Messe Frankfurt India is ready to launch the E-Mobility India Forum at the NGV India Summit in Le Meridian, New Delhi on October 7, 2021. The forum invites prominent EV brand leaders and government officials to address the key opportunities and challenges facing the country to achieve a complete EV ecosystem.
Due to the increased sensitivity of the Indian government to cleaner environments, the demand for zero-emission vehicles has increased over the past few years. Coupled with this, the extensive support and policies implemented to promote e-mobility have slowly but gradually helped foster the value chain of the domestic industry.
As the EV industry continues to lay the foundation for India’s automotive ecosystem, the E-Mobility India Forum, run by the NGV India Summit, will bring together the industry’s “who” at Le Meridien in New Delhi on October 7, 2021. I will meet you. To provide a safe face-to-face experience, the forum will be held under the “MFI Safe Connect” safety protocol developed by Messe Frankfurt India in accordance with government health and safety guidelines.
The E-Mobility India Forum 2021 panel will consist of leading EV brand leaders and government officials, including:
- Naveen Munjal, MD, Hero Electric Vehicle Pvt Ltd
- Barbir Cinderon, MD & Country Brand Head, Audi India
- RRK Kishore, Director of Technology, State Road Transport Business Association (ASRTU)
- Shri. Sudhendu J Sinha, Advisor, Infrastructure Connection and Electrical Mobility Vertical, NITI Aayog
- Sandeep Bangia, Business Head – EV Charging Ecosystem, Home Automation, ESCO Tata Power
- Kaushik Madhavan, VP – Mobility, Frost & Sullivan
“In the last few years, a huge number of start-ups have emerged to work in the EV ecosystem, either with the capabilities of manufacturers or service providers, along with some of the leading car giants recognizing the potential of e-mobility. At the E-Mobility India Forum, Messe Frankfurt India aims to create a platform that gives car players strong insights into the opportunities and challenges ahead of India’s path to embracing e-mobility. “We are excited,” said Raj Manek, Executive Director and Board of Directors.Member of Messe Frankfurt Asia Holdings Co., Ltd.
The forum is lined with various topics discussed and provides a detailed analysis of the e-mobility segment. This includes conversion to e-mobility, competition / opportunities created by Tesla’s entry. EV incentives, policy agendas and support extended by the government to accelerate the Indian market and electrification.
In addition, the forum will feature head-on discussions from automotive OEMs, adapting to the EV ecosystem, accelerating the growth of EV component manufacturing under Make in India, and holding sessions on EV infrastructure and innovative business models. I will do it.
Recently, the Maharashtra state government also announced a new electric vehicle policy aimed at achieving a 10% share of EVs across new vehicle registrations by 2025. Under this new policy, all electric vehicles (EVs) sold in Maharashtra will be exempt from paying road taxes until the end of their insurance period.
The new policy aims to establish at least one manufacturing unit in the state to produce advanced lithium-ion batteries and proposes to install 1,500 charging stations in the Mumbai metropolitan area. ..
As the government continues to drive the growth of the EV segment, the launch of the E-Mobility India Forum provides a powerful tool for analyzing the opportunities and challenges of EV adoption and expansion in India.
https://electronicsmaker.com/messe-frankfurt-india-to-launch-e-mobility-india-forum-to-address-challenges-concerning-ev-adoption-and-expansion-in-india Messe Frankfurt India launches E-Mobility India Forum to address the challenges of EV adoption and expansion in India