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Philippine Electric vehicle Market opens soon Chinese Power Battery Enterprises are respected

Translation 08:11:50AM Jul 22, 2019 Source:Battery China Network
The content below was translated by Tencent automatically for reference.

SMM News: on July 18, at the invitation of the Philippine Silk Road International Chamber of Commerce (PSRICC), Zhang Yu, secretary general of the Power Battery Application Branch of the China Chemical and physical Power Industry Association, led a business and investment delegation to the Chinese power battery industry to visit PSRICC, for in-depth exchanges on promoting investment cooperation in the power battery and raw material industries between China and the Philippines.

Cai Congmiao, chairman of the PSRICC, briefed the Chinese delegation on PSRICC's work in promoting the development of other countries in the Philippines over the past three years under the initiative of "Belt and Road Initiative." The data show that the Philippine gold reserves are the third in the world, the copper reserves are the fourth in the world, the nickel reserves are the fifth in the world, and the chromium reserves are the sixth in the world. Cai Congmiao said that the nickel mine is an important raw material for the production of batteries, the Philippine nickel mine is easy to export to China, and Chinese enterprises can cooperate with Philippine nickel mining enterprises. He also revealed that there are still broad prospects for cooperation between Chinese enterprises and the Philippines, and the Philippine government welcomes investment from China.

"this visit is a concrete action of the Power Battery Application Branch of the China Chemical and physical Power Industry Association and the Chinese power battery industry to implement the" Belt and Road Initiative "initiative put forward by the Chinese government." At the exchange meeting, Zhang Yu said: "through this inspection visit, we will further deepen exchanges and cooperation between the new energy vehicle industries of China and the Philippines, promote technological and market cooperation between enterprises in the power battery industry chain between China and the Philippines to be pragmatic, and achieve the goal of complementary advantages, technical support, and win-win results for both sides."

On the same day, the Chinese delegation also visited the Economic and Commercial Counsellor's Office of the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines. Counsellor Jiang Jianjun briefed the delegation on the local economy, market, resources, politics and culture of the Philippines, which enabled the delegation to have a deep understanding of the local market environment and potential of the Philippines. It provides a very useful information reference for the members of the delegation to invest in the Philippines.

At the invitation of the Philippine Embassy in China, the Philippine Trade and Industry Bureau, and the Philippine Electric vehicle Association, the Chinese delegation also visited the Philippine Department of Energy and the Department of Industry and Commerce from 16 to 19 July and attended the 7th Philippine International Summit on Electric vehicles.

On July 17, at the invitation of the Philippine Electric vehicle Association, the Chinese delegation attended the Seventh International Summit on Electric vehicles in the Philippines. At the summit, Zhang Yu delivered a keynote speech on the trend analysis of the development of the global new energy vehicle industry, with emphasis on China's new energy vehicle market. Mr. Mark de Leon, Deputy Minister of Transportation of the Philippines, revealed to the Chinese delegation that the Philippine Government will include locally produced electric vehicles in the list of government procurement.

Just a day before attending the Philippine Electric vehicle International Summit, the Chinese delegation was invited to visit the Philippine Department of Energy and held talks with Mario Marasigan, Director of the Power Industry Administration of the Department of Energy, Jesus Anunciation, Deputy Director of the Energy use Administration, and other officials. The two sides had in-depth exchanges on the demand and policy developments for new energy hotspots for electric vehicles and power system energy storage in the Philippines.

During this period, Zhang Yu briefed relevant leaders, experts and enterprise representatives of the Philippine Department of Energy on the policies in the development of China's new energy vehicle and power battery industry, and shared with the Philippines China's practical experience in the development of the new energy vehicle industry.

The Philippine delegation briefed the Chinese delegation on several new energy projects currently being carried out by the Philippine government and the support policies for the electric vehicle industry, and held in-depth discussions with the Chinese delegation on relevant issues. The representative of the Philippine side said that on the basis of previous in-depth exchanges, he hoped to carry out more cooperative development projects with the Chinese side and join hands to carry out in-depth exploration in the fields of energy storage and electric vehicles, so as to jointly promote the development of the Philippine electric vehicle and energy storage system industry.

In just a few days, the Chinese delegation was invited to visit the relevant organizations of the Philippine government, trade associations and some enterprises one after another. It was warmly received by the Philippine side and highly appreciated the experience sharing of the Chinese delegation from all walks of life on the Philippine side. At the same time, in the course of this inspection, the member enterprises of the Chinese delegation not only have an in-depth understanding of the Philippine market situation and investment environment, but also have obtained a number of orders and project cooperation agreements, which will play a positive role in promoting the export of Chinese-made products and technology to overseas markets and serving the development of the global new energy vehicle and power battery industry.

Liu Fei, senior consultant of the Power Battery Application Branch of the China Chemical and physical Power Industry Association, representatives of well-known Chinese battery enterprises, such as Haisida Power supply Co., Ltd., Tianjin New Energy Technology Co., Ltd., and far East Foster New Energy Co., Ltd., participated in the inspection.

As an active promoter of new energy vehicle industry, China has become the largest producer and seller of new energy vehicles in the world. After years of development, China has accumulated rich experience and core technology in the fields of new energy vehicles, power batteries and so on. The development model of China's new energy automobile industry has also attracted wide attention from other countries. The delegation was also invited by the Philippine government and the business community, and the power battery application branch organized a joint visit by well-known domestic enterprises to the Philippines for another pragmatic action. The power battery application branch will not forget the original ideal and ambition, build a good communication and cooperation platform for the development of power battery industry at home and abroad, and promote the development of new energy vehicles and power battery industry in China and even the whole world.

