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LEVs (light electric vehicles) will be a big theme at Nangang hall this year. And the rest of the country too. Responding to the global trend for green energy and the electric vehicles, the Taiwan government has carried out substantial LEV subsidiary programs to speed up the development of its LEV industry and lithium battery technology.

Taipei Cycle Big Theme: E-Bikes

TAIPEI, Taiwan – LEVs (light electric vehicles) will be a big theme at Nangang hall this year. And the rest of the country too. Responding to the global trend for green energy and the electric vehicles, the Taiwan government has carried out substantial LEV subsidiary programs to speed up the development of its LEV industry and lithium battery technology.

Check out Conference Room 404 at Nangang Hall for new product launches throughout the show. Other notable events include a wide variety of seminars covering bicycle trends, lithium battery manufacture and safety, extreme performance, and the LEV testing area at the Nangang Exhibition Hall, Cargo Ramp (4F).
 
This year´s LEV Conference will be held at the Great Roots Forestry Spa Resort, located close to Taipei City, Taiwan on March 14-15. Accommodation is available in the same resort and the Taipei Cycle Show takes place immediately after the LEV Conference. Organizers are offering participants a free shuttle bus directly to the fair ground. The program for the conference includes a number of sessions concerning the impact of e-bikes on LEV transportation and infrastructure they require.
 
Following hot on the heels of the LEV conference, the 2011 Taipei Power Forum (2011 TPF) will be held from March 17 to 19, at Room 401 of Taipei World Trade Nangang Exhibition Hall. On March 17, the program will focus on LEV global market, products, technology and operation management.
 
On March 18 and 19, the program will include power lithium battery technology, LEV and EV system needs, materials technology, testing and standards. Local and international professionals such as Edward Benjamin chairman of LEVA/USA and Naveen Munjal of Hero Electric India will be sharing global marketing information, new technology and regulations knowledge.
 
Status reports for all the major Li-Ion battery producing countries will also be presented. In order to meet the needs of international buyers and to build smooth communication platform, 2011 TPF simultaneous translation in English and Chinese will be provided.

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