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Who Should Attend

EV Manufacturers
EV Motor Manufacturers
EV Design & Architect Providers
Charging Infrastructure Companies
Power Storage Companies
Battery Pack Makers / Cell Manufacturers
Electronics/Sensors/Lidar Companies
Material Companies
Speciality Chemical Companies
New Age Companies

How To Attend

The experience of an in-person event with the flexibility of location independence!

The virtual event will imitate a traditional in-person event with opportunities to interact with speakers and other attendees in a virtual environment on the web, rather than meeting in a physical location.

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Get access to the virtual event: Presentations, Panel Discussions, Networking Areas, and a lot more

The EV power electronics market in India is expected to reach $4.8 billion by 2025

Conference Overview

COVID-19 has not only exposed our frailty and vulnerability but has also undoubtedly changed the world into a before and after era. Talking beyond the economic fallout, as we lumber out of the situation, almost everything would have changed – be it the way we transport people or goods, or the manner in which we do our business, the way we manufacture things. In all this, the virtual world and the world of technology have upped their importance.

Electrification and e-mobility solutions are key enablers for reducing CO2 emissions. E-mobility will play a key role in solving many of the challenges we face today with regard to energy use and urbanization.

As a clean, zero-emissions mode of transport, EVs are expected to gain popularity in the future. But at present, fully charging them is a time-consuming process that can take several hours using a household power supply; also the widespread belief is that the cars are too expensive. In addition, EVs are only able to drive short distances compared to gasoline-engine vehicles. Easily accessible charging infrastructure is a prerequisite for the transition to electric vehicles. There is still significant uncertainty as to when actual, large-scale adoption of electric vehicles will occur.

Our two-day conference will discuss today’s technologies and tomorrow’s solutions for smart charging, investment needs and business models for e-mobility, latest trends in e-mobility and charging and update on Charging Infrastructure Market.

Our attendees will have the opportunity to network with experts in the field while learning and sharing their experience

Key Attendees of EV Charging Summit 2021

  • Ministry of power
  • Ministry of Energy, Karnataka
  • National Smart Grid Mission
  • Beauru of Energy Efficiency
  • Central Electricity Authority
  • India Smart Grid Forum
  • PGCIL, RECPDCL, NTPC, TATA Power,
  • Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL),
  • Magenta Power – ChargeGrid,
  • Fortum – Charge & Drive,
  • TecSo ChargeZone (P) Ltd – Charge+Zone,
  • Tvesas Electric Solutions (P) Ltd – Volttic,
  • Ather Energy – Ather Grid,
  • EV Motors India (P) Ltd – PlugNgo
  • Bangalore Electricity Supply Company - BESCOM
  • Telangana State Northern Power Distribution Company Limited - TSNPDCL
  • Telangana State Southern Power Distribution Company Limited - TSSPDCL
  • Ajmer Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd - AVVNL
  • Jodhpur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Limited - JDVVNL
  • Kerala State Electricity Board - KSEB

KEY DISCUSSION TOPICS

Charging Infrastructure Market: Update and Transformation On the road to Mass Market: How can automakers captivate consumers and achieve mass-market electric vehicle adoption? Electro mobility Developments Across India Charging infrastructure requirements for public ­transport systems Location model for detecting infrastructural demands Fast EV charging : Implementation and challenges Latest plans and policies on boosting EVs and charging infrastructure Latest trends in e-mobility and charging Today’s technologies and tomorrow’s solutions for smart charging Investment needs and business models for e-mobility, E highways for electric vehicles: Challenges and opportunities. Solving the Climate Crisis with E-Mobility within the next 10 Years is real?

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Global Views from OEMs, CPOs, Utilities, EVSEs and Standardization Committees

Mr. Andreas Blin

Manager of International Sales & Business Development at has·to·be gmbh

Mr. Ravin Mirchandani

Chairman - Ador Digatron Pvt Ltd

Mr. Enrique Pastor Segura

e-Mobility, Global Head of Sales Innovation Business - Schneider Electric

Mr. Shri. Sudhendu J. Sinha

Adviser (Infrastructure Connectivity & Electric Mobility) in NITI Aayog.

