Issue: Jan 2013


China International New Energy Vehicles Forum 2013 March 27th-29th, Shanghai China



by Alan Tran

Key Issues to Be Discussed:

China’s 12th Five-Year Plan for Electric Driving
New Energy Vehicle’s Development Paths
Infrastructure Establishment and Charging Station Solutions
Core Technologies to Lower Battery Cost, and Improve Safety, Lifecycle and Energy Density
China Market Outlook & Leading Players’ Strategy
Demonstration Program Operating Status and Problems

Speakers Under Prior Consideration:

Wang Shulin, Head of the Vehicle Team, NDRC
Wang Fuchang, Deputy Director-general of the Equipment Industry, Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT)
Cai Yu, Deputy Director, Energy Conservation and New Energy Automobiles Demonstration and Application Office in Shenzhen
Wang Zhe, Director, Promotion Office of Shanghai New Energy Vehicle
Wang Bing Gang, Director, National 863 Energy Saving and New Energy Vehicle Program
Masashi Isogai, President, Toyota Motor China
Yuji Yasui, Chief Engineer, Honda R&D Co., Ltd.
Peter Dowding, Vice President Product Development, Ford Motor
Zhao Fuquan, Vice President& Director for Automobile Research Institute, GEELY Holding Group
Lian Yubo, Vice President & Chief Engineer, BYD
Lu Jianhui, Deputy General Managrer, Chery Automobile Company
CHEN Ping, Deputy GM & Chief Engineer, Chongqing CHANGAN New Energy Automobile Co.,Ltd.
Hu Jiangyi, Deputy Director, Sales & Marketing, State Grid Corporation of China
Zhao Jie, Director, Technology Research Center, China Southern Power Grid
Eiichi Zaima, Managing Director, Technical Department, TEPCO
Anthony Thomson, CEO, HaloIPT
MING Pingwen, General Manager, Dalian Xinyuan Power Co. ( National Fuel Cell Engineering Center)
Keizoh Honda, Technical Executive of Rechargeable Battery System of Transmission Distribution & Industrial Systems Company, Toshiba Corporation
Jason Forcier, VP of Automotive Solutions Group, A123 Systems

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