Transformation of Last-Mile Mobility in India | Panel Discussion
The last-mile mobility segment has emerged as a low-hanging fruit in India’s EV transition which is witnessing the emergence of new-age business models. Autocar Professional India EV Conclave highlighted the evolution of this critical vehicle category.
With both cargo- and passenger-carrying electric three-wheelers amounting to over 1.2 million units, and forming over 40 percent of the total EV parc in India, the country is witnessing a transformation of the last-mile mobility segment which today demands solutions for the transportation of goods as e-commerce continues to rise, as well as people, who are also increasingly adopting multi-modal transportation.
The last-mile mobility segment has emerged as a low-hanging fruit in India’s EV transition which is witnessing the emergence of new-age business models tapping into the power of data from vehicle telematics.
Autocar Professional, in partnership with the Tamil Nadu Government, hosted the India EV Conclave in Chennai on November 21, where industry experts in a panel discussion discussed the future potential of this critical vehicle category in India.
Suman Mishra, CEO, Mahindra Last Mile Mobility
Mahesh Babu, CEO - Global, Switch Mobility
KK Paul, Managing Director, TI Clean Mobility
Amitabh Saran, Founder and CEO, Altigreen
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