New energy vehicles are at the forefront of the automotive industry, drawing focus from global OEMs and policymakers. Automakers in China have taken a leading role in developing new energy technologies, hoping to take advantage of what is now the world’s largest automotive market. From 2011 to 2016 sales of electric cars in China increased by more than one hundredfold, and projections forecast robust growth. The Chinese government has implemented a system of new energy vehicle (NEV) credits to help spur demand, and tightened emission standards substantially in recent years. At the same time, innovation to powertrain technology has made conventionally-powered vehicles and hybrid engines increasingly fuel-efficient.
In light of these developments, Duxes will host the 2nd China Green Powertrain Summit 2018 on December 6-7, 2018 in Shanghai, with a parallel event, the 2nd Green Vehicle Summit 2018 on December 7th. Both summits will gather leaders in the field of automotive powertrain and new energy vehicles, featuring input from government officials, OEM representatives, and technical experts, on a wide range of content. Speakers and panelists will address the latest emissions standards and subsidy policies in China, technical improvements to automotive powertrain for pure electric, hybrid, and conventional vehicles, the Chinese auto market, and the emergence of connected vehicles, as well as new business models and technological challenges for new energy vehicles.
The 2nd China Green Powertrain Summit 2018 continues the work of Duxes’ acclaimed auto event series, by equipping professionals with high-level knowledge on the burgeoning new-energy vehicle sector, drawing on a decade of engagement and support for the auto industry in China and around the world. Professionals working in the automotive industry, and in related fields, are invited to attend.
For further information, please contact:
Ms. Cindy CUI
Tel.: + 86 21 5258 8005 Ext. 8253