To leave the beautiful Earth for our children in the future—this is the strong desire that has driven us to establish the former Association for the Promotion of Electric Vehicles on June 29, 2010 to promote the use of EV and FCV. Now is the time for us to fulfill our responsibility towards posterity and to take ongoing action in order that the future generations, including our children and grandchildren, can continue living a healthy life in a rich natural environment. It is our intention to acquire broad cooperation from people in positions throughout various industries, educational institutions and the administration to exert their influences in all directions. This will realize a world where many consumers consider electric vehicles, among other candidates for personal transportation and actually select one. We would sincerely like to request you for the endorsement.
AEIS is an association based in Singapore that digitally and physically connects electronic industries to potential end-user clients. It was established on 7th November 1973. It is a non-profit organization that represents all facets of industrial and commercial electronics. AEIS has been connecting electronics industry in Singapore by creating a platform for members to communicate and go beyond borders and boundaries. This is achieved through networking with local government agencies and overseas electronics associations. They focus on forming a deep network of electronic industries in Singapore and the rest of the APAC region. This includes countries such as China, Thailand, Indonesia and Malaysia.
CHAdeMO is a DC charging standard for electric vehicles. It enables seamless communication between the car and the charger. It is developed by CHAdeMO Association, which is also tasked with certification, ensuring compatibility between the car and the charger.
Besides, CHAdeMO is an e-mobility collaboration platform around CHAdeMO DC charging protocol.
Within CharIN, a multitude of international technical experts works together in focus groups on advanced subjects around e-mobility and charging.
Aiming at clean transportation by means of E-Mobility to fulfil climate goals, and to reduce CO2 emission, they frame requirements, eg. for charging-related standards and help developing common solutions. The global interoperability based on CCS and MCS will create economy of scale and healthy competition at the same time. In the long run, our targets can be achieved using CCS as common connector, and ISO 15118 as communication standard enabling all different use cases.
CharIN promotes the awareness that a consistent charging standard is needed globally. We are developing specifications for Interoperability testing, Certification, and Auditing of charging related processes that can be adopted worldwide.
As a result, complexity and costs will be reduced, and the user experience can be significantly improved.
CharIN enables affordable E-Mobility for all users and budgets fostering clean transportation.
The Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (eVAP) was established in 2009 and is one of the oldest electric vehicle industry associations in South East Asia.
eVAP envisions a nation wherein the use of electric vehicles is highly promoted, encouraged and supported by its government and the society in order to develop a transportation landscape that is one with the environment ecologically and economically.
The Independent Power Producers Forum (IPPF) is an international industry support organization composed of senior executives and decision-makers heading up firms with energy and power business commitments across Asia, Europe, Africa and the Americas.
We are an active catalyst for positive change with a unique “fraternal” organizational atmosphere. We cover all key areas and sectors relating to power generation: Gas, Coal, Bio-Mass, Hydro, Wind, Solar, Nuclear, Geo-Thermal, Legal, Finance, Insurance, Security, Equipment, Infrastructure, Alternatives, Renewable and Sustainable Technologies, IoT / IT, etc.
The IPPF also leads the “New Energy” parade for Energy Efficiencies (EESCO’s), Pollution Prevention (P2/E2), GHG Trading, Energy Security, Waste-to-Energy, Standby Power, Smart Grid, Distribution / Transmission, Restructuring.
The Malaysian Automotive Component Parts Manufacturers (MACPMA) is an association of manufacturers engaged in the production of automotive parts. Incorporated under the Malaysian Companies Act of 1965, MACPMA provides an official channel of communication between automotive parts manufacturers in Malaysia and the government and is regularly consulted upon by the latter on industrial policies in general and the automotive industry in particular.
The National Additive Manufacturing Innovation Cluster (NAMIC) is a national platform led by the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), supported by the National Research Foundation under the Prime Minister’s Office and the Ministry of Trade and Industry, together with Enterprise Singapore and the Singapore Economic Development Board. NAMIC aims to accelerate the adoption of hybrid and digital additive manufacturing technologies under Singapore's Manufacturing and Economy 2030 Vision, helping industries transform towards innovation and high value-added manufacturing using sustainably sourced, nature-based designs and cradle-to-cradle on-demand manufacturing. NAMIC achieves this by focusing on value capture and creation through an industry sectoral engagement approach, leveraging public-private partnerships and R&D investments, supporting translational research, and accelerating industry test-bedding towards commercial scale-up. NAMIC continues to grow its international outreach, identifying and supporting deep-tech companies incorporating AM technologies seeking capital injection either through project joint-funding or its investor networks. More information can be found at https://namic.sg.
Small and Medium Enterprises Association of Malaysia (Persatuan Pengusahaan-Pengusahaan Kecil dan Sederhana Malaysia) was registered on 12 November 1986 with the Registry of Societies Malaysia. As Malaysia’s first association of SMEs, we continue to champion the development of SMEs in Malaysia.
On 11th November 2021, the 27th ASEAN Transport Ministers Meeting has issued the Phnom Penh Declaration on Sustainable Urban Mobility supporting the implementation of the Avoid-Shift -Improve approach. The SMMR Project supports policy makers and stakeholders in implementing this strategy, including the electrification of light vehicle fleets mobility services, paratransit and logistics. SMMR capacity building activities will contribute to develop excellence of ASEAN in Light Electric Vehicles regulation, industry, and operation. SMMR strives to design, implement, evaluate, and further develop innovative transport projects that are also part of larger ASEAN plans and strategies on Connectivity, Digitalisation and Covid-19 recovery.
A technology Alliance found on September 24, 2020 to promote collaboration on research, development and innovation for the advancement of energy storage in Thailand.
- A leading platform for networking and collaboration between researchers and innovators on energy storage related technologies in ASEAN.
- Promote research and development of affordable and sustainable energy storage technologies for clean and efficient power system and EV in Thailand.
- Create linkage between energy storage researchers/developers and producers/users.
- Provide facts and figures to decision makers and business leaders and raise public awareness regarding energy storage technologies in Thailand.
Thai-European Business Association (TEBA) established in 2009 as independent membership based of Thai and European firms as non-profit organization driven by private sectors.
We're Industrial Manufacturing's Association, TEBA Working Groups / Committees are
- Automotive Working Group
- The European Aerospace a joint FTCC / TEBA initiative
- Digitalization Working Group
- Supply Chain Management Committee
- Smart SMEs Working Group
Objective is to provide business information platform to focus on key priority issues affecting relevant industries and foster trade & investment partnerships.
We promote regional integration support through our network as well as encourage business development with desired companies.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) is one of the largest and most influential trade associations in the UK. Its resources, reputation and unrivalled automotive data place it at the heart of the UK automotive industry.
SMMT is the voice of the UK motor industry, supporting and promoting its members’ interests, at home and abroad, to government, stakeholders and the media.
SMMT represents more than 800 automotive companies in the UK, providing them with a forum to voice their views on issues affecting the sector, helping to guide strategies and build positive relationships with government and regulatory authorities.
ZEVA is a non-governmental organization (NGO) and the first association in Malaysia to bring together all like-minded stakeholders in a transportation ecosystem to advocate for a cleaner environment via the adoption of battery electric vehicles (BEV).
ZEVA provides a platform for all Association members to express their concerns to key industry stakeholders. With this, we contribute to the development of applicable laws, policies, and/or standards on BEV issues.