In this webinar, experts will discuss about hydrogen and Fuel cell-based generation for vehicle and stationary applications. This webinar addressed the following questions. Various cutting edge Fuel cell Technologies and new research & development  The cost and process of hydrogen production & transportation Are hydrogen-powered fuel-cell electric vehicles is the future?  Do hydrogen hold more relevance in the Indian context in comparison to advanced batteries?  Current pilots, tenders and deployment of hydrogen fuel & FCEV in India. NTPC Fuel Cell vehicle tender updates and clarification
India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) in an international collaboration with the Earth Day Network (EDN) commemorated the 50th anniversary of Earth Day on April 22, 2020, by bringing together leaders, policymakers and top industry voices for an e-conference on Clean Energy and Clean Transportation: Key to Fight Climate Change. Over 300 participants across India joined the day-long e-conference to hear from a line-up of esteemed speakers. The program was inaugurated with the screening of Dharti Ma, a special song prepared to mark the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day and followed by a talk by Brand Ambassador of Earth Day, Bombay Jayashri. Ashok Thakur, Chief Editor, Emerging Technology News Magazine convened the e-conference.
 As the growth is expected in EV, renewable energy, and energy storage industries, new types of jobs in manufacturing, research labs and market research would also be created. This webinar will describe some of the most common career options for students in these industries along with the credentials needed for the occupation, including education, training or certification. Globally, including India, chemists and materials scientists in these industries search for new knowledge and conduct research on improving battery life and recharging time and develop new materials for use in electric vehicles. Many times, students find difficulties to gather information about the various research opportunities available in different institutions and research labs. The webinar tried to close these knowledge gaps and will talk about the research options and prominent research centers, scholarships, job opportunities etc. in the field of energy storage and EV sectors.
As the growth is expected in EV, renewable energy, and energy storage industries, new types of jobs in manufacturing, research labs and market research would also be created. This webinar will describe some of the most common career options for students in these industries along with the credentials needed for the occupation, including education, training or certification. Globally, including India, chemists and materials scientists in these industries search for new knowledge and conduct research on improving battery life and recharging time and develop new materials for use in electric vehicles. Many times, students find difficulties to gather information about the various research opportunities available in different institutions and research labs. The webinar tried to close these knowledge gaps and will talk about the research options and prominent research centers, scholarships, job opportunities etc. in the field of energy storage and EV sectors.
Industrial & automotive battery dealers, wholesalers, service centers & transit warehouses carry a month or two’s stock of car, inverter, UPS, solar & other batteries for resale or distribution. During economic slowdown or complete lockdown as at present, the battery stocks may stay in the warehouse for long periods of 4 - 6 months.  In 4 to 6 months, batteries will get discharged and some may even get sulfated, causing early failure, warranty claims & unnecessary financial loss. For the OEM dealers of cars, CVs, two/three-wheelers and battery-powered electric rickshaws & electric scooters, the vehicle will be alright even after 6 months but the battery will be discharged & in extreme cases, a shortened life. While waiting for the lockdown to end and the sales to restart, there are a few actions that can be taken, to keep the batteries in full health. This webinar discussed measures to maintain battery health effectively.
An understanding of the supply chain, related supply markets (e.g., Li-ion electric vehicle batteries) and how these markets interact with the broader economy will be critical to analyse the impact, as well as suggest strategies that market participants, regulators, and policymakers can employ to mitigate some the adverse effects. Even though, India is encouraging indigenous manufacturing and have succeeded to an extent, but the most important part of any battery being the cell, which are still being imported mostly from China and other East Asian countries, the growth is expected to slow down the industry event further. As the coronavirus spread, our focus should shift from foreign manufacturing capability to develop indigenous ecosystem development. This webinar discussed the impact of COVID on battery industry in India sharing experiences from leading industry stakeholders.
