The Associated Chambers of Commerce & Industry of India

"The Knowledge Chamber: Serving the Nation since 1920"

Conference
Electric Mobility: Beyond Mobility
Charging Infrastructure, Battery Technology & Telematics

17 January, 2018 , Bengaluru

 

 

About Event


Knowledge Partner


With the emergence of Electric Vehicles in various advanced economies of the world, Government of India has taken policy initiatives such as National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020 (NEMM 2020) which targets to deploy more than 5 million electric vehicles in the country by 2020. In line with this transformation, there is an urgent need of a strong policy support to make Indian auto industry to move gradually towards Electric Vehicle. Considering the critical role played by charging infrastructure and storage technology in determining market acceptability of Electric Vehicle, the Government has taken up the task in promoting Power PSUs to take a lead in setting up the Electric Vehicle charging infrastructure.
 
Participating Entities

·         Power producers - Transmission and distribution companies 
·         Oil and gas retail companies - Transport corporations
·         Automotive component manufacturers
·         Testing, R&D and educational institutions
·         Government and regulatory agencies
·         Battery manufacturers & Equipment manufacturers
·         Renewable energy developers
·         EV manufacturers & Engineering consultants
·         Financial institutions & Investment firms
·         Automobile Manufacturers

Objective

To discuss the opportunities, technical aspects and challenges faced by stakeholders at a single platform for the growth of E-Vehicle industry in India.

Key Issues

·         Assessment of planning of EV Adoption
·         Central EV Policy and State EV Policy
·         Charging Standards reliable ecosystem
·         Battery Technology – Recycling & Disposal
·         Telematics companies
·         EV Penetration on Grid Reliability & Stability
·         Opportunities in the manufacturing of EV component
·         Challenges regarding  creation of Charging Infrastructure

For more details please contact: 

Narendra Kr. Mishra - (+91 9891766968), e-mail: narendra.mishra@assocham.com
Saurabh Pathak - (+91 9953616925), e-mail: saurabh.pathak@assocham.com

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