Asia's first electric vehicles summit is to be hosted by Singapore in July

SOUTHEAST Asia has been investing time and money in charging
infrastructure for electric-powered vehicles and governments in the
region are leveraging public-private partnerships for vehicle
manufacturers and technology providers.

To aid strategic conversations, senior public and private stakeholders
across the value chain including government, vehicle original
equipment manufacturers (OEMs), power and utility companies,
infrastructure providers, battery and energy storage providers, and
transport companies will be gathering at the inaugural Electric
Vehicles Asia Summit in Singapore on July 31-August 1.

Organised by Automotive IQ, a division of IQPC, the two-day conference
will focus on government e-mobility roadmaps, public-private
partnerships, charging infrastructure developments and case studies
within Asia to accelerate e-mobility.

"This is not yet another technology-driven event which focuses solely
on EV technology and components. Rather, it's an event focused on
enabling and accelerating the EV ecosystem and electric mobility
frameworks in Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines, India, Thailand and
Hong Kong," said conference director Joshua Lim.