JEJU, SOUTH KOREA– EVAP, the Electric Lorry Association of the Philippines, just recently took part in the 10th International Electric Lorry Exposition and commemorated the 8th anniversary of the Global Electric Lorry Network (GEAN) in Jeju, South Korea.
As the nation’s primary company committed to promoting electrical cars (EVs) and sustainable transport, EVAP showcased its development in the EV sector and got important insights from other nations and emerging innovations.
Throughout the exposition, EVAP’s President, Edmund Araga, and Chairman, Rommel Juan, in addition to Dennis Chuah, President of the Electric Lorry Association of Malaysia, represented the Asian Federation of Electric Lorry Associations (AFEVA). This local company concentrates on promoting EV adoption in Asia.
The occasion supplied a platform for EVAP to network with agents from other EV companies, exchange concepts, and check out the most recent EV designs and innovations. Araga was bestowed the GEAN Award for his management and dedication to sustainable transport services in Asia.
The group likewise made a check out to Hyundai Motorstudio in South Korea with the AFEVA delegation, led by Araga and consisting of directors Rommel Juan and Dennis Chuah. It was a considerable turning point for the Philippine EV market. It intended to find out about Hyundai’s developments in EV innovation and the business’s prepare for sustainable transport.
The delegation had the chance to see Hyundai’s newest EVs, such as the Ioniq 5 and the Kona Electric, and applauded Hyundai’s devotion to minimizing carbon emissions.
This go to works as preparation for the upcoming EV Top arranged by EVAP in the Philippines, which intends to combine market leaders, policymakers, and stakeholders to go over the most recent developments in electrical movement and promote sustainable transport in Asia.
The top covered subjects like battery innovation, charging facilities, and federal government policies supporting EVs.
EVAP’s Chairman, Rommel Juan, revealed enjoyment about the EV Top, thinking it will speed up the shift to electrical cars in the Philippines and the area.
These efforts by EVAP, AFEVA, and Hyundai Motorstudio add to the promo of sustainable transport in Asia and lead the way for a greener future in the area.
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