EV INTERNATIONAL SHOW

India's Complete Electric, Eco-Hybrid Transport Event

Next Events:
MUMBAI Date & Venue: 13-15 March 2024, Bombay Exhibition Centre, NESCO, Goregaon, Mumbai
PUNE: Mahalaxmi Lawns, Karve Nagar, Pune
GOA: Dr. SP Mukherjee AC Stadium, Panaji, Goa
OTHER CITIES: Get in touch for more info +91 9769555657

HIGHLIGHTS

India with Trinity – committed to