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NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ELECTRIC AND SUSTAINABLE VEHICLES, A.C.

SOCIAL STATUTES

 

SECTION I

 

NAME, OBJECTIVES AND PURPOSES, CONSTITUTION, DURATION AND ADDRESS.

 

ARTICLE 1. NAME.

 

The name of this Association is the National Association of Electric and Sustainable Vehicles, A.C., which will be identified in the following articles as the ASSOCIATION.

 

ARTICLE 2. CORPORATE OBJECT.

 

The corporate purpose of the ASSOCIATION is the following:

 

I. Provide a forum for the discussion of ideas, the comparison and exchange of results and, in general, the dissemination and promotion of the use of Electric or sustainable Vehicles, as well as their benefits obtained by not emitting greenhouse gases to the environment. atmosphere, as well as the use of technologies applied to them;

 

II. Discuss the progress of research and technological developments in the area of interest of the ASSOCIATION, endorsing or disqualifying, as the case may be, all those activities that, in one way or another, are within the area of interest that occupies the ASSOCIATION;

 

III. Ensure the dissemination and implementation of the results of research on electric and sustainable vehicles carried out in Mexico and internationally, in an effective and efficient manner, striving for the widespread use of these vehicles as well as their technologies, with the aim of achieving a high It impacted society and led to its maximum use in Mexico;

 

IV. Disseminate and ensure the implementation of the conclusions and recommendations of the annual meetings;

 

V. Promote the development of the value chain in the national industrial sector of electric and sustainable vehicles, as well as its other manifestations of possible energy sources that are not polluting or that emit greenhouse gases into the atmosphere;

 

SAW. Promote the application and technological innovation of renewable energy sources in electric and sustainable vehicles to achieve environmental sustainability and business competitiveness;

 

VII. Promote scientific and technological research that includes the development of projects, systems, materials or processes of high added value in the field for the design, sale, conversions and manufacturing of electric and sustainable vehicles;

 

VIII. Integrate and improve the value chain to achieve energy use as sources of renewable energy from electric and sustainable vehicles such as solar energy, biomass, wind energy, geothermal, hydraulic and ocean energy;

 

IX. Spread the culture of using renewable energy sources; and provide training related to the application and use of technology on the use of renewable energy sources as energy sources to power electric and sustainable vehicles;

 

X. Provide advice related to public policies in the application of electric and sustainable vehicles;

 

XI. Carry out negotiations with public or private institutions to obtain all types of support and fiscal incentives and financing for the development of technological projects for the design, manufacturing, conversion, development of electric and sustainable vehicles;

 

XII. Provide and receive all types of advisory, training and coaching services;

 

XIII. Participate in the constitution and operation of other national and international associations, societies or chambers with similar objectives, in this case the legal entities in which it participates must attend the Electric and Sustainable Vehicles Week that is organized in accordance with these statutes;

 

XIV. Acquire, transfer, establish, give or take in lease or bailment, by any legal means, all types of real estate, furniture and equipment or real rights over them.

 

XV. Issue, issue, endorse, accept, guarantee, discount and subscribe all types of credit instruments in general and carry out, in any manner provided for by Law, all types of credit operations;

 

XVI. Accept or grant all kinds of mandates to achieve its corporate purpose;

 

XVII. Obtain, by any title, concessions, permits, authorizations or licenses, as well as enter into any type of contracts related to the previous object, with the public administration, whether federal or local, and

 

XVIII. Celebrate and carry out all other acts and contracts, annexes and related that are necessary and convenient for the development and fulfillment of the corporate purposes and that are permitted by law.

ARTICLE 3. PURPOSES.

 

To achieve the promotion of Electric and sustainable Vehicles, the ASSOCIATION will go beyond the mere dissemination of the characteristics and benefits of the use of Electric and sustainable Vehicles and will seek to influence in a firm and defined way the State agencies that make up the country's energy and mobility policy with solid technical and scientific arguments and with clear awareness of the importance and role that the use of electric and sustainable vehicles in their different forms must have in the future development of Mexico.