An understanding of the supply chain, related supply markets (e.g., Li-ion electric vehicle batteries) and how these markets interact with the broader economy will be critical to analyse the impact, as well as suggest strategies that market participants, regulators, and policymakers can employ to mitigate some the adverse effects. Even though, India is encouraging indigenous manufacturing and have succeeded to an extent, but the most important part of any battery being the cell, which are still being imported mostly from China and other East Asian countries, the growth is expected to slow down the industry event further. As the coronavirus spread, our focus should shift from foreign manufacturing capability to develop indigenous ecosystem development. This webinar discussed the impact of COVID on battery industry in India sharing experiences from leading industry stakeholders.
An understanding of the supply chain, related supply markets (e.g., Li-ion electric vehicle batteries) and how these markets interact with the broader economy will be critical to analyse the impact, as well as suggest strategies that market participants, regulators, and policymakers can employ to mitigate some the adverse effects. Even though, India is encouraging indigenous manufacturing and have succeeded to an extent, but the most important part of any battery being the cell, which are still being imported mostly from China and other East Asian countries, the growth is expected to slow down the industry event further. As the coronavirus spread, our focus should shift from foreign manufacturing capability to develop indigenous ecosystem development. This webinar discussed the impact of COVID on battery industry in India sharing experiences from leading industry stakeholders. 
Against the backdrop of national lockdown, the peak electricity demand dropped to about 127.96 gigawatts (GW) on 25 March from about 163.73GW on 20 March. India’s peak demand in FY19 was 168.74GW and touched a record high of 176.72GW in April last year. India has an installed power-generation capacity of 368.69GW. When it comes to Utilities, it is likely that they are prepared to deal with a crisis considering they are providers of critical infrastructure. Having said so, they should prepare the industry for unforeseen hazards or health emergencies. In order to ensure business continuity, these services have to ensure an uninterrupted and dependable supply of electricity. An important webinar which discussed on the role and readiness of electricity.
Against the backdrop of national lockdown, the peak electricity demand dropped to about 127.96 gigawatts (GW) on 25 March from about 163.73GW on 20 March. India’s peak demand in FY19 was 168.74GW and touched a record high of 176.72GW in April last year. India has an installed power-generation capacity of 368.69GW. When it comes to Utilities, it is likely that they are prepared to deal with a crisis considering they are providers of critical infrastructure. Having said so, they should prepare the industry for unforeseen hazards or health emergencies. In order to ensure business continuity, these services have to ensure an uninterrupted and dependable supply of electricity. An important webinar which discussed on the role and readiness of electricity.
Against the backdrop of national lockdown, the peak electricity demand dropped to about 127.96 gigawatts (GW) on 25 March from about 163.73GW on 20 March. India’s peak demand in FY19 was 168.74GW and touched a record high of 176.72GW in April last year. India has an installed power-generation capacity of 368.69GW. When it comes to Utilities, it is likely that they are prepared to deal with a crisis considering they are providers of critical infrastructure. Having said so, they should prepare the industry for unforeseen hazards or health emergencies. In order to ensure business continuity, these services have to ensure an uninterrupted and dependable supply of electricity. An important webinar which discussed on the role and readiness of electricity.
The government of India has provided significant momentum to the sales of EVs in India through the implementation of the FAME India scheme. Last year, after the implementation of phased manufacturing program for EV’s, OEMs are currently investing heavily in securing their supply chain locally. This webinar focussed on the manufacturing of EV components in the country and the readiness of the EV supply chain.
The government of India has provided significant momentum to the sales of EVs in India through the implementation of the FAME India scheme. Last year, after the implementation of phased manufacturing program for EV’s, OEMs are currently investing heavily in securing their supply chain locally. This webinar focused on the manufacturing of EV components in the country and the readiness of the EV supply chain.
The government of India has provided significant momentum to the sales of EVs in India through the implementation of the FAME India scheme. Last year, after the implementation of phased manufacturing program for EV’s, OEMs are currently investing heavily in securing their supply chain locally. This webinar focused on the manufacturing of EV components in the country and the readiness of the EV supply chain.

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