Philippine Electric vehicle Market opens soon Chinese Power Battery Enterprises are respected

Translation 08:11:50AM Jul 22, 2019 Source:Battery China Network
The content below was translated by Tencent automatically for reference.

SMM News: on July 18, at the invitation of the Philippine Silk Road International Chamber of Commerce (PSRICC), Zhang Yu, secretary general of the Power Battery Application Branch of the China Chemical and physical Power Industry Association, led a business and investment delegation to the Chinese power battery industry to visit PSRICC, for in-depth exchanges on promoting investment cooperation in the power battery and raw material industries between China and the Philippines.

Cai Congmiao, chairman of the PSRICC, briefed the Chinese delegation on PSRICC's work in promoting the development of other countries in the Philippines over the past three years under the initiative of "Belt and Road Initiative." The data show that the Philippine gold reserves are the third in the world, the copper reserves are the fourth in the world, the nickel reserves are the fifth in the world, and the chromium reserves are the sixth in the world. Cai Congmiao said that the nickel mine is an important raw material for the production of batteries, the Philippine nickel mine is easy to export to China, and Chinese enterprises can cooperate with Philippine nickel mining enterprises. He also revealed that there are still broad prospects for cooperation between Chinese enterprises and the Philippines, and the Philippine government welcomes investment from China.

"this visit is a concrete action of the Power Battery Application Branch of the China Chemical and physical Power Industry Association and the Chinese power battery industry to implement the" Belt and Road Initiative "initiative put forward by the Chinese government." At the exchange meeting, Zhang Yu said: "through this inspection visit, we will further deepen exchanges and cooperation between the new energy vehicle industries of China and the Philippines, promote technological and market cooperation between enterprises in the power battery industry chain between China and the Philippines to be pragmatic, and achieve the goal of complementary advantages, technical support, and win-win results for both sides."

On the same day, the Chinese delegation also visited the Economic and Commercial Counsellor's Office of the Chinese Embassy in the Philippines. Counsellor Jiang Jianjun briefed the delegation on the local economy, market, resources, politics and culture of the Philippines, which enabled the delegation to have a deep understanding of the local market environment and potential of the Philippines. It provides a very useful information reference for the members of the delegation to invest in the Philippines.

At the invitation of the Philippine Embassy in China, the Philippine Trade and Industry Bureau, and the Philippine Electric vehicle Association, the Chinese delegation also visited the Philippine Department of Energy and the Department of Industry and Commerce from 16 to 19 July and attended the 7th Philippine International Summit on Electric vehicles.

On July 17, at the invitation of the Philippine Electric vehicle Association, the Chinese delegation attended the Seventh International Summit on Electric vehicles in the Philippines. At the summit, Zhang Yu delivered a keynote speech on the trend analysis of the development of the global new energy vehicle industry, with emphasis on China's new energy vehicle market. Mr. Mark de Leon, Deputy Minister of Transportation of the Philippines, revealed to the Chinese delegation that the Philippine Government will include locally produced electric vehicles in the list of government procurement.

Just a day before attending the Philippine Electric vehicle International Summit, the Chinese delegation was invited to visit the Philippine Department of Energy and held talks with Mario Marasigan, Director of the Power Industry Administration of the Department of Energy, Jesus Anunciation, Deputy Director of the Energy use Administration, and other officials. The two sides had in-depth exchanges on the demand and policy developments for new energy hotspots for electric vehicles and power system energy storage in the Philippines.

During this period, Zhang Yu briefed relevant leaders, experts and enterprise representatives of the Philippine Department of Energy on the policies in the development of China's new energy vehicle and power battery industry, and shared with the Philippines China's practical experience in the development of the new energy vehicle industry.

The Philippine delegation briefed the Chinese delegation on several new energy projects currently being carried out by the Philippine government and the support policies for the electric vehicle industry, and held in-depth discussions with the Chinese delegation on relevant issues. The representative of the Philippine side said that on the basis of previous in-depth exchanges, he hoped to carry out more cooperative development projects with the Chinese side and join hands to carry out in-depth exploration in the fields of energy storage and electric vehicles, so as to jointly promote the development of the Philippine electric vehicle and energy storage system industry.

In just a few days, the Chinese delegation was invited to visit the relevant organizations of the Philippine government, trade associations and some enterprises one after another. It was warmly received by the Philippine side and highly appreciated the experience sharing of the Chinese delegation from all walks of life on the Philippine side. At the same time, in the course of this inspection, the member enterprises of the Chinese delegation not only have an in-depth understanding of the Philippine market situation and investment environment, but also have obtained a number of orders and project cooperation agreements, which will play a positive role in promoting the export of Chinese-made products and technology to overseas markets and serving the development of the global new energy vehicle and power battery industry.

Liu Fei, senior consultant of the Power Battery Application Branch of the China Chemical and physical Power Industry Association, representatives of well-known Chinese battery enterprises, such as Haisida Power supply Co., Ltd., Tianjin New Energy Technology Co., Ltd., and far East Foster New Energy Co., Ltd., participated in the inspection.

As an active promoter of new energy vehicle industry, China has become the largest producer and seller of new energy vehicles in the world. After years of development, China has accumulated rich experience and core technology in the fields of new energy vehicles, power batteries and so on. The development model of China's new energy automobile industry has also attracted wide attention from other countries. The delegation was also invited by the Philippine government and the business community, and the power battery application branch organized a joint visit by well-known domestic enterprises to the Philippines for another pragmatic action. The power battery application branch will not forget the original ideal and ambition, build a good communication and cooperation platform for the development of power battery industry at home and abroad, and promote the development of new energy vehicles and power battery industry in China and even the whole world.