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Smart City, Smart Mobility Conference 2019

INNOVATIONS

 

Following the success of the inaugural Future Electric Vehicle Leaders Circle in May 2018, Hotel ICON together with Charged Hong Kong are thrilled to be organising the Smart City, Smart Mobility Conference- expanding the discussion to cover a key topic in an ever more dynamic world.

The upcoming Smart City, Smart Mobility Conference 2019 will be held in the morning on Tuesday, 21st May 2019, at Hotel ICON.

Hotel ICON aims to organise an event to provide stakeholders, as well as the general public with a local platform to engage with this topic, and to further explore technology and best practices for turning a smart city plan into reality. The Conference will be focusing on smart mobility or transportation, an area that has seen some of the greatest transformations in recent years.

Building on the success of previous events over the past seven years, Hotel ICON, a thought leader in hospitality innovation once again presents an ideal platform for industry networking, sharing tips and advice, gaining knowledge and skills and learning about the latest technologies and solutions related to Smart City, Smart Mobility.

 

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Smart City, Smart Mobility Conference 2019

Tuesday, 21st May 2019

 

08:30 – 09:00

Registration

09:00 – 09:10

Welcome Speech: Mark Webb-Johnson, Chairman, Charged Hong Kong

09:10 – 09:45

Speech: Sustainable and accessible societies - urban mobility in Sweden

Helena Storm, Consul General of Sweden in Hong Kong and Macau

Magnus Carnwall, Counsellor for Energy Affairs, Embassy of Sweden in Beijing

09:45 – 10:15

Speech: The Sustainable Smart City Case Study

Mark van Kerkhof, managing consultant Energy and Climate of APPM

10:15 – 10:25

Q&A

10:25 – 11.00

Panel Discussion: Unleashing the Potential of Smart Mobility in Hong Kong

Panelists:

Edmond Chan, Senior Systems Engineering Manager of Technical Services, CLP Power Hong Kong

Hon. Kenneth Leung, LegCo

Professor Kevin Tsui, Associate Professor, Clemson University

Isabel Fan, Regional Director of Tesla

11.00 – 11:10

Q&A

11:10 – 11:25

Coffee Break

11:25 – 11.45

Speech: Research Innovation in  Smart Cities

Professor John Shi, Head of Department of Land Surveying and Geo-Informatics and Director of Laboratory for Smart City and Spatial Big Data Analytics, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University

11:45 – 11:55

Q&A

11:55 – 12:30

Panel Discussion: Smart Charging Infrastructure

Solution and Implementation, Smart Elements of Charging Infrastructure

Panelists:

Julian de Jonquieres, Sr. Manager, Business Development, Supercharger, Tesla

Cliff Wu, General Manager, Hong Kong EV Power Ltd

Paul Bromley, Managing Director, Phoenix Business Consulting

12:30 – 12:40

Q&A

12:40 – 14:00

Lunch and Networking

 

Mark Webb-Johnson

Co-founder and Chairman
Charged Hong Kong

 

Mark Webb-Johnson is the co-founder and chairman of Charged Hong Kong, a local charity supporting the adoption of plug-in electric vehicles. Born in Hong Kong, he passionately advocates for improvements in our Air Quality, environment and quality of life. Having driven EVs here for more than seven years, Mark has witnessed the growth of the industry, and believes that we’ve reached a tipping point for EV adoption. Helped by Government support, as well as manufacturers such as Tesla, BMW, Nissan, Renault, and others, Hong Kong has started on the road to mass adoption of plug in electric vehicles.

Charged Hong Kong is here to help support and accelerate that process, so that residents of Hong Kong can enjoy the accompanying improvements to our air quality and environment.

 

Edmond Chan

Senior Systems Engineering Manager
CLP Power Hong Kong Limited

 

Mr. Edmond Chan has joined CLP Power Hong Kong Ltd. since 1996 and has experience on several disciplines including Electrical Commissioning, Electrical Maintenance, Electrical Testing, Electrical Workshop Services, Smart Grid, Power Quality and Electric Mobility.

He is currently the Senior Systems Engineering Manager and leads the Power Quality and Electric Mobility Team in CLP Power. He is responsible in providing various power quality services to customers, and the development & deployment of electric vehicle charging infrastructure for public use.

Project highlights include the launch of the first electric vehicle DC quick charger and the first multi-standard quick charger for the Hong Kong market. The CLP Power charging network now has 161 chargers which included 134 semi-quick and 27 DC quick chargers.

Kevin Tsui

Associate Professor, John E. Walker Department of Economics
Clemson University

 

Kevin Tsui received his PhD in Economics from the University of Chicago.  His research interests are Public Economics and Regulation, Industrial Organization, International Political Economy, Natural Resource and Environmental Economics.

He was a visiting fellow of the Hong Kong Institute for Monetary Research. Recently, Tsui has awarded the Lone Mountain Fellowship from the Property and Environmental Research Center for his research on the resource curse, and the Krutilla Fellowship from the Resource for the Future for his research on the economics of climate change.

He was invited to give a talk in the Petroleum: Prospects & Politics conference held in the University of Chicago. Recently, he has also been invited to give speeches in the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and the British Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong regarding the economic and environmental implications of fuel mix policy in the Hong Kong electricity sector. Tsui is also a regular columnist for the Hong Kong Economic Journal, am730, and Apple Daily.

