“We invite EV enthusiasts and the general public to come and see what the Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit 2019 has to offer–the future of automotive technology. We are sure that our EV displays and talks from various EV experts will be both educational and enlightening for all involved,” said Araga.
The Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (EVAP), the main voice of the electric vehicle industry in the country, is ready for this year's Philippine Electric Vehicle Summit (PEVS). Themed 'Modernizing the Transport Landscape: Driving Sustainable Growth', the PEVS is slated from July 17 to 18, 2019 at the SMX Convention Center at the SM Mall Of Asia Complex in Pasay City.
eVAP participates in Vietnam Electric Vehicle Forum
eVAP participates in Vietnam Electric Vehicle Forum @Hanoi University of Science and Technology, March 29,2019. Forum focus on future trends of Green Vehicles, Status of EV around the world. With the AFEVA members
Visit of the Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (eVAP) to Beijing last 19-22 February 2019
PTIC Beijing - Post recently coordinated the visit of the Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (eVAP) to Beijing last 19-22 February 2019, to promote strategic engagements for the development of the e-vehicle industry in the Philippines.
EVAP Hopeful TRAIN Law will Pave Way for Affordable Electric Vehicles
Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines (EVAP) President and spokesperson Rommel T. Juan is hopeful that with the recently-enacted Tax Reform for Acceleration and Inclusion (TRAIN) Law exempting electric vehicles from the excise tax--due in part to EV stakeholders' representation with Congress--it would pave the way not only for more affordable EV models but in increased investments in supporting infrastructure which will help sustain the momentum for electric mobility.
EVAP conducts training for e-jeep and e-trike drivers
Some 126 drivers of electric jeepneys and tricycles in and around Barangay Ayala Alabang attended a hands-on training on driving and maintaining EJeepneys and ETrikes last May 23, 2018. The EV Drivers’ Advance Training was conducted by the Electric Vehicle Association of the Philippines and the Jaime V. Ongpin Foundation, Inc. to help prepare the barangay and its drivers for the PUV Modernization Program of the government.
For electricity to flow, connections are needed. No wonder the local electric vehicle or EV industry is looking for more connections – in this case, partnerships – to “electrify” public and private transport in the country.
Modern jeepneys to ply in Metro Manila routes starting June
After the launch of modern jeepneys in some provinces, 20 modern jeepney units are set to ply various routes around Metro Manila in June as part of the public utility vehicle (PUV) modernization program being pushed by the Department of Transportation (DOTr)