Asia Regional Training on E-Mobility

Note: This is a recorded version of a live course. This course does not provide certificates for participants undertaking this course at a later stage. Participants can still pose questions […]

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Note: This is a recorded version of a live course. This course does not provide certificates for participants undertaking this course at a later stage. Participants can still pose questions on any presentation, by sending their questions to contact@nuacampus.org

The regional training in Asia is organised in October 2021 provides a
combination of introductory knowledge about electric mobility sector
and the pre-requisites for planning the electric mobility ecosystem, as
well as expert insights on specialised topics on electric vehicle
management, selecting and setting up of charging infrastructure, and
cross-cutting topics. The multi-day regional training is intended for
various stakeholders from national and local/municipal government
agencies involved in the energy, transport, environment, planning and
finance sectors, industry professionals, local start-ups, and current
and future fleet managers or operators and drivers of electric vehicles.

Target audience
• National governments (e.g., climate change, transport, environment, energy, planning, finance)
• Local governments
• Private sector, local innovators, and industry association
• Research and academe
• Civil society organisations

1
Introduction to the Regional Training – Asia
2
SolutionsPlus Project
3
Pasig City in the SolutionsPlus Project
4
Kathmandu in the SolutionsPlus Project
5
Hanoi in the SolutionsPlus Project
6
Nanjing in the SolutionsPlus Project

Introduction to E-mobility and E-mobility Ecosystem

1
Aligning E-Mobility: Wider Context and Objectives
2
E-mobility Ecosystem and stakeholders
3
Contribution of E-Mobility Towards National Climate Change Targets
4
E-Mobility as an elements towards meeting the NDC Targets

Electric Vehicles: Policy and Regulation

1
Electric Vehicle Policies and Regulation
2
Electric Mobility Ecosystem in India
3
Implementing e-Bus systems – Experience from China
4
Managing electric 2/3 wheelers (or LEVs) in Asia
5
S.Korea and Seoul e-Bus Strategies
6
e-Bus Deployment in Europe

Charging Infrastructure: Planning

Policy and Operation

1
Charging Infrastructure – Introduction for (city) authorities
2
Charging Infrastructure – Policy Frameworks
3
Holistic, fact-based planning and operation of Zero-emission Buses in an Urban Environment
4
e-Bus charging technologies and strategies: A Review
5
Future charging trends: power increase for (very) fast and bi-directional charging
6
Charging infrastructure deployment: Experience from Chinese Taipei
7
Charging infrastructure: Characteristics, Planning, Policy and Operation
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