Have you got a solution for clean sustainable transportation in Asia? Would you like to present your idea to a conference of more than 800 high-level government officials and investors?
The USAID-funded Private Financing Advisory Network – Asia, part of Climate Technology Initiative (http://cti-pfan.net/), is hosting a workshop at the prestigious Asia Clean Energy Forum (http://www.asiacleanenergyforum.org/) entitled “Showcasing the Next Generation of Transportation Solutions for Asia.”
We are looking for entrepreneurs from all around South Asia and South East Asia, who have solutions for clean transport in Asia. Companies should be from the private sector, or be proposed as a public private partnerships, with a planned project in Bangladesh, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Nepal, Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Thailand, or Vietnam, and should be actively seeking capital in the $1 million to $50 million size range.
Target sectors are:
• Electric vehicles: cars, motorcycles, scooters, tuk-tuks, buses, jeepneys, 3-wheelers
• Fuel substitution, including biodiesel, natural gas, hydrogen, hybridization
• Logistics, communications, vehicle telematics and navigation
• Transport reduction, congestion management, modular public transport, EV infrastructure
• Bicycles sharing, bike lanes, bike transportation hubs
• Marine technology, shipping, ferries
We are looking for both evolutionary and radical new ideas in transportation. This event will serve as a kickoff for the more formal business plan competition that CTI-PFAN holds annually in Singapore, the Asia Forum for Clean Energy Financing.
In order to submit your proposed solution, send your executive summary or presentation, no later than April 30 to Asia@CTI-PFAN.com. We will pick 6-10 of the best ideas submitted, and each will have 15 minutes for remote presentation plus Q&A, at the conference. Please note that companies must be presented by the company principals involved – sorry, no brokers or third parties.
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