In June 2017, The Energy Chamber of Trinidad and Tobago hosted the first Clean Energy Conference in Trinidad and Tobago. At the conference, one topic in particular attracted significant interest; Electric Vehicles and CNG vehicles.
The Energy Chamber has decided to further this discussion by hosting an evening Event: The Future of Transport - Implications for T&T. The event is intended to discuss the growth in alternative fuels around the world and how Trinidad and Tobago could adopt some of these trends. We would also look at what challenges would be faced in creating a clean transport system in the future.
This event is sponsored by Ansa Motors and Southern Sales and low emissions vehicles will be onsite for viewing.
4:30pm – 5:00pm - Registration
5:00pm – 5:15pm - Welcome and Introduction
5:15pm – 5:45pm - Feature Video – Rise and Fall of Black Gold and Peak Oil and the Rise of Electric Vehicles
5:45pm – 6:45pm - Panel : Global trends in transport and implications for Peak Oil Demand
- Johan Sydow - Managing Director Saiteck
- Dr Graham King - Lecturer, University of the West Indies
- Christopher Narine Thomas - Chairman Energy Efficiency and Alternative Energy Committee
- Facilitator: Dale Ramlakhan - Asset Engineer, POWERGEN
6:45pm – 7:45pm - Panel: Transport in T&T – Moving to clean transport fuels
- Curtis Mohammed - President, CNG NGC
- Dr Curtis Boodoo - Lecturer, University of Trinidad and Tobago
- Zindzi John - Project Development and Implementation Specialist, Economic Development and Advisory Board
- Facilitator: Dr Thackwray Driver, CEO and President of Energy Chamber of T&T
7:45pm - 7:50pm Closing Remarks
7:50pm - 8:00pm Networking and viewing of vehicles.
Date: 8th November, 2017
Venue: Arthur Lok Jack Graduate School of Business
Time: 5pm to 8pm
While this event is Free, please register using the form below to reserve your spot as seating is limited.