The British Embassy in Thailand organizes the EV 100 Roadshow seminar, showing the British electric vehicle technology and organizing a workshop on the UK-Thailand Smart City, the city stepping into the 26th COP
Mr. Wiwat Mahapholsirikul, Deputy Governor of Chonburi Province, along with Mr. Ronakit Ekasingha, Vice President of Pattaya City, Mr. Richard Porter, Commercial Advisor British Embassy in Thailand And Asst. Prof. Dr. Uthane Supatti, Deputy Dean for Research and Innovation Faculty of Engineering at Sriracha and Vice President for Academic Affairs, Thai Electric Vehicle Association, participated in the opening of the EV 100 Roadshow and the UK-Thailand Smart City Workshop at Siam Bayshore Hotel, Pattaya, Chonburi Province among the honored guests and the media.
For the EV 100 Roadshow and the UK-Thailand Smart City workshop, it is organized to expand cooperation and build a smart city alliance between the UK and Thailand. As well as introducing books “Smart City Guide”, which the Embassy in collaboration with the Ministry of Digital Economy and Society And the Digital Economy Promotion Agency Created to present an overview of smart city development in Thailand. This includes case studies and UK smart city development expertise that may benefit Thailand. As well as pushing for low-carbon electric vehicles campaign Together with the creation of smart cities that will help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. Which is the cause of climate change Therefore need to develop a city in harmony and for the first time ever, the EV100 campaign has been launched as part of our goal of zero carbon emissions. It aims to promote cooperation with the private sector to drive policies on electric vehicles in both automotive and infrastructures.
In addition, the embassy has collaborated with leading companies. To bring electric vehicle technology from the UK To show for the exhibitors to see e.g., Jaguar cars Premium electric SUVs, electric motorbikes and the application for calling taxi-motorbikes that aim to be 100% electric-driven in the future, including the classic blue taxi from Asia CABB, a concept car. “London Taxi” and finally the integration of lightweight flexible solar technology for Tuk Tuk. From the Thai Electric Vehicle Association For those interested in learning more information, the manual can be downloaded at https://eu.eventscloud.com/ehome/index.php? eventid = 200216484 &