Messe Frankfurt to Organise E-Mobility India Forum in Delhi

Business Events | August 5, 2021 | News

Messe Frankfurt E-Mobility India Forum

Messe Frankfurt India, a trade fair, congress and event organiser, has announced the launch of E-Mobility India Forum on 7 October 2021 at Le Meridien, New Delhi.

The forum will invite electric vehicles (EV) brand leaders and government dignitaries to discuss opportunities and challenges that the country is facing on the path to achieve a complete EV ecosystem.

The forum will be held under the safety protocols of 'MFI SafeConnect,' in accordance with the government's health and safety guidelines. The E-Mobility India Forum will be ‘powered by’ NGV (Natural Gas Vehicles) India Summit. The NGV Summit is also organised by Messe Frankfurt India.

Confirmed speakers at E-Mobility India Forum 2021 include Naveen Munjal, MD, Hero Electric Vehicles; Balbir Singh Dhillon, Head, Audi India; RRK Kishore, Director – Technical, Association of State Road Transport Undertakings (ASRTU); Sudhendu J Sinha, Advisor, Infrastructure Connectivity & Electric Mobility vertical, NITI Aayog; Sandeep Bangia, Business Head – EV Charging Ecosystem, Home Automation, ESCO, Tata Power;  and Kaushik Madhavan, VP – Mobility, Frost & Sullivan.

“Over the past few years, a vast number of startups have emerged to work in the EV ecosystem either in the capacity of manufacturers or service providers, along with some of the leading automotive giants who recognise the potential of e-mobility. With E-Mobility India Forum, Messe Frankfurt India aims to create a platform where automotive players can gain strong insight into the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead in India’s path to embrace e-mobility,” said Raj Manek, Executive Director & Board Member, Messe Frankfurt Asia.

Topics identified for the forum include:

- Conversion to e-mobility
- Competition/opportunity created by Tesla’s entry in the Indian market 
- EV incentives, policy challenges and support extended by the government to accelerate electrification


The event on 7 October 2021 will see electric vehicles leaders and government dignitaries discuss opportunities and challenges on the path to a complete EV ecosystem.

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