New Delhi, May 20, 2022: In order to bring policymakers and industry players together to prepare a roadmap for the electric vehicle industry, SMEV is organising a national conference under the theme of “EV Industry @ 2030: Future Roadmap” on May 19th in New Delhi. Apart from holding discussions, the conference would also recognise the outstanding performers in the EV industry for their contribution to shaping the e-mobility market in India.
It aims to mobilise and sensitise the EV industry about the policy initiatives announced by central and state governments. Some of the key discussions planned at the conference are Policy Initiatives Transiting Towards the EV Mission; Manufacturing Ecosystem; Standardization; EV Charging Infrastructure; and EV Financing.
Commenting on the initiative, Mr. Naveen Munjal, President, SMEV, said, “We are excited to hold the EV Tech Delhi that would bring policymakers and industry players together to set an agenda and identify the goals to be achieved by 2030. To encourage a healthy discussion on the pain-points and way forward for the industry the platform offers perceptive insight from key stakeholders in the industry. The free exchange of ideas, discussion on key issues, and prepare a roadmap for e-mobility in India shall set the grit and tone for the EV industry “
Sharing the views on the ensuing event, Mr Sohinder Gill, Director General, SMEV, said, EVs are on the cusp of revolutionising the mobility solution. India is rightly poised to quickly adopt the cleaner and self-reliant electric mobility and play a significant role in the global play of this future mobility landscape. My message to the participants on this day would be to thing big, act innovatively and react swiftly to this very dynamic change, always keeping the interest and the safety of the customer in mind. We look forward to a healthy discussion and participation from all the stakeholders to share their inputs to formulate a plan to strengthen the EV ecosystem.”
The EV Tech DELHI 2022 is supported by The Ministry of Heavy Industries, Government of India; the Ministry of Road Transport & Highways, Government of India; NITI Aayog, Invest India, UNIDO, ARAI, CESL, CEEW, and IESA.