Chinese/Japanese governments to support CEC-CHAdeMO collaboration

Both Chinese and Japanese government leaders commit to provide support to the joint development of next-gen ultra-fast charging standard by CEC and CHAdeMO and its roll-out to 3rd countries

On October 26th, CHAdeMO participated, together with China Electricity Council (CEC), in the Japan-China Forum on Third Country Business Cooperation held in at the Great Hall of the People (rén mín dà huì táng) at Tiananmen Square in Beijing.

The CHAdeMO-CEC collaboration was mentioned as one of the best practices of the bilateral collaboration in the plenary, in front of over 1,000 government officials and business leaders from both countries, and with the presence of Chinese and Japanese Prime Ministers Li Keqiang and Shinzo Abe.

CHAdeMO’s Representative Board Member, Takafumi Anegawa presented a high-level overview and the objectives of the Agreement between CHAdeMO and CEC, which was incorporated in the official framework of Business Cooperation in Third Countries between the two countries.

With strong support from both governments, further acceleration of this joint activity and roll-out of its outcome to third countries are expected.

From top left, clockwise, flags at the venue, Shinzo Abe, Li Keqiang, Takafumi Anegawa, the Great Hall of the People

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