Indonesia highlighted cooperation in the development of electric vehicles (EVs) during the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Post-Ministerial Conference with Japan in Jakarta on Thursday.
Lee Jae Eun, CEO of Everpia said, “Our Giang Dien plant is an important milestone for the next chapter of Everpia, as we aim to become a cornerstone of the economy.” The Korean firm, primarily a supplier of bedding materials, has been listed as one of the Top 100 Sustainable Development Enterprises in Vietnam for […]
Chinese battery manufacturer Svolt Energy Technology (Svolt) has begun construction of a plant in Thailand to make battery packs for electric and hybrid vehicles.
Trade Minister Zulkifli Hasan highlighted that the government is striving to continually boost trade cooperation with South Korea through efforts, including increasing investment in electric cars.
The Energy Market Authority (EMA) rolled out the second Energy Storage Systems (ESS) Grant Call to reinforce research and development efforts in clean energy.
PT VKTR Teknologi Mobilitas (VKTR), the Indonesian importer of Chinese made BYD electric buses, announced plans to build a bus assembly plant in the country.
Thailand’s investment promotion scheme for the first half of 2023 was up by almost 70pc from a year earlier to 364.4bn Thai baht ($10.37bn) of proposals, led by the growth in targeted industries like the electronic and auto sectors.
With over 250 LEED-certified buildings constructed in the last decade, Vietnam is increasingly demonstrating the relevance of “green” aspect in construction. LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is the most widely used green rating system in the world, and is administered by the U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC).
The Electric Mobility Ecosystem Association (AEML) and AC Ventures released a report dubbed ‘Indonesia’s Electric Vehicle Outlook: Supercharging Tomorrow’s Mobility’. It projects up to a 10-percent increase in the country’s electric motorbike market.
TEMPO.CO, Jakarta – The Electric Mobility Ecosystem Association (AEML) and AC Ventures released a report dubbed ‘Indonesia’s Electric Vehicle Outlook: Supercharging Tomorrow’s Mobility’. It projects up to a 10-percent increase in the country’s electric motorbike market.