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Green Mobility 2012

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The China’s New Energy Vehicle Program is expected to be strategically achieving the better future: global climate change; energy security; urban air quality; and China’s auto industry growth. In 2009, the Chinese government initiated the Ten Cities, Thousand Vehicles Program to stimulate electric vehicle development through large-scale pilots in ten cities, focusing on deployment of electric vehicles for government fleet applications. The Program has since been expanded to 25 cities and includes consumer incentives in five cities. Significant electric vehicle (EV) technology development in China is occurring in industry as well as universities, focusing primarily on batteries and charging technology. The new EV value chain is beginning to develop new businesses and business models to provide the infrastructure, component, vehicle, and related services necessary to enable an EV ecosystem.

Green Mobility has got huge success in holding past years which attracted 1800+ participants from government officials, regulators, top 100 OEMs, leading automotive suppliers and services providers etc. Most of the participants are unstinted to give our event high marks. With the unveiling of nation’s 12th Five-Year Plan, we believe a vital new era of auto industry is coming for concurrent transformation. This year, under the theme of “Tapping into New Stage of EV Innovation!”, Green Mobility 2012 has rounded off in Beijing Marriott Hotel Northeast, in Sep.14th. The two and a half days’ event ,from Sep.12th—14th , we have designed to look into emerging long-term strategic issue and has a number of NEW and EXCITING features.

12th Sept, Pre-Forum Workshop: EV Charging Infrastructure

NDRC, CNOOC, State Grid, China Southern Power Grid: Plug-in or Battery Swap?

Sponsor opportunity: Technical Breakthrough & Case Study

 

13th-14th Sept, Join over 200+ Auto Experts and Elites in Beijing to Learn More about:

National Policy Guidance on New Energy Vehicles Development

Commercialization and Marketlisation Roadmap of EV

Domestics Majors and Multinationals’ Strategies

Battery Swap or Fast Charging?

EV Technology Advancement & Innovation

More Upcoming Projects of International OEMs

 

Inviting & Confirmed Speakers for 2012:

Wan Gang, Minister, The Ministry of Science and Technology, PRC

Su Bo, Deputy Director General, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, PRC

Dong Yang, Executive Vice President and Secretary General, China Association of Automobile Manufacturers

Zhang Jinhua, Vice Secretary General, Society of Automotive Engineers of China

Mark Hutchinson, CEO, GE Great China

Zhang Baolin, President, Chang’an Automobile Co., Ltd.

Karl-Thomas Neumann, CEO China, Volkswagen

Wang Jianjun, Deputy General Manager,BYD

Ling Tianjun, Director, Chief Engineer, SAIC

David Reeck, China Electrification Strategy Manager, General Motors

John Muldoon, Principal Scientist, Toyota

Ren Yong, Vice President, Dongfeng Motor Co., Ltd.

Olivier Boulay, Vice President, Advanced Design Center, Mercedes-Benz

Shi Shuanglong, Marketing Director, STATE GRID Corporation of China

Gregoire Olivier, President of Asian Operations, PSA Peugeot Citroën

John Parker, Executive Vice President, Asia Pacific and Africa, Ford Motors, Thailand

Ray Bierzynski, Executive Director for Electrification Strategy, General Motors

Thierry Koskas, Programme Director, Electric Vehicles, Renault

Xiao Chengwei, Chief Battery Expert, China Electrics Technology Group

Kazuo Yajima, Head of Global Battery Business, Nissan

Kirill BRAMNIK, Global Product Technology Manager, BASF

Xie Song, Chief Engineer, Central Research Institute, Chery Automobile Co., Ltd.

Martin Heine, Head of Electronic Solutions, Mercedes-benz

Mats Anderson, Director, Electrical and Electronics System Engineering, Volvo

 

All of the speakers and delegates are enjoyed in this event, and discussed warmly. Hope next year we will meet again in Green Mobility2013.

 

More information, please check: www.cdmc.org.cn/gm2012

Or contact: Coco Lu cocol@cdmc.org.cn 86 21 68407631*8102

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