India eMobility Conclave at Hyderabad
India is poised to become one of the largest electric mobility markets in the world in the coming decade, with the Government’s push to curb pollution and reduce reliance on import dependent
fossil fuels. Although we are still in the infancy stage of EV adoption, changes in the technology landscape and clear vision set by the Indian government, IESA estimates that over 70 million EV’s could be sold in India till 2030 with a CAGR of 36% until 2026. This transition of the transportation sector from petroleum-based internal combustion engines (ICEs) to EVs, would create a market of 750 GWh of advanced energy storage solutions over the next decade. The Government of India has laid down its plans and is catalyzing the Indian EV market with active support from various agencies such as NITI Aayog, DHI, MoP, MoRTH, MS&T, MoCIP, EESL, and BEE for making this dream a reality.
From the time EV became the buzzword, IESA has actively engaged with 12+ states and union territories (UTs) that are leading the way in building production, infrastructure and services to increase adoption of EVs in India. State Governments like Karnataka, Telangana, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Delhi, and Maharashtra are already leading the way by announcing their own policies to promote the development of electric mobility infrastructure and providing incentives for manufacturing of EV’s and energy storage.
With the same intent, we are delighted to announce the 7th Electric Mobility event ‘India e-Mobility Conclave 2020 (IMC 2020)’ at Hyderabad focused on roadmap and outlook for e-mobility in India. This is a unique platform to interact, network and learn about the market landscape, government policies, new products, EV & Charging Infrastructure deployments including fast charging and swapping technologies.
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