1月9日，荷兰驻华使馆基础设施与环保参谋Anne Te Velde 魏安娜女士等一行来集团总部调研考察。集团副总经理马正源出席，国际业务与品牌管理部、技术与新能源部负责人，以及深圳市新能源汽车运营企业协会、绿色低碳发展基金会相关人员陪同参与。首先双方介绍来宾，播放深圳巴士集团企业宣传片，并做简要交流。
考察结束后，Anne Te Velde 魏安娜女士热情邀请深圳巴士集团参加荷兰使馆1月15日在京举行的新能源交通活动，希望与深圳巴士集团有更多的交流与合作。
On January 9th, Ms. Anne Te Velde, Counsellor of Infrastructure and Environment of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, led the delegation to visit the Headquarters of Shenzhen Bus Group. Our Deputy General Manager Joe Ma, the head of the International Development Department and the Senior Engineer of the Technology and New Energy Department attended the event. The Secretary General of Shenzhen Electric Vehicle Operating Association and the Project Leader of Green & Low-Carbon Development Foundation were also present. In the first part of the event, two sides introduced each other, and made brief introductions on respective projects. The delegation visited SZBG’s Smart Dispatch Center, charging station, R&M and charging facilities, and took an experimental ride on Alphabus (the innovative PT autonomous bus) in Futian Free Trade Zone. Two sides discussed and shared experiences, challenges and future plans for full electrification.
After the expedition, Ms. Anne Te Velde warmly invited Shenzhen Bus Group to attend a new energy transportation exchange held by the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Beijing on January 15th, with an aim to explore cooperation with Shenzhen Bus Group in the future.
On January 8th, the delegation of Energy Foundation and its major sponsors William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, Children’s Investment Fund Foundation and ClimateWorks Foundation paid a technical visit to Shenzhen Bus Group. Our Deputy General Manager Joe Ma, representatives of the International Development Department and the Technology and New Energy Department received our visitors. The Secretary General of Shenzhen Electric Vehicle Operating Association, and the Project Leader of Green & Low-Carbon Development Foundation were also present. The meeting focused on SZBG’s practices and experiences in electrification, covering policy support, operational model, charging strategies and also discussed future challenges.