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2017 US-China New Energy Economy Forum

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Friday, November 17, 2017 at 7:30 AM - Saturday, November 18, 2017 at 1:30 PM (PST)

2017 US-China New Energy Economy Forum

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Forum Intro

The 3rd US-China New Energy Economy Forum hosted by Columbia University, BAIC BJEV, and Gotion Inc. will be held on November 17th to 18th in the Silicon Valley of California. Participants will have opportunities to learn and discuss cooperation and development in the field of new energy between US, China and beyond, especially the innovation and applications of EV and energy storage. During the forum, you can also join nearby events in Santa Clara Convention Center covering topics of EV, renewable energy, energy storage, and Internet of Things during November 15th to 16th, and the 60th San Francisco International Auto Show in Moscone Center from November 18th to 26th.

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What to Expect in 2017 US-China New Energy Economy Forum

  • Trend of US-China Energy and Environment Cooperation
  • Industrial Exploration
  • Business and Career Opportunities

 


 Forum Sessions

Reception and Keynote:  The Future of US - China Energy and Economic Cooperation 

During the first round of US-China Comprehensive Economic Dialogue this July, China’s Vice Premier Wang Yang pointed out that, “as world’s two largest economies, a good cooperation between US and China will not only benefit the corporations and people of the two countries, but also benefit the welfare of the world. Cooperation is the only correct option for the two.” As President Trump finishes his first China visit, let us see what the next step and the long-term economic relationship will be.

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Keynote:  US - China Energy and Environment Cooperation

We are entering the last year of “the Ten-Year Framework for Energy and Environment Cooperation”. Reviewing the past ten years, US and China have been profoundly fruitful in their cooperation in energy and environment under this framework, especially for their achievement in energy efficiency and vehicle electrification. Today, we come together to revisit the success of this cooperation, and envision the new challenges and opportunities for the cooperation in the next decade.

Speaker2

Session 1: Global Vision – Mobility in Transition

To fulfill “Paris Agreement”, France, Germany, Norway, Netherland, U.K., and India have all proposed plans to ban sales of new gasoline and diesel cars in recent future. The EV markets in US and China are also burgeoning. The emergence of new car companies advances the competition of vehicle electrification; the rise and fall of oil price also influences the reform of auto industry; fast development of battery technology and the tightening emission standards are revolutionizing people in mobility; the rise of autonomous vehicle and sharing economy are turning future cars into “computer on the wheels”. The internal combustion engine has shaped our modern life, but it is also reaching the end of its life. Therefore, a global vision will bring the EV market a more organic development and prosperity. But, as the Economist reminds, it will be a bumpy road and please buckle up.

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Session 2: National Ambitions in EV – Road to Zero Emission

2017, China has already become the leader of global EV and battery market. China’s gross EV sales in 2017 will reach 750,000, almost half of EV sales worldwide. The markets for passenger cars and commercial cars are both growing. Besides domestic car brands, world leading automakers also setup joint-ventures in China. Recent joint-ventures like Volkswagen-JAC, Ford-Zotye, Renault-Nissan with Dongfeng, and Daimler’s strategic cooperation with BJEV mark a meaningful step. In the US, GM and Tesla have also launched their champion models, aiming to broaden market-share. It is a competition within the EV industry, but also a battle between the traditional and emerging. In 2017, the shipment of China’s power battery takes up ~70% of the global market, but problems like technology paths, production capacity, product quality and safety, and the future development all concern the market. With improving policies and technology upgrade of the entire industry chain for car, battery, vehicle electronics and infrastructures, the future development of the EV industry will be spectacular.

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Session 3: Diverse Development – Energy Storage as a Service

The fast expansion of global EV market has given rise to large scale of technology innovation and the scale-up of power battery industry. While the development of battery recycling and gradient utilization will lower the cost of battery storage, we should still map out plans for solution to the problems it brings. The introduction and promotion of battery storage system, the integration of storage system with solar and wind power, the rise of micro-grid and smart distributed energy system, and the promotion of hybrid wind and solar self-generation model, on the one hand bringing a more diverse development, but on the other fostering a changing relationship with utility companies. This will facilitate the transition of entire upstream and downstream of the new energy industry. When the PV industry is looking for new opportunities for growth, the integration of solar PV and energy storage model points out the potential market. However, as incentives are limited and decreasing, what the energy storage industry will be in the future?

