Our Energy and Environmental Protection Working Group (EEPWG) is glad to invite you to the event "E-Mobility: Where Are We Heading?" on February 15th 2022, at 6:00 pm (CST) / 11:00 am CET. Welcome to participate in Shanghai – at Italo Trattoria – or online. The seminar will be followed by a networking Aperitivo for onsite participants.
Since its discovery, electricity has been central to the evolution of human life. Every piece of equipment around us needs energy. Our homes are comfortable places thanks to gas and electricity, while, when we are outside our shelters, the fuel also comes into play for our mobility.
China plays a fundamental role as a producer and consumer of energy in the world. But what is the global demand for energy? And how our mobility will be affected? How are companies using it and what are the new trends? Our experts will answer these – along with many other – key questions on energy and the future of mobility during our session.
6:00 pm – 6:30 pm
6:30 pm – 6:40 pm
Welcome speech by Luigi Minervini, CICC Energy and Environmental Protection Working Group (EEPWG) Coordinator
6:40 pm – 7:00 pm
"Electric Energy Utilization in the World" by Ciro Troisi, General Manager Haveco, Joint Venture of Stellantis in China
7:00 pm – 7:20 pm
"Current Scenario and Basic Economics" by Matteo Vittorio Bertelè, CFA, Head of New Business Development (China), Stellantis
7:20 pm – 7:40 pm
"New Energies - The Future of the Mobility" by Enea Colombo, General Manager, ICONA Design Shanghai and Global CEO, ICONA Design Group
7:40 pm – 8:00 pm
With the participation of Lucian Ion, Enel EMobility China General Manager
8:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Networking Aperitivo for onsite participants
Italo Trattoria (2/F, 291 Fumin Lu, by Changle Lu / 富民路291号悟锦世纪大厦2楼, 近长乐路) & Online
OFFLINE: 350 RMB (Members); 450 RMB (Non-Members)
ONLINE: 100 RMB (Members); 200 RMB (Non-Members)
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Know more about EEPWG
EEPWG welcomes all Italian companies, entities, and individuals operating within the energy and environmental protection industrial sectors along the relative value chains (upstream, downstream, fossil energy, renewable energy, distribution, consumption, emission/water/waste/soil treatment, energy saving, etc.).
EEPWG is an initiative supported by the Embassy of Italy to the PRC and China-Italy Chamber of Commerce. EEPWG aims at representing the active coordination structure of the "Pacchetto Energia/Ambiente" developed by the Embassy of Italy in 2014 and subject to many inter-governmental agreements.
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The CICC Team