Now that NAP 2014 has officiated the Energy Efficient Vehicle (EEV) policy, there isn’t a better time for the region’s foremost Eco, EEV and future mobility conference to take place.

That’s right, Koelnmesse Pte Ltd is bringing back E-Mobilia World to KL this April for a repeat performance, and it promises to be more relevant than ever.

The event will see leading players from the world’s automotive, technology, and government sectors come together to discuss key issues in the areas of sustainable mobility development, business strategy, implementation and adoption throughout the ecosystem.


Expect strategic insights on how to fully exploit the markets in ASEAN, one of the fastest growing regions in the world.

Notable speakers this year include BMW Group China R&D head Dr Rene Wies, Mazda Motor Corp executive officer and technical research centre and powertrain development head Mitsuo Hitomi, Mitsubishi Motors Corp EV business office corporate GM Tohru Hashimoto, Bosch Software Innovations Asia Pacific MD Thomas Jakob, Office for Low Emission Vehicles (UK) infrastructure delivery head Dr Eamonn Beirne, and more.

This year’s agenda features over 14 case study-based and value-led sessions that cover topics like low-emission vehicle technology, consumer trends, urban transport, autonomous vehicles and the approaches to support growth and acceptance.


Experts will engage in thought provoking discussions on the approaches to help your organisation benefit from and position itself at the forefront of the Eco and EEV industry.

Koelnmesse Pte Ltd has developed the conference with key authorities and players throughout the region and also in collaboration with the Malaysia Automotive Institute. E-Mobilia World 2014 will take place from April 8-9 at the Grand Millennium KL hotel. Download the conference brochure.

Over 200 senior-level participants from Malaysia and throughout the region are expected. Visit www.e-mobiliaworld.com to learn more. If you are involved in the automotive industry this is one conference you simply cannot afford to miss. Contact Prakash Ramajillu at j.prakash@koelnmesse.com.sg to register now!