India is determined to be to achieve Net-Zero carbon emissions by 2070. Transport sector will play very important role in achieving this target. This is why the sector is actively pushing for zero emission vehicles by 2040. With significant support from the government and a growing awareness for the planet - the Indian EV industry has witnessed significant growth in the last two-three years.
Assessing the growth of the Indian EV industry
How is India working towards making the country probably the biggest EV market?
10:45 - 11:30
ACCELERATING INDIA'S EV ADOPTION
Decarbonizing the Indian mobility sector has gained significant traction in the last few years. The adoption of EVs by the general masses continues to remain slow - to be able to meet its net-zero targets, India must explore innovative ways to accelerate the adoption of EVs.
Going from aspiration to execution to delivery. Driving the growth of the Indian EV Ecosystem with innovation: Rethinking E-mobility
Creating more awareness on environmental impact of fossil fuels
Designing and developing new innovative and affordable EV technologies
Director, Electric Mobility, NitiAyog
Managing Partner, IAN Alpha Fund
Dr. Yogesh Bhatia
Managing Director, LML Electric
President – Bus Division, Volvo &EicherGroup
11:30 - 11:50
Networking Tea/Coffee Break
11:50 - 12:05
Catalyzing EV Adoption through Agile Logistic
Phaneesh S Prakash
Business Head, Porter For Enterprise
12:05 - 12:40
INNOVATION IN CHARGING INFRA : DESIGNING NEW GRIDS AND POWER STATIONS
More power to the consumer - requires design and development of new power grids. Building with the future in mind as the demand for power is bound to increase with the increasing number of EVs on the Road. Meeting this increasing demand cannot just be left to power generation from conventional sources
Designing and development of new power grids to meet increasing demand of the EVs
Scaling up the charging infrastructure to meet the growing EV adoption pace? How can we fast pace the availibility of charging grid at close quarters for EV owning Indians.
Co-Founder, Log9 Materials
Co-Founder & CEO, I-Electrik
Verticle lead, Investors & Franchise Relations
MD, FenFeo Automation
12:40 - 13:10
Standalone Session / Afternoon keynote
13:10 - 14:00
14:00 - 14:15
Sponsor Session 2
14:15 - 15:00
Session 3 Standalone Session / Case Study
INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN EV SECTOR
To fuel the growth of the sector India must devise and deploy a robust strategy to allow for increased investment opportunities. As the sector grows, so does the nation.
Assessing the critical role of attracting more investments
The need for regulatory support to help channel more investments in EVs
How can India further open investment opportunities in the Indian EV sector?
Partner, 100X VC
Investment Team, Blume Ventures
Principal Investments, Mumbai Angels
Partner, Stride Ventures
15:00 - 15:35
MAKING EV FOR EVERYONE
One of the major hurdles to the adoption of EVs is the pricing of the vehicles. Much of the price is accounted for the battery unit/power storage of the vehicle. Making EVs affordable is vital to the growth of the industry.
Putting the customer first - building and pricing for the customer
Revisiting the pricing of EVs - assessing how they can be made affordable
Is it possible to source the materials domestically without compromising on quality?
Emote Electric, Founder
Baaz Bikes, Founder
15:35 - 16:00
Session 5 Standalone Session
CONSUMER FINANCING FOR EVs : OPPORTUNITIES AND CONCERNS
There is huge opportunity for banks and financial institutions in the field of EV financing. However, this segment has remained almost neglected, willingly or unwillingly so far, leaving no room for aspiring consumers. Experts believe that EV financing could become goldmine for early movers in segment.
Making Financing available for aspiring consumers
Concerns of financial institutions in EV financing
CEO, LTFLoW (LoanTap Financial Technologies)
Business Unit head, Credit Fair.
VP, Enterprise Sales, Paytail
Former Chairman, Union Bank of India / Former MD , Pfizer India
PRE-OWNED EV MARKET : BIG BUSINESS, BIGGER OPPORTUNITIES
Pre-owned vehicle size in India is among the largest in the world, and electric mobility is going to add more vanues of business for the companies in this business. According to various reports, Indian pre-owned vehicle business may touch $ 75 bn by 2027.
Opportunities ahead of companies in this business
Readiness of companies to tap the market
Hurdles to be recognised and rectified
Business Head - BLive EV Stores
18:00 - 19:30
EV Awards Ceremony
19:30 - 19:45
Vote of Thanks of Close of Day 1
Dec 3rd 2022
10:10 - 10:50
HOW ELECTRIC VEHICLES CAN SEE FASTER COMMERCIAL ADOPTION
Electric trucks and buses can accelerate more rapidly and the marketplace for these vehicles is also accelerating. Different vehicle applications, duty cycles, charging systems, utility company support, and rate plans will all impact the success of implementations. Resiliency is now far more complicated than an extra tank of diesel fuel.
Measures to accelerate the use of Electric Trucks & Buses: Ramping Up in Volume & Complexity
Charged Up over Medium Duty Charging
Challenges from the MD & HD electric vehicles, charging systems, the grid, and the people using them.
Enhancing Grid Resiliency to Support Zero Emission Bus Deployments
The Fleet Development of EV Trucks
Founder & CEO, Howddy
Gensol Electric Vehicles Pvt Ltd
Founder, Xponents Venture Studio
Networking Tea Break
THE NEW GENERATION OF BATTERY TECHNOLOGY
Batteries are the most important part of entire EV value chain and India is nearly completely dependent on import of latest EV battery components. As the country is rapidly moving towards faster adoption of electric mobility, it is important that the country develops latest and indigenous technologies in EV manufacturing.
Vision for the Lithium-Battery Supply Chain
Battery recycling forecasts for 2030
Battery Energy Storage in the Distributed Energy Network
Building infrastructure for Fast charging and longer battery cycle life
Establishing higher safety of Battery.
CEO & Co-Founder, iVOOMi
Hiren Pravin Shah
Executive Director & CEO, ReplusEngitech
Founder & CEO, PMV Electric
Mukesh Kumar Bansal
CTO, Telio EV
11:50 - 12:30
HOW ARE OEMs CATCHING UP WITH OPPORTUNITIES IN ELECTRIC MOBILITY
India is turning into a manufacturing hub for rest of the world not only as one of the best alternativeS, but also as strongest competitive of China. Supported by changed scenario of doing business in recent years and government's push through various policies, India is poised to replace China even in equipment and components manufacturing sooner than expected.
Vision of the OEM companies about changing scenario
Challenges of speed in supplying equipments
Issues related with supply chain
Building infrastructure for faster commencement and operations of OEM facility.
Kalyan C Korimerla
Managing Director, Etrio
Co-Founder & Chief Marketing Officer, EMotorad
CEO, Pravaig Dynamics
Managing Director, Gannet Engineering Pvt. Ltd.
12:30 - 01:10
SMART CITY CANVAS OF INDIA
With speedy implimentation on development of 100 smart cities where everything will be greener and cleaner, electric vehicle sector is going rule the mobility in and around such cities across the country. These cities will require infrastructure of EV chain from distribution to retailing and charging to workshops.
Preparedness of companies to tap such markets
Assessing the challenges of managing demand and supply
What can companies do to tap opportunities in such cities
Director - Transport, Logistics and Mobility, CRISIL Ltd
Director - Ease of Doing Business | Project Director- NHEV
Project Head - India Road Safety 2.0, World Economic Forum