The Global New Energy Vehicle Conference 2013 (GNEV Conference 2013) will be held in Howard Johnson New Port Resort Haikou, Hainan, China on January 8-10, 2014. The conference includes: 2013 GNEV Forum, Your EV Future- 2013 GNEV Partner Exhibition, and Crazy for EV-2013 New Energy Vehicle (Hainan) Carnival with EV test drive of 8 brands and more than 10 models.
The main topic of the conference is The Market Strategy in China at the Eve of the Marketization of New Energy Vehicle. Hundreds of corporate chief executives, government officials and experts from all over the world will take part in the forum, and share their views on new energy vehicle market in China, prospects and development strategy for the market.
Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn revealed that China is the key to the future of the EV industry, since the Chinese government sets a goal of having 500,000 new energy vehicles on the road by 2015 and 5 million by 2020. Just recently, it added new incentives on new energy vehicles.
EV makers go for different strategies. Many new energy vehicles tailored for consumers have be developed by Domestic brands like JAC and BYD while multinational car makers introduce new energy vehicles through joint ventures and import foreign brands. However, some car makers failed in the R&D, producing and marketing of new energy vehicle. Many experts in EV industry call on enterprises not wait for government’s help.
As for the best product, should enterprises stick to pure electric vehicle or take a plug-in hybrid vehicle-extended range electric vehicle-pure electric vehicle strategy?
Strategy determines market promotion. We hope the GNEV representatives’ insights bring light to the eve of the marketization of new energy vehicle industry in China.
Initiated by EV Future Co. (D1EV.com), a leading global platform for new energy vehicle information and trading, the annual conference of GNEV has been held three times since December 2010.
In the previous three GNEV Conferences, dozens of issues were discussed by the officials and entrepreneurs from The United States, Japan, South Korea, France, United Kingdom and Germany and hundreds of their Chinese counterparts.
The theme of GNEV Conference 2010 (was then called Annual Meeting of Chinese New Energy Vehicle Industry) was The Revolutionary Strategy of First Environmentally Friendly Year.
The 2011 Conference’s theme was China and the Future of Global New Energy Vehicle. The 2012 Conference’s theme was Open the Door to the EV Market. Main topics covered included energy saving, sustainable development, technology and business model innovation, government guidance and exit strategy and the relationship between public opinion and EV industry development.
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