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Want to drive an electric car in Tokyo? Attend EMCE 2019

The e-mobility wave is said to be ‘unstoppable’. According to the International Energy Agency, the number of electric cars on the road worldwide will increase from two million in 2016 to 70 million in 2025. The question is: what will be the impact of all this on eco-design and recycling?

At the E-Mobility & Circular Economy (EMCE 2019) conference in Tokyo from 1-3 July 20-19, organised by ICM, manufacturers, remanufacturers, reuse specialists and recyclers will gather to present their latest services, technologies and future designs.

Drones, toys and helicopters

As well as the conference themes of e-mobility, power distribution and energy storage, an exhibition will be staged in parallel. Exhibitors are being invited to showcase their innovations, ranging from cars, trucks and bikes to drones, toys, planes, helicopters, power storage and distribution.

Attendees are also being offered demo rides in electric vehicles on the streets of Tokyo.

Interested in making a presentation at EMCE? Check www.icm.ch or email [email protected]

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