Join the leading associations, OEMs, utility companies, independent charging station operators, and battery and technology solution providers to hear the latest updates in the EV market in Asia.
In this article, we looked at the key infrastructural challenges and how companies are seeking to drive EV use in Asia, including:
- The availability and profitability of charging stations
- Different standards for charging EVs
- Partnerships between ride-sharing apps and manufacturers
- Government investment in EV infrastructure and programmes
To increase the EV presence in Asia, along with government support, suitable infrastructure and sufficient resources, consumer demand plays a vital role.
In this report we discuss
- How Nissan is Energised EV in Japan
- The rise of personal mobility devices in Asia market
- Electronic advantages of EVs
In this report, we looked at the state of the EV industry in countries like Singapore, Indonesia, China and Vietnam and uncovered details on:
- Barriers to wider implementation of EVs
- Government policies’ impact on EV development
- Infrastructural development to support wider EV use
- The role of EVs in public and private transport
Public – Private Partnerships are becoming increasingly popular due to the benefits compared to wholly private or wholly public enterprises. Benefits such as better coordination between industry and government agencies, improved infrastructure solutions, faster project completions and potential for greater ROI will be accrued to the country with more public-private partnerships.
While still retaining a small percentage of total vehicles sold, electric vehicles sales are on the rise. Last year a Bloomberg report estimated the global electric vehicle market would that week pass the milestone of 4 million sold to date. It also highlighted that the last million were sold in about six months comparison to five years to get to the first million. In this article we explore 4 drivers behind this acceleration in the market and what it means for the industry.
Download the Report - Electrifying Asia’s Vehicle Market: Trends, Challenges and Opportunities for 2019
Asia is set to take advantage of this evolution of road transport. This report sets out the trends, the challenges and the opportunities for 2019 and beyond. Download now to discover:
- Why China still leads the way
- Charging and infrastructure updates
- Regulatory measures
- Ride sharing and new EV models
Switch on your TV, thumb through a newspaper, or trawl the web, and you could be forgiven for thinking that we are about to enter a gilded age of electrification – a world where the petrol powered vehicle is being phased out. Automotive IQ as written an exclusive report on the topic of "Electric Charging - Now and in the Future". Download the full report here.
While electric cars aren’t dominating the auto industry just yet, comprising only 1% of auto sales worldwide, this is destined to change as the world becomes focused on a future where demand for alternatives to petrol and diesel cars will rise. With the global electric car stock surpassing 2 million vehicles in 2016 after crossing the 1 million threshold in 2015, governments, energy and automotive companies are focusing their attention on this alternative to fossil fuels. This exclusive report explores the trends and challenges affecting the industry today as well as some of the pilot projects within Asia.
Terence Siew, President of the Electric Vehicles Association of Singapore and Regional Manager at Greenlots shoare how EVs can be adopted into the mass market, where we currently stand on the charging technology and the obstacles that still need to be overcome in this exclusive interview.