is the world¡¯s largest, Chinese consumers have shown strong interest in electric vehicles and the industry has government backing. As a result, China¡¯s green auto market is enjoying something of a boom right now. However, a balance must be struck between innovation and commercialization in order to realize a true green auto revolution in China.
With the unveiling of the nation¡¯s 12th Five-Year Plan, we believe the automotive industry is poised for a historic transformation. Our Green Mobility 2011 is designed to explore emerging long-term strategic issues and find the best renewable energy solutions. Our flagship event in your 2011 automotive calendar will bring together leading industry players to brainstorm on the future of green mobility and help solve the key challenges your business faces.
The electric revolution is on! Don¡¯t miss it!


Special Thanks to Our Past Speakers:

He Guangyuan
Former Minister of Machinery Ministry
Wang Binggang
National 863 Energy Saving and New Energy Vehicle Program
Wei anli
Deputy Secretary-General , China Internal Combustion Engine Industry Association
Chen Quanshi
Director , Automotive Research Institute
Tsinghua University
James Frederick Miller
Senior Technical Advisor , U.S. Department of Energy
Zhao Fuquan
Vice President
Geely Group
Zhu hongyu
China Energy Environment Technology Association
David L.S. Hung
Shanghai Jiao Tong University
Chunbeom Lee
Director of Diesel Hybrid R&D Center
Korea Automotive Technology Institute
Executive Director
World Alliance for Decentralized Energy (WADE)
Yuji Yasui
Chief Engineer
Honda R&D Co., Ltd.
Wang Zhe
Promotion Office of Shanghai New Energy Vehicle
Ling Tianjiun
Director of Green
Mobility Business Division
Shanghai Automotive
Group Co.,Ltd
Albert Lam
Chairman and CEO
Detroit Electric Holdings Ltd.
David Reeck
General Motors China

Robert Deutsch
Director – Business Unit Hybrid & Electric Vehicle Asia 

Powertrain Asia, Continental

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