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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 (6:30 PM - 8:15 PM) (GMT+8)

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IHS Markit Office

Room 4301-4306, 43F K'Wah Centre, 1010 Middle Huaihai Road, Xuhui District

Shanghai, China

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China has igniting in 2018 the second stage of electromobility by hydrogen fuel cell technology. The country's goal is to develop an early-stage Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle market for commercial vehicle fleets, and then roll it out locally to the China's passenger car market. The workshop provides insights into China's Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle (FCEV) strategy, evaluate technology gaps as potential for cooperation with DACH companies and discuss export scenario to Europe. 

Topics to be discussed:

• Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle in China - the next hype after BEV or a serious undertaking?

• China's hydrogen economy & H2 mobility SWOT

• Government support measures/subsidies and industry clusters

• Provincial/city plans for Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle production  

• R&D cooperation, technology transfers & Joint-ventures speeding-up green transportation

• Chinese-OEM and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle start-ups: Reality Check 

• 2030 HRS rollout strategy 

• Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle regulatory challenges to overcome

• Fuel Cell Electric Vehicle value chain gaps: Sales potential for German companies

Language: English

Price: Member: 250 RMB / Non-member: 400 RMB

     (To be paid onsite by Cash, WeChat, Alipay or Credit Card)

Venue: Room 4301-4306, 43F K'Wah Centre, 1010 Middle Huaihai Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai

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