 

The ASSOCIATION will be established as a leader, with technical authority in Electric and sustainable vehicles, will articulate and promote the development of these, as well as the use of sustainable energy material for use in Mexico, offering quality services to its associates and interested parties throughout the national territory

 

ARTICLE 4. CONSTITUTION.

 

The ASSOCIATION will be made up of scientists, professionals, students, businessmen and other people involved in the research, development, teaching, use, industrialization, conversion and marketing of electric and sustainable Vehicles, as well as people, qualified by the government of the ASSOCIATION, for their achievements or for their particular interest in the purposes of the ASSOCIATION, admitted to it in accordance with the provisions of these Statutes.

 

ARTICLE 5. DURATION.

 

The duration of the ASSOCIATION will be indefinite. If necessary, it may be dissolved in accordance with the provisions of these Statutes.

 

ARTICLE 6. ADDRESS.

 

The domicile of the ASSOCIATION will be in Mexico City, D.F., and may establish correspondents and offices in other cities in the country.

 

ARTICLE 7. ADMISSION OF FOREIGNERS.

 

The associates adopt the clause for the admission of foreigners, in terms of article fourteen of the Regulations of the Foreign Investment Law, for which they agree before the Ministry of Foreign Affairs that the foreign associates, current or future of the civil ASSOCIATION, are obliged to :

 

I.- Consider themselves as nationals with respect to:

 

a) The shares, social shares or rights that they acquire from said Civil ASSOCIATION;

 

b) The assets, rights, concessions, participations or interests held by the ASSOCIATION, and;

 

c) The rights and obligations arising from the contracts to which the ASSOCIATION itself is a party.

 

II.- Not to invoke the protection of their Governments, under the penalty otherwise of losing for the benefit of the Mexican Nation, what they have acquired.

 

SECTION II

 

OF YOUR HERITAGE

 

ARTICLE 8. HERITAGE.

 

They constitute the assets of the ASSOCIATION:

 

I. Dues of any kind paid by members.

 

II. The donations or subsidies that you may receive from individuals or from private, semi-official and official institutions, as well as from municipal, state or federal authorities;

 

III. Contributions or donations from national or international institutions;

 

IV. The financial returns produced by the aforementioned resources, and

 

V. Any other property or rights that may be acquired in the future by any means.

 

The Regional Sections of the ASSOCIATION may constitute their own assets, in accordance with the provisions of these Statutes.

 

The assets of the ASSOCIATION are strictly limited to its purposes, so no associate or foreign person can claim rights over said assets. In the event of dissolution of the ASSOCIATION, the provisions of these Statutes will apply.

 

 

SECTION III

 

OF THE ASSOCIATES

 

ARTICLE 9. CLASSIFICATION.

 

Associates will be classified into the following categories:

 

I. Assets

II. Affiliates

III. Students

IV. Corporate

V. Fees, and

SAW. Benefactors.

 

ARTICLE 10. ACTIVE ASSOCIATES.

 

Active Associates will be those scientists, professionals or other people residing in Mexico, related to the research, development or use of solar energy in Mexico, and other people who may be invited by the Board of Directors of the ASSOCIATION due to their achievements or their current work in fields related to solar energy or with the purposes of the ASSOCIATION.

 

Active Members must be related in this way to the purposes of the ASSOCIATION during their permanence as Active Members.

 

The Active Member must prove that he is qualified as such, and in accordance with the above, at any time requested by the Board of Directors of the ASSOCIATION.

Your rights will be:

 

I. Participate in the activities of the ASSOCIATION;

II. Attend General Assemblies with voice and vote;

III. Receive the official publications of the ASSOCIATION and have access to all the technical or scientific information held by it, and

IV. Enjoy the other prerogatives that these Statutes grant them and other relative legal provisions.

 

ARTICLE 11. AFFILIATED ASSOCIATES.

 

Any person interested in the purposes of the ASSOCIATION may, if they wish, belong to the ASSOCIATION with this category. Their rights will be the same as those of Active Members, with the exception of the right to vote and to be voted for.

 

ARTICLE 12. STUDENT ASSOCIATES.

