As opportunities and electric vehicles (EV) technologies explode, the emerging markets with highest growth potential are ASEAN. Thailand is the first country in ASEAN to offer incentives for EV manufacturers and tax reductions on sales of their cars. With the ambitious S-curve policy to promote new industries aims to put 1.2 million EVs on roads by 2036 and over 7,000 charging stations in a few years. Indonesia is targeting for EVs to account for 20% of its production by 2025.

ASEAN countries also have plans to manufacture batteries for electrified vehicles and build charging stations. The government-owned electricity and gas distribution firm Singapore Power also plans to build more than 1,000 stations by next year. The Philippines expects to have 200 stations in place by 2022.

The development of EV industry is gaining great momentum in ASEAN. In this webinar will present you the challenges, opportunities, and the way forward of the EV industry in the ASEAN region. Informa Markets is using its global reach to bring thought leaders and decision-makers from across the globe together for an interactive digital week to discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the energy and utilities sector. Mark your calendars today!

Registration is now open! Join the webinar session "The ASEAN Electric Vehicle Outlook 2020". One of the sessions on Global Energy & Utilities Digital Week

Date: 11 Aug. 2020 (10.30hrs. GST /13.30hrs. GMT)

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President of Electric Vehicle Association of Malaysia President of Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines President of Electric Vehicle Association of Singapore President-elect of the Electric Vehicle Association of Thailand