Isabel Fan

Regional Director
Tesla

 

Ms. Isabel Fan is focused on driving Tesla’s business growth in Hong Kong and Macau. By promoting greater adoption of all-electric vehicles and sustainable energy generation, she aims to create a better living environment towards a zero-emission future.

With the career of corporate management and sales operation in major corporations in the U.S. and Asia Pacific over the past 30 years, Isabel spent almost 20 years working for Apple Inc. in Asia Pacific with extensive experience in channel retail development and enterprise and education market development. She has strong expertise in strategic planning, partnership management, sales operations with an emphasis on improving efficiency and productivity to drive results.

Isabel has devoted her passion in technology and how it works to enhance people's life.

Julian de Jonquieres

Sr. Manager, Business Development, Supercharger
Tesla

 

Julian de Jonquieres is the Charging Manager - APAC for Tesla, the Silicon Valley based electric vehicle manufacturer. His team is responsible for building partnerships with companies, organisations and utilities to expand Tesla's charging infrastructure and make the ownership of electric vehicles as convenient as possible for Tesla owners. 

Julian has worked across Asia for 12 years in China, Singapore and Hong Kong. He previously worked with Apple developing their education market and was part of the original team who rolled out the Apple Retail Stores in Hong Kong.

 

Paul Bromley

Managing Director
Phoenix Business Consulting

 

A passionate advocate of electro mobility with over 30 years automotive industry experience, Paul has strong views on the way forward for clean zero emissions transport. Now working as an independent consultant, Paul has focused on facilitating introduction of e-vehicles within a variety of markets including Hong Kong, SE Asia and Europe.

As a Chartered Engineer with a degree in Automotive Engineering, previous employment has been with global companies such as Bedford, Goodyear, Leyland Trucks, GDEV as well as Alexander Dennis and its predecessor companies. Experience has included a variety of senior management roles such as New Product Introduction, Test & Development and Head of Engineering and he has personally conceived, championed and overseen the successful launch of many ground-breaking products such as the Dennis Dart, Rapier Fire Truck, Trident double deck & Enviro500Hybrid buses.

Helena Storm

Consul General of Sweden to Hong Kong and Macau

 

From 2011 until taking up her current position in September 2015, Consul General Helena Storm was Chief of Staff for the Minister for Foreign Trade.

From 2007 to 2011 Ms. Storm was posted as first secretary at the Embassy of Sweden to Turkey. Furthermore, she has worked for the Nordic-Baltic Task Force against trafficking in human beings and in the departments responsible for International Trade and International Development Cooperation.

Helena Storm graduated from Uppsala University in Sweden with a Master of Laws and from the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris in France with a Master of Political Science. She is also graduated from the University of Ankara in Turkish language. She is married and has three children.

Magnus Carnwall

Counsellor for Energy Affairs
Embassy of Sweden in Beijing

 

Mr. Magnus Carnwall was appointed the Counsellor for Energy Affairs at the Embassy of Sweden in Beijing in mid-2018. Before he was an International Affairs Manager at the Swedish Energy Agency, a national government agency supporting commercialization and growth of energy related cleantech. The Agency also fund research for new and renewable energy technologies, smart grids, smart cities, vehicles and transport fuels of the future. The mission for the Swedish Energy Agency is to promote a sustainable energy system, working for a smarter use of energy. This is also the overarching aim of Mr. Carnwall’ s work in China, facilitating business opportunities between Chinese and Swedish stakeholders. Before moving to Beijing, Mr. Carnwall held the position as a Swedish delegate in the High-Level Steering Group of the European Strategic Energy Technology Plan and as a Swedish delegate to the International Energy Agency (IEA), in the Renewable Energy Working Party.

 

Hon. Kenneth Leung

Member of the Legislative Council

 

Kenneth Leung is a member of the Legislative Council representing the accountancy functional constituency since 2012.

He has been a member of the Panel on Environmental Affairs since 2012.  He has chaired committees to scrutinize bills and subsidiary legislation related to various environmental issues including air quality, fuel mix, waste charging and green finance. Kenneth is an advocate of the use of clean energy and clean transportation.  He is also deputy chairmen of the public accounts committee, financial affairs committee and committee on rules of procedures.

 

 

Cliff Wu

General Manager
Hong Kong EV Power Ltd

 

With over 9 years of extensive experience in engineering project management of electrical systems, telecommunication and broadcasting network infrastructure in a territory-wide scale, Cliff has been contributing substantially in formulating diversified electric vehicle (“EV”) charging solutions as well as developing the one-stop EV charging service platform ("E-Charge"). Under his leadership, his team has completed plenty of remarkable EV charging projects in the past few years and been working closely with governments, airports, power utilities, land developers, automakers and dealerships, (e.g. BMW, Porsche, Volkswagen, Tesla, BYD, Merecedes-Benz, Jaguar Land Rover, Audi, Volvo, Renault, Nissan, Hyundai, Kia, DFSK, etc.).

Cliff is a committee member of the Advisory Group for Transport & Logistics under the Business Environment Council (“BEC”) and also a committee member of the Electric Vehicles Promotion and Charging Infrastructure Committee of the Hong Kong E-Vehicles Business General Association (“HKEVA”).

 

 

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