Bill Russo to Speak at Credit Suisse APAC ESG Conference - Automobility
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Bill Russo to Speak at Credit Suisse APAC ESG Conference

11:00 – 12:00 CST  Oct 20, 2021

Panel Session | The future of mobility:  who will win in the race to electrify transport?

Innovation in new mobility technologies has grown exponentially over the last decade, so much so that we now have a range of new energy cars: battery electric vehicles, plug-in hybrid electric vehicles, hybrid electric vehicles, and fuel cell electric vehicles. We also have new energy commercial vehicles, buses, two/three-wheeled vehicles, all with potential applications of autonomous driving and shared mobility. This panel of leading experts on the EV megatrend will discuss the future of electrification, emerging technologies and the driver of success across the new value chain. FInally, we look beyond OEMs to understand how providers of connected hardware and software are playing a role in the transformation in the automotive market.

Discussion with:

  • Annie Liu, Non-Executive Director, Vulcan Energy and ex Head of Battery and Energy Supply Chains, Tesla
  • Bill Russo, Founder and CEO, Automobility Ltd
  • Hoonsik Min, Battery Sector Analyst, Credit Suisse

Moderator: Bin Wang, Head of China Autos Research, Credit  Suisse


The Asia-Pacific region generates more than half of global emissions and is forecast to be responsible for circa 80% of incremental energy demand up to 2050. What happens in this region therefore is going to be pivotal to the next stage of global sustainability and our chances of mitigating the more extreme impacts of climate change.  The transition to a low carbon economy also provides unparalleled growth and investment opportunities for the region, on both the demand and supply side of the transition.

Simultaneously, COVID-19 has also accelerated the transition in so many other critical trends in the sustainability spectrum, sparking reformist zeal not only in government policies in critical markets like China but also a universal drive to abolish exploitive global human rights abuses such as modern slavery. This COVID-19 driven acceleration has also amplified market and investment opportunities in key areas industries as healthcare, wellbeing and food and nutrition.

Join our experts and global thought leaders as they discuss the key trends shaping the next horizon for ESG in Asia Pacific

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