Speaker5

 


2017 US - China New Energy Economy Forum Agenda

Nov. 17th – Morning

7:30am

Registration Opens

7:30am

Continental Breakfast

9:00am

Opening Remarks

9:30am

Keynote:The Future of US - China Energy and Economic Cooperation

10:45am

Coffee Break

11:00am

Session 1: Global Vision – Mobility in Transition

12:00pm

Panel Discussion 1

1:00pm

Corporate Session

1:10pm

Lunch

Nov. 17th – Afternoon

3:00pm

Session 2: National Ambitions in EV – Road to Zero Emission

4:20pm

Panel Discussion 2

5:20pm

Corporate Session

5:30pm

Networking Reception

6:15pm

Dinner Reception Opening Remarks

6:30pm

Dinner

Nov. 18th – Morning

7:30am

Continental Breakfast

9:15am

Opening Introduction

9:30am

Keynote: US - China Energy and Environment Cooperation

10:45am

Session 3: Diverse Development – Energy Storage as a Service

12:00pm

Panel Discussion 3

1:00pm

Closing Remarks

1:10pm

Corporate Sessions and Talents Networking

  


Delegations:

  • Beijing Automotive industry Holding Co., Ltd. 
  • Beijing Electric Vehicle Co., Ltd.
  • China Automotive Technology & Research Center
  • Hefei Guoxuan High-Tech Power Energy Co. Ltd.



Past Event

2016 US – China New Energy Economy Forum, San Francisco, California

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Hosts

        Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA) has more than 20,000 alumni around 160 countries, including state head, business executives, diplomats, congressmen, and members of the cabinets. SIPA’s Center on Global Energy Policy focuses on the most urgent energy issues around the world, and provides independent, unbiased, data-driven analysis to help policymakers navigate the complex world of energy.The Fu Foundation School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) was established in 1864 as the country’s third engineering school. The current SEAS faculty includes 27 members of the National Academy of Engineering and one Nobel Laureate in a faculty size of 173, with 10 Nobel Laureates among all its faculty and alumni. It is known for the depth and width of its education, and cutting-edge interdisciplinary researches. It maintains a close research tie with NASA, IBM, MIT, etc.
         
         
             

BAIC BJEV was founded in 2009 and based in the BluePark of Beijing. It is held by BAIC group, a Fortune 200 company. In 2016, its annual sales reached 52,187, representing a year-on-year increase of 159% and continued to be the top EV company for 4 years. In 2017, it plans to sell 170,000 EVs. Currently, BJEV has 5 series of products: EH, ES, EU, EX, EC; covering A00 to B level vehicles. It strives to build up a world class technology innovation hub and to be a global leading EV company. By 2020, it aims to be the No.1 EV company in China and the No.3 in the whole world.

         
       
                 Gotion, founded in 2014, is headquartered in the Silicon Valley of California with sites in Ohio, China, Japan, and Europe. It is a fast-growing company that aims to innovate in the electric vehicle technology (lithium batteries and related systems) with the goal of accelerating electrified transportation and achieving sustainable development. Gotion is powered by Guoxuan High-Tech, a global leading power battery technology company that supplies batteries for vehicles including the world’s first mass commercial e-bus line. It operates 6 global research parks and 7 factories, and expects to reach production capacity of 30GWh by 2020.
Have questions about 2017 US-China New Energy Economy Forum? Contact Gotion Inc.

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Hyatt Regency Santa Clara
5101 Great America Parkway
Santa Clara, CA 95054

Friday, November 17, 2017 at 7:30 AM - Saturday, November 18, 2017 at 1:30 PM (PST)


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Gotion Inc.

Gotion Inc. is based in the Silicon Valley of California. It is a fast growing company that aims to innovate in the electric vehicle technology (lithium batteries and related systems) with the goal of accelerating electrified transportation worldwide and realizing sustainable development. Gotion is a subsidiary of Guoxuan High-Tech Co., Ltd, China’s leading power battery technology company that supplies batteries for vehicles including the world's first mass pure-electric bus line. Guoxuan operates five global research centers and eight factories. 

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