Theme 0: Steps Needed for Electrification to Take off in South East Asia—Voice of Industry Thought Leaders

Theme 0: Steps Needed for Electrification to Take off in South East Asia—Voice of Industry Thought Leaders

Intelligent Mobility Event, Japan, 2021

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19-Aug-2021
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Asia Pacific
Research Code: PC37-01-00-00-00
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COVID-19’s impact on the electric vehicles (EVs) market has been limited since EV development has been incorporated into every leading OEM’s long-term growth strategy. The main challenges to mass EV adoption relate to battery costs, battery chemistries, charging times, and charging infrastructure. These are being addressed by stakeholders across the value chain. EVs are creating the opportunity for both established OEMs and start-ups to think differently; new business models now include battery recycling for second-life applications, new platform approaches centered on dedicated EV platform architectures, and R&D into novel battery chemistries like solid-state batteries. Meanwhile, government regulations and advanced, standardized charging technology are poised to boost EV penetration. This session discussed critical trends that will shape EV penetration, opportunities and impacts arising from C.A.S.E. convergence, EV platform development strategies, and breakthroughs in battery charging infrastructure, battery recycling, battery chemistries, and Government Regulations on National EV & Sustainable Energy Development.

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COVID-19s impact on the electric vehicles (EVs) market has been limited since EV development has been incorporated into every leading OEMs long-term growth strategy. The main challenges to mass EV adoption relate to battery costs, battery chemistries, charging times, and charging infrastructure. These are being addressed by stakeholders across the value chain. EVs are creating the opportunity for both established OEMs and start-ups to think differently; new business models now include battery recycling for second-life applications, new platform approaches centered on dedicated EV platform architectures, and R&D into novel battery chemistries like solid-state batteries. Meanwhile, government regulations and advanced, standardized charging technology are poised to boost EV penetration. This session discussed critical trends that will shape EV penetration, opportunities and impacts arising from C.A.S.E. convergence, EV platform development strategies, and breakthroughs in battery charging infrastructure, battery recycling, battery chemistries, and Government Regulations on National EV & Sustainable Energy Development.
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Author Sathyanarayana Kabirdas
Industries Automotive
WIP Number PC37-01-00-00-00
Is Prebook No
GPS Codes 9673-A6,9800-A6,9882-A6