The 2nd Annual Green Fuels and Vehicles China 2011
2nd Annual Green Fuels & Vehicles China 2011 will be convened on April 7-8 in Beijing, China. This year the event will focus on exploring the technical and commercial roadmaps for alternative fuels and new energy vehicles, discuss the policy incentives, market outlook, technical innovations and charging infrastructure development of the industry. It is China's leading international networking and information exchange platform for new energy vehicle industry.
This year, the event is expected to invite more than 200+ multiple stakeholders from global green fuels and vehicles fraternities including 30+ vehicle OEMs, 20+ auto component providers, 15+ battery manufactures and service & solution providers and regulators, like Mercedes-Benz, PSA Peugeot Citroen (EPA:UG), Volkswagen (ETR:VOW), Toyota Motor Corporation (TYO:7203), Mitsubishi Motors (TYO:7211), General Motor (NYSE:GM), Ford Motor (NYSE:F), Renault (EPA:RNO), Chery Automobile Co., Ltd., SAIC Group (SHA:600104), BYD Auto (HKG:1211), CHANA Auto, Nissan (TYO:7201), Geely Automobile Institute Co., Ltd. (HKG:0175), Better Place, GE Energy Services, A123 Systems (NASDAQ:AONE), DSM engineering, Johnson Controls (NYSE:JCI), 3M Ltd. (NYSE:MMM), IBM, Siemens (ETR:SIE), CIE Automotive Part's Shanghai Co., Ltd (MCE:CIE), Efore Energy for Electronics (HEL:EFO1V), Shenzhen Grart Technology Co., Ltd., Autoliv BV. & Co. KG (NYSE:ALV), LyondellBasell Industries (NYSE:LYB), Maxim Integrated Products (NASDAQ:MXIM), Infineum, Alstom Group (EPA:ALO), O2Micro (NASDAQ:OIIM), Ernst & Young, etc.
WHAT YOU WILL TAKE AWAY FROM THE EVENT
- Hear about the analysis of the latest policy incentives and technical standards from government
- Gain in-depth insights into the leading OEMs development trends and strategies
- Discuss the major obstacles of the industrialization and commercialization of green vehicles and find out the possible solutions
- Keep abreast of the advancements in critical technology innovation and breakthrough
- Listen to the expectation and requirements for auto part and component from major auto makers
- Probe into the critical issues regarding the charging infrastructure development
- Establish partnerships and win-win situation among OEMs, battery companies, auto component suppliers and charging infrastructure owners
Previous attendees from (but not limited to):
Energy-efficient and New Energy Vehicles Key Project Office National Hi-Tech R&D Program (2006-2010), Ministry of Science and Technology of China, Promotion Office of New Energy Automotive Shanghai Municipal People's Government, Shanghai Automobile Sales Trade Association, Ford Motor (China) Ltd, Geely Automobile Institute Co., Ltd., GM China, SAIC Motor, Chery Automobile Co., Ltd., PSA Peugeot Citroen, Nissan (China) Investment Co., Ltd., Fiat Powertrain Technologies Management Co., Ltd. (BIT:F), Chongqing Changan Automobile Co., Ltd. (SHE:200625), Innovation Center for Energy and Transportation, China Electrotechnical Society, IBM, BOSCH (United Automotive Electronic Systems Co., Ltd.), Siemens Ltd., Panasonic (TYO:6752), Bayer Material Science Limited, Mitsui & Co., Ltd. (TYO:8031), MarkLines Co., Ltd., DSM Engineering Plastics Asia Pacific, dSPACE Mechatronic Control Technology Co., Ltd., Johnson Controls, ArcelorMittal (AMS:MT) (NYSE:MT), Automotive Industry Action Group, A&D Technology Inc, Efore Energy for Electronics, CIE Automotive China, Central Glass Co., Ltd. (TYO:4044), CITIC GUOAN Mengguli New Energy Technology Co., Ltd., Ernst & Young (China) Advisory Limited., Galaxy Lithium (Jiangsu) Co., Ltd. (ASX:GXY), GHSP (Shanghai) Automotive Company Ltd., Jiangsu Aoxin New Energy Automobile Co., Ltd., Lyondellbasell Industries, Zongshen Piaggio Foshan Motorcycle Co. LTD, SK E&S, Novelis Korea Limited, Shenzhen Grart Technology Co., Ltd., Wangxiang Group, Zonda, etc.
2nd Annual Green Fuels & Vehicles China 2011 is a must choice for decision makers to acquire insights and deeper understandings of the impact, opportunities, challenges and strategies of China alternative fuels and new energy vehicles industry.
Toyota Motor Corporation
SAIC Motor Corporation Limited
PSA Peugeot Citroen S.A.
O2Micro International Limited
Nissan Motor Co., Ltd
Mitsui and Co., Ltd
Mitsubishi Motors Corporation
Maxim Integrated Products, Inc.
LyondellBasell Industries NV
Johnson Controls, Inc.
IGVision International Corporation
General Motors Corporation
Geely Automobile Holdings
Galaxy Resources Limited
Ford Motor Company
CIE Automotive SA
Central Glass Co., Ltd.
BYD Company Limited
A123 Systems, Inc.