Electrifying the Future of Indian Mobility
The E-Mobility India Forum, launched by Messe Frankfurt India and powered by NGV India Summit, at Le Meridien, New Delhi was a great platform for discussing concepts relating to electric vehicles in India. Top OEMs, auto component manufacturers and representatives from the government deliberated upon the challenges relating to adoption of electric vehicles in India.
Participants delved into discussing about the various fundamental topics relating to Indian electric vehicle industry including future of mobility post the conversion to electric vehicles, electric vehicle incentives, policy, challenges and government support in accelerating electrification, opportunities and challenges for auto OEMs, accelerating electric vehicle component manufacturing growth through Make in India, electric vehicle infrastructure and innovative business models, etc.
Expressing his views on the electric vehicle revolution in India, Balbir Singh Dhillon, Head, Audi India said, “When it comes to the success of e-mobility in India, I think we are on the way to becoming a big market for EV. OEMs, policy makers or infra companies converging together is creating a massive pull towards this movement and our responsibility as OEMs, is to give charging facility to our customers.”