Mr. Himanshu Patel

CEO & Founder Triton Electric Vehicle, LLC

Mr. Anantha Bhargava Gollapalli

Founder & CEO
Enercent Technologies Pvt Ltd

Mr. Sridhar Dharmarajan (DS)

Executive Vice President & Managing Director-Hexagon

Mr. Sandeep Bangia

Head - EV, HA & ESCO Business - TATA POWER

Mr. Chandrashekhar Bhide

Co-founder of LithionPower Private Limited.

Ms. PRITY SINGH

MANAGING DIRECTOR – INDIA - ELOCITY TECHNOLOGIES INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED

Mr. DINESH CHANDRA

CTO - ELOCITY TECHNOLOGIES INDIA PRIVATE LIMITED

Mr. N Mohan

Deputy General Manager (Head - EV Charging Infrastructure Convergence Energy Services Limited

Mr. Jitendra Nalwaya

Vice President BSES Yamuna Power Limited

Mr. Maxson Lewis

Managing Director & Co-founder, Magenta Group

Mr. Shri DV Ramakrishna

Project Director(Projects & Business Development and Electric Vehicle for the State of Telangana)

Mr. Abhishek Bansal

Investment Specialist for Auto/Electric Mobility at Invest India

Mr. Amit Kekare

Head of Future Grids, Siemens Ltd.

Mr. Suddhasatta Kundu

Senior Manager (Technical Advisory) - India Smart Grid Forum (ISGF)

Mr. Kavan Mukhtyar

Partner, India Automotive Leader, PwC India

Mr. Prof. Ashish Verma

Associate Professor, Transportation Systems Engineering (TSE), Convenor, IISc Sustainable Transportation Lab (IST Lab), Indian Institute of Science (IISc)

Mr. Harshvardhan Sharma

Head - Auto Retail Practice - Nomura

Mr. Kaushik Madhavan

Vice President - Mobility Frost & Sullivan

Ms. Chandana Sasidharan

Power Utility and Electricity Mobility vertical of AEEE as a Senior Research Associate

Mr. C.K. Sreenath

DGM, Smart-grid and EV – BESCOM

Mr. Shambhu Shankar Gupta

Techincal head - RECPDCL - Rural Electrification Corporation Limited.

Mr. Vaibhav Deshwal

Product Marketing Specialist at ABB | Electric Vehicle Charging Stations | E-Mobility

Mr. Amit Bhatt

Director of Integrated Urban Transport, WRI India

Mr. Sameer Aggarwal

Founder of Revfin

Mr. Dr Anup Bandivadekar

Passenger Vehicle Program & India Director - International Council on Clean Transportation

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

This is an online event. You do not have to travel to any specific location. You can participate from your convenient location. The virtual event is accessible from computer, mobile and tablet devices.
You do not need to download or install any software to attend. It’s web-based, so all you will need is a computer / mobile / tablet device and an internet connection.
Your login details will be emailed to you ahead of the event. You can use those details to access the online event.
Yes. Like any physical event, we will have a Cart for you! You can add all of the documents available to the online Cart in your account and then email them to yourself by simply entering your email.
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WHY ATTEND VIRTUALLY

ATTENDEE

1. Network and connect across geographies, Save on Time & Cost to Travel

2. Chat with peers through the integrated chat rooms on topics of common interest

3. Interact with panelists from across the globe

4. Download brochures and other exhibit materials

5. Replay on demand sessions at your convenience

PARTNER

1. Connect with your target audience from anywhere in the world

2. Full event analytics and event data help to measure event ROI

3. Interactive branding opportunities throughout the virtual portal

4. Scale-up your reach with attendees joining across geographies

5. Real-time audience interactions with polls and surveys

EXHIBITOR

1. Connect over one-on-one chat with your Target Audience

2. Station a company representative to offer solutions to queries

3. Customise your exhibition stalls and get more interaction from attendees

4. Trackable data for all the interactions

5. Share your Portfolio, Case Studies and Testimonials with visitors

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