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Introducing the Next Generation of Green Vehicles, Storage and Infrastructure Readiness including Electric Vehicles, Hydrogen Fuel Cells and Autogas into the transport mix in Asia.
In the wake of rising climate concerns and rising interest in electric vehicles, Southeast Asian nations are shifting towards the EV industry and its ecosystem for the transportation sectors.
Policy moves in India and China, where governments are trying to restraint widespread pollution, the fast-growing green car market is driven by legislation and South East Southeast Asian Nations are following suit China’s electric car boom to spill over into Asia-Pacific and Southeast Asia is anticipated to rise in its adoption of EVs and other clean next generation vehicles (such as hybrids, fuel cell vehicles, and new energy vehicles). Next Generation Vehicles are vehicles that are green, energy efficient, low emissions, and running on low carbon or new energy fuels such as bio-natural gas, hydrogen, electric, ultracapacitors, etc. This significant rise in EVs will push electrification demand and acceptance in the region. Indonesia and Thailand represent the biggest market potential for this sector.
Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia – have established comprehensive EV policies that take a holistic approach to developing the entire EV ecosystem by promoting consumer demand and incentivizing private investments across the value chain.
Serious discussions pertaining to the regulatory framework and incentives for the electric car industry in Indonesia are progressing. Stakeholders in the country's automotive industry are constantly engaging the government over discussions and a roadmap.
The Indonesian government through its various ministries are working towards the development of the electric car and related infrastructure to be part of Indonesia's low carbon emission vehicle (LCEV) program. In the program, the government wants LCEVs portion to contribute at least one fifth of all domestically manufactured vehicles by 2025.
Recently in July 2018, the government announced the progress of offering tax holiday to battery makers to increase production of electric cars in Indonesia
With government support, incentives and commitment from stakeholders to provide vital infrastructure and technological support, EV and other clean Next Generation Vehicles will continue to be a positive addition in Southeast Asian East Asian countries such as Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines and Singapore.
The Next Generation Vehicles and Infrastructure forum will gather the region’s stakeholder bringing you case studies from prominent EV manufacturers discussing market insights, technology innovations that are relevant for the region.
EVs and clean vehicles are leading stakeholders’ agendas as governments in Southeast Asia are adopting a cleaner and more efficient way to roll out public and private transportation so are investing next generation charging infrastructure and leveraging partnerships for transport companies, vehicle OEMs and technology providers.
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