 

Any student pursuing a professional career within a University or Technological Institute recognized within or outside the Mexican Republic, and who is interested in the purposes of the ASSOCIATION, may be a candidate.

 

Upon acquiring the status of intern or upon completing their studies, the Student Associate will be removed from this category to move on to the corresponding one.

 

Their rights will be the same as those of Active Members, with the exception of the right to vote and be elected.

 

ARTICLE 13. CORPORATE ASSOCIATES.

 

Under this category are organizations interested in the scientific, technological, business and development of electric and sustainable vehicles, with interest in the objectives of the ASSOCIATION, and whose activity is related to the field of electric and sustainable vehicles, as well as its renewable energy sources for food or use;

 

The set of Corporate Associates will have the right to designate at least two members or secretaries within the Board of Directors. Corporate Associates, when they have the status of legal entities, may appoint a representative by written communication addressed to the President of the Board of Directors.

 

The appointed representatives must register individually and by name with the ASSOCIATION, and may only be replaced by written notification from the Corporate Associate.

 

The rights of the Corporate Associate will be individually the same as those of the Active Associates.

 

ARTICLE 14. HONORARY ASSOCIATES.

 

The status of Honorary Associate is conferred exceptionally and individually by the Honor Board, to those personalities who have rendered eminent service in the domain of the ASSOCIATION's activities. Their rights will be the same as those of Active Members.

 

ARTICLE 15. BENEFACTOR ASSOCIATES.

 

The status of Benefactor Associate is conferred individually by the Board of Directors, to those personalities interested in the objectives of the ASSOCIATION who have contributed financially in an outstanding manner to the ASSOCIATION. Their rights will be the same as those of Active Members.

ARTICLE 16. ADMISSION PROCEDURE.

 

Aspiring Associates will present their application for admission to the Board of Directors, which will include all the required personal and professional data, as well as the category of Associate to which they aspire. Said application, as well as its annexes, may be submitted through the use of electronic means or through the ASSOCIATION's Internet portal.

Applications must be accompanied by a list of the activities, achievements or contact that they currently have with the research, design, conversion, manufacturing, sale or distribution of electric or sustainable Vehicles, and that qualify them as an Active Associate or Corporate Associate, when this be the case.

 

The Student Associate must accompany their application with a credential that accredits them as such. The Board of Directors may, in such case, resort to requesting the collaboration of an Active Associate or other means to verify the quality of the aspiring Associate and the veracity of the data recorded in the application.

 

The application for membership of Associates must be accompanied by payment of the fee corresponding to membership.

 

The Board of Directors has the power to veto the admission of any applicant, a right that expires 30 days after receiving notification of the applicant's application for admission. If this is not the case, a letter will be issued to the new Associate, in which the category in which he or she was accepted will be stated.

 

Cases of rejection of applications by the Board of Directors may only be based on serious and sufficient reasons or for violation of the Statutes, since the ASSOCIATION, in accordance with its purposes, will tend to group within it all those people who qualify as Associates, without no type of discrimination or distinction of groups, political affiliation or religious creed.

In any case, the Board of Directors will present to the nearest General Assembly of Associates the list of new Associates so that it can ratify or modify the decision of the Council regarding the admission procedure.

 

ARTICLE 17. OBLIGATIONS.

 

The Obligations of the Associates will be:

 

I. Collaborate with the ASSOCIATION in the fulfillment of its purposes;

II. Comply with the obligations established in these Statutes and those established in the future;

III. Provide the Board of Directors, when requested, with the opinion and information required regarding their actions in previous Boards of Directors, and

IV. Diligently comply with other commissions and assignments assigned.

 

ARTICLE 18. FEES.

 

The ASSOCIATION establishes, as fees, the following:

 

I. Admission. When a new Associate joins, he or she will pay an admission fee according to the category of Associate requested, the amount of which will be set annually by the Board of Directors.

 

II. Annual. All Associates will pay an annual fee according to their Associate category and the amount of which will be set annually by the Board of Directors.

 

New Associates will pay the proportional part of this fee, according to their entry date during the year.

 

ARTICLE 19. CAUSES FOR EXCLUSION OF ASSOCIATES.

