EV Charging Infrastructure Asia Pacific 2022
On Feb 15-16, Jacques Borremans from the CharIN Coordination Office Asia will speak virtually for CharIN at the hybrid event, also taking place at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore.
The Premier Forum for EV Charging Equipment and Infrastructure
Welcome to the Asia-Pacific EV Charging Infrastructure 2022 conference where leading automotive manufacturers will meet with electrical charge points developers, electrical grid operators, and city planners and policymakers, to explore and establish robust electrical infrastructure and charge points to meet the needs of a new generation of electric vehicles.
In just over a decade electric vehicle ownership is estimated to reach 30 million units in China alone leading to an ever-increasing need for EV charging points to meet the demands of the e-Mobility market. China installed 284,000 EV charging outlets in 2020 alone, surpassing the entire US public charging network.
While charging technology has been evolving at a faster pace, electrical infrastructure development across Asia has remained a challenge. According to a recent report by McKinsey & Company, EV charging-energy demand for electric vehicles could reach 53 billion kilowatt-hours by 2030, a 20-fold increase needed to support the upcoming tide of electric vehicles.
This year’s EV Charging Infrastructure 2022 event is set to become Asia’s leading exhibition and conference exclusively for the automotive and electrical power industry, to meet and collaborate with a large array of charge point developers and policymakers, to examine new developments in electrical infrastructure and charge points technologies, and address how the industry plans to support the growing use of electric vehicles.
Key topics on this year’s agenda include:
- EV charging infrastructure and e-Mobility industry forecasts
- Exploring the next generation of smart and efficient EV charging points
- Latest research in V2X Technology and Ultra-Fast charging for electric vehicles
- Evaluating the current policies and future plans for cities and network development
- Upcoming regulations and industry standards for developing intelligent infrastructure
- New case studies from charge point developers and working with policymakers
This event will provide a forum for all stakeholders across the automotive and electrical industries to network and build cross-market relationships and to explore new technologies and innovations addressing the real challenges of electrical infrastructure and e-Mobility growth.
For more information, please see https://www.asia.evcharging-infrastructure.com/
Published on: 01/14/2022
Published on: 01/14/2022