6 June 2018

 
6 June 2018
Morning Session (08.30 – 12.30)
Room GH203, BITEC, Bangkok
International Electric Vehicle Technology Conference and Exhibition
Opening Ceremony
In Conjunction with
International Conference: The Future of ASEAN’S Energy Journey
E-mobility – Smart Grid – Smart City
 
    
Registration of guests and press
 
 
 
 
Report on the Objective of Organising of iEVTech 2018 &
Electric Vehicle Asia 2018 and 2018 IEEE Transportation
Electrification Conference and Expo, Asia-Pacific on 
“E-Mobility: A Journey from Now and Beyond”
Dr. Yossapong Laoonual
 President of Electric Vehicle Association of Thailand


  Report on the Objective of Organising International Conference
Renewable Energy Asia, Conference on 
“The Future of ASEAN’s Energy Journey
E-mobility – Smart Grid – Smart City”
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Suneerat Fukuda
Director of the Joint Graduate School of Energy and
Environment (JGSEE) and Center of Excellence on
Energy Technology and Environment (CEE PERDO), KMUTT 
 
 
 
 
Welcoming Remark
Mr. Chiruit Isarangkun Na Ayutthaya
President of Thailand Convention and ExhibitionBureau (TCEB)

  Opening and Keynote Address on
“THAILAND ‘S ENERGY FUTURE”
H. E. Dr. Siri Jirapongphan
Minister of Energy, Thailand
     
    Plenary Session Chairman:
 
Official Opening Ceremony and Photo Caption



 
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Suneerat Fukuda
Director of the Joint Graduate School of Energy and
Environment (JGSEE) and Center of Excellence on
Energy Technology and Environment (CEE PERDO), KMUTT 
     
 
Cars 100 years later – motor/capacitor/wireless
Prof. Yoichi Hori
University of Tokyo, President of World EV Association
and President of EV Association of Asia-Pacific

 
Update on recent developments of Thai energy policy in
RE and EE
Dr. Twarath Sutabutr
Director-General, Energy Policy and Planning Office,
Ministry of Energy
     
 
The building sector’ s contribution to the energy
transformation and climate protection in the
ASEAN countries
Dr. Dirk Schwede
University of Stuttgart, Germany
 
On the road to e-mobility: chances and
essential steps for ASEAN states
Mr. Daniel Borrmann
Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering IAO, Germany

     
     
6 June 2018
Afternoon Session (12.30 – 20.00)
Room GH202, BITEC, Bangkok
ITEC Asia-Pacific Opening Ceremony
     
Welcoming Speech by Co-organizers & Supporters    
 
Dr. Yossapong Laoonual
President of EVAT, Thailand
   
     
 
Mr. Sermsakul Klaykaew
President of IEEE PES Thailand Chapter
 
Prof. Vijit Kinnares
Chairman of IEEE Joint IAS.IES/PELS Thailand Chapter
     
 
Welcoming Speech by Co-organizers & Supporters 
Dr. Yossapong Laoonual
President of EVAT, Thailand
Mr. Manu Leopairote
Chairman, UBM Asia (Thailand) Co., Ltd.
Mr. Sermsakul Klaykaew
President of IEEE PES Thailand Chapter
Prof. Vijit Kinnares
Chairman of IEEE Joint IAS.IES/PELS Thailand Chapter

     
 
Congratulatory Remarks
H.E. Mr. Kees Rade
Ambassador, Embassy of the Netherlands, Bangkok

 
Keynote: “Investment Promotions for xEV
and Components in Thailand”
Ms.Duangjai Asawachintachit
Secretary General, Board of Investment, Thailand
     
 
Presentation of Tokens of Appreciation and Photo Session
     
 
Keynote: “BNEF’s Electric Vehicle Outlook (EVO 2018)”
Mr. Colin McKerracher
Bloomberg New Energy Finance Global Head
of Advanced Transport, UK 
 
Keynote: “Honda’ s Electrification Strategy and
Possibility of New Mobility Concept”
Mr. Nobuyuki Aoyama
President of Honda R&D Asia Pacific Co., Ltd., Thailand


     
 
A Panel Discussion Session on “How does electric charging
infrastructure and its interoperability unlock the barriers
to EV Adoption?”
 
Panelists
Mr. Keith Hardy
Director-U. S. EV-Smart grid interoperability Center of
Argonne National Laboratory, USA
Mr. Christian Wiedmann
President of BMW Group Thailand
Dr. Nuwong Chollacoop
Committee, EVAT and Head of Renewable Energy Laboratory,
Materials for Energy Research Unit, MTEC, Thailand
 
Moderator
Ms. Carolin Capone
Head of Sustainable Transport Projects in Thailand and
with ASEAN, German Corporation for International
Cooperation (GIZ) GmbH

 
     

   
Closing Remarks
Dr. Pongpan Kaewtatip
Vice President of EVAT
   

 


 

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