Automotive industry representatives will flock to Shanghai next week for the 3rd Annual China Green Transport Summit 2010 to exchange knowledge, understand market trends and think over the future of green transportation.
The Annual China Green Transport Summit is one of the world’s leading and biggest vehicle conferences providing a discussion venue for government and global industries.
The summit aims to promote energy efficiency and emission reduction in the China auto industry and speed up the delivery of green power and technology in the face of environmental issues. The first day of the two-day event starts on June 8 in Shanghai.
The event will assemble the largest automobile companies such as Volkswagen, General Motors, Nissan Motor, Lotus and the Volvo Group, that are expected to share their technologies, marketing strategies and technical solutions in the green transportation industry.
Local automakers such as Chery, Shanghai Automotive Industry Corporation, Geely, Chana, Sinotruk, Guangzhou Automobile Industry Group, Beijing Auto Works, Dongfeng Motor, Yutor Bus, Sunwin and King Long will represent China’s auto industry.
Other participants include experts in the fields of auto electronics, auto design and powertrain systems, engines and raw materials.
Analysts project that there will be 500,000 new energy vehicles in the Chinese market by 2011, making up 5 percent of passenger vehicles sales. Chinese oil giants are already planning to construct large-scale charging stations across the country in anticipation of this green vehicle boom.
The Annual China Green Transport Summit will tour the ongoing World Expo being held in China. Nearly 1,000 new energy vehicles such as 36 super capacitor buses, 120 pure electric vehicles, 150 hybrid buses and six fuel cell buses will be demonstrated.
The summit’s organizers include HNZ Industry Media, China Association of Automobile Manufacturers, National Technology Research Center of Commercial Vehicle Powertrain, National High Tech Center for Energy Saving and Emission Reduction and Shanghai Society of Automotive Engineers.