 

Associates may be excluded from the ASSOCIATION for the following reasons:

 

I. Failure to pay your fees;

II. Carry out acts that go against the purpose of the ASSOCIATION,

III. Carry out acts that seriously or negligently reduce the assets of the company.

ASSOCIATION, and

IV. Carry out acts contrary to these Statutes, the law or good customs.

The exclusion of an Associate from the ASSOCIATION will be decided by agreement adopted by a majority of the Board of Directors and ratified by the General Assembly of Associates.

 

SECTION IV

 

OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE ASSOCIATION

 

ARTICLE 20. GOVERNMENT.

 

The ASSOCIATION has the following governing and management bodies:

 

I. The Ordinary and Extraordinary General Assemblies of Associates; II. He

Board of Directors;

III. The Board of Honor, and

IV. The Boards of Directors of the Regional Sections.

 

ARTICLE 21. THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY.

 

The General Assembly is the supreme authority of the ASSOCIATION and is made up of all the Associates provided for in these Statutes who have the right to speak and vote.

 

ARTICLE 22. ORDINARY GENERAL ASSEMBLY

 

The Ordinary General Assembly will meet at least once a year, coinciding with the Annual National Meeting, and will not require, for its celebration, a summons or special call as long as, for the Annual National Meeting, actions have been made. written and timely invitations to all members of the ASSOCIATION.

ARTICLE 23. EXTRAORDINARY GENERAL ASSEMBLY

 

Extraordinary General Assemblies may be held at any time to discuss the matters indicated on the agenda and will be held when:

 

I. Are convened by the Board of Directors.

II. They are convened by a minimum of 20 members of the ASSOCIATION, or

III. They are summoned by the Honor Board.

 

ARTICLE 24. CALL FOR APPLICATIONS.

 

The calls for Extraordinary General Assemblies will be made by the Board of Directors 15 calendar days in advance, including the agenda, SOCIAL STATUTES OF THE NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF ELECTRIC AND SUSTAINABLE VEHICLES, A.C. notifying all this in writing to each member of the ASSOCIATION.

 

ARTICLE 25. OBLIGATION TO PARTICIPATE IN ASSEMBLIES.

 

All Associates with the right to speak and vote must participate in the Assemblies. Those who cannot do so personally must extend the necessary power of attorney or letter of power to another person to represent them. This power or power of attorney must be addressed to the President of the Board of Directors of the ASSOCIATION and will be presented in writing, along with evidence of the authenticity of the grantor's signature.

 

ARTICLE 26. QUORUM OF ORDINARY ASSEMBLIES

 

The Ordinary General Assembly will be valid with the presence of the number of Associates with the right to speak and vote who participate, either personally or duly represented. The agreements will be adopted by the majority vote of the Associates present.

 

ARTICLE 27. QUORUM OF EXTRAORDINARY ASSEMBLIES

 

For an Extraordinary General Assembly to be considered legally established, the participation of half plus one of the Associates with the right to speak and vote, whether present or duly represented, is required.

 

In the event that the aforementioned quorum is not met, the Extraordinary General Assembly will be held on second call, half an hour later, with the number of Associates with the right to speak and vote who are present and its agreements will be adopted by a majority of votes.

 

ARTICLE 28. AGENDA OF ORDINARY ASSEMBLIES.

 

The Ordinary General Assembly will deal with the following matters:

 

I. Reading of the Minutes of the previous General Assembly, discussion, modification, if applicable, and approval thereof. The minutes of the Session may be sent in advance to the Associates, by communication via email, and in this case, only the observations that may arise will be addressed in the session.

II. Reading and discussion, if applicable, of the Annual Report of the Council

Director, which will include the part related to the movement of the Treasury and will mention the most outstanding activities of the elapsed period.

III. Reading and discussion, if applicable, of the Annual Report of the Honor Board.

IV. In even-numbered years, elections of the new Board of Directors and the assumption of office by its members, as provided in these Statutes and Establishing the headquarters, if applicable, of the activities or events to be carried out in the following period, and appoint the organizing committees formed by the Active Associates.

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