26 & 27 November 2019
THE TRIBRATA EXHIBITION, JAKARTA, INDONESIA

ELECTRIC VEHICLES INDONESIA FORUM AND EXHIBITION 2019

Co-located with
Asia Pacific Natural Gas Vehicles Association International Biennial Conference & Exhibition 2019 (ANGVA 2019) and Biogas Asia Pacific Forum 2019

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ELECTRIC VEHICLES INDONESIA FORUM AND EXHIBITION

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Co-located with
ANGVA 2019
BGAP 2019
About Event

Introducing the Next Generation Of Green Vehicles, Storage And Infrastructure Readiness Into The Transport Mix In Indonesia And South East Asia


Rationale Behind the Forum

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.

The electric car boom has spilt over into Indonesia and the Southeast Asia region with an anticipated rise in the adoption of EVs. 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.


Why Indonesia?

The Indonesian government is very supporting in pushing the Electric Vehicle agenda forward. The Indonesian government through its various ministries are pushing 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. The era of electric-based vehicles in Indonesia will help combat air pollution with the various ministries and the automotive industry strong support to collectively push this clean initiative in Indonesia.

The groundwork to spur domestic electric vehicle industry has already started with various incentives being rolled out, including tax breakthroughs, import incentives and the development of lithium battery manufacturing and charging station infrastructure advancement.


Main Objectives of The Forum

The forum and exhibition aims to connect stakeholders from the region to tap into business opportunities, collaborations and build relationships with the growing Indonesian EV marketplace.

Co-located with 8th Asia Pacific Natural Gas Vehicles Association International Biennial Conference & Exhibition (ANGVA 2019) and 8th Biogas Asia Pacific Forum 2019, the objective to promote Clean Air for Indonesia cities and transport sector will bring together stakeholders in one place, one location.

The Electric Vehicles Indonesia Forum And Exhibition 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.

AGENDA

Conference and Event's Activities



Johnny Darmawan
Vice Chairman for Industry
INDONESIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (KADIN)

Prof. Satryo Soemantri Brodjonegoro
Special Advisor to Minister
COORDINATING MINISTRY FOR MARITIME AND INVESTMENT AFFAIRS

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Ridwan Djamaluddin
Deputy for Infrastructure
COORDINATING MINISTRY FOR MARITIME AND INVESTMENT AFFAIRS

Sripeni Inten Cahyani
President Director
PT. PLN

Heru Setiawan
Director of Investment Planning and Risk Management
PT PERTAMINA

Ogi Prastomiyono
Director of Strategic Services
PT INDONESIA ASAHAN ALUMINIUM

Darma Setiawan
Owner
PT. JUARA BIKE

Adrianto Djokosoetono
Director
BLUE BIRD GROUP

Agung Wicaksono
President Director
PT. TRANSJAKARTA

Rudy Salim
CEO
PRESTIGE IMAGE MOTORCARS

Facilitated by:
Ir. I Made Dana M.Tangkas
Head of Permanent Committee on Metal & Machinery Industry and Transport Equipment
INDONESIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY

Hammam Riza
Head
AGENCY FOR THE ASSESSMENT AND APPLICATION OF TECHNOLOGY (BPPT)

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Henrik Wigermo
Head of Governmental and External Affairs
BMW SOUTHEAST ASIA

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Dr. Montira Watcharasukarn
Commitee
ELECTRIC VEHICLE ASSOCIATION OF THAILAND

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Welcome Remarks

Rosan P Roeslani
Chairman
INDONESIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY (KADIN)

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Dr. Bambang Brodjonegoro
Minister
MINISTRY OF RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY

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Nico Kanter
President Director
PT. VALE INDONESIA

Saigo Seifu
President Director
PT. PANASONIC GOBEL INDONESIA

Kusharijono
Director
ASTRA OTOPARTS

Facilitated by:
Ir. I Made Dana M.Tangkas
Head of Permanent Committee on Metal & Machinery Industry and Transport Equipment
INDONESIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY

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Makoto Dave Yoshida
Secretary General
CHAdeMO Association

General Manager, External and Global Government Affairs Department
NISSAN MOTOR CO. LTD.

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Huzaimi Omar
Head of Green Mobility
MALAYSIAN GREEN TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION

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Many nations in South East Asia aim to make Electric mobility a sustainable mode of transportation and help reduce carbon emissions – especially in major cities. Electric vehicles inevitably play a key role in the energy and transport sectors.

This workshop will provide a comprehensive understanding on the adoption of Electric Vehicles and also technology solutions, business considerations and environments of the booming electricity vehicle and storage market. Challenges and issues faced will be discussed in further detail during this session. The latest trends and developments in EVs as well as various identified technology will be discussed during this interactive session and delegates will be able to bring back real, comprehensive strategies for application.

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