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Posted On: 17 October 2011 12:17 pm
Updated On: 12 November 2020 02:11 pm

Mitsubishi to display electric car at ecoQ

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DOHA: The Japanese-made environment friendly hundred percent electric vehicle is set to be one of the main attractions at the Qatar International Environment Protection and Sustainable Energy Exhibition & Conference (ecoQ). “I am particularly glad that a Japanese pavilion will be set up at the ecoQ to present the latest eco-related technology of Japan including electric vehicle,” said Kenjiro Monji, Ambassodor of Japan, addressing Japanese participants of the conference yesterday. The Mitsubishi i-MiEV plug-in electric car will be exhibited as a a better solution to increased energy usage in the region. “Electric vehicle is the one of the main products to present at the ecoQ, it’s amazing, there is no sound, engine is very quite and it’s a fast growing electric vehicle,” said Keiichi Kodowaki, General Manager, Doha office of Mitsubishi Corportation, yesterday. “I’m sure the people in Qatar are thinking beyond power, in the long future the usage of natural gas to oil may end some day I hope they are thinking beyond carbon,” he said on the sidelines of a reception at the Japanese Embassy. In addition, many well known Japanese companies participating in ecoQ will showcase their products and services, during the three-day event. Around 20 participants from six leading Japanese companies will represent Japan at the conference in Doha. World renowned names such as Mitsubishi Corporation, Mitsubishi Heavy Industries LTD, Sharp Corporation, Naturock Japan Co Ltd, Lixil Corporation and Taisei Corporation, will present their latest technologies, products and solutions in the Environment sector to Qatar. Tadashi Maeda, Special Advisor to the Cabinet of Japan, will have presentation at ecoQ expo on Japanese strategy on deployment of the packaged infrastructure to overseas market and its advanced technologies on energy efficiency and energy conservation. The Peninsula