Messe Frankfurt India to launch E-Mobility India Forum

by Autocar Pro News Desk , 03 Aug 2021

Messe Frankfurt India is all set to launch E-Mobility India forum to address major opportunities and challenges that the country with regards to EV adoption and creating a complete EV ecosystem.  

As the EV industry continues to set its foundation into the Indian automotive ecosystem, the E-Mobility India Forum powered by NGV India Summit will bring forth views of industry stalwarts on October 7, 2021 at Le Meridien, New Delhi. The forum will be held under the safety protocols of 'MFI SafeConnect’, developed by Messe Frankfurt India in accordance with government’s health and safety guidelines.

The panel of E-Mobility India Forum 2021 will comprise of premier EV brand leaders and government officials, including -

-Naveen Munjal, MD, Hero Electric

-Balbir Singh Dhillon, Head, Audi India 

-R.R.K. Kishore, Director – Technical, Association of State Road Transport Undertakings (ASRTU)

-Sudhendu J Sinha, Advisor, Infrastructure Connectivity & Electric Mobility vertical, NITI Aayog

-Sandeep Bangia, Business Head - EV Charging Ecosystem, Home Automation, ESCO, Tata Power

-Kaushik Madhavan, VP - Mobility, Frost & Sullivan

Raj Manek, Executive Director & Board Member, Messe Frankfurt Asia Holdings said, “With E-Mobility India Forum, Messe Frankfurt India aims to create a platform where automotive players can gain strong insight into the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead in India’s path to embrace e-mobility.”

A wide array of topics have been lined up to be discussed during the forum including, the conversion to e-mobility, the competition/opportunity created by Tesla’s entry in India as well as the EV incentives, policy challenges and support to accelerate electrification. 

Furthermore, the forum will also discuss the head-ons for automotive OEMs while adapting to the EV ecosystem, accelerating EV Component Manufacturing Growth under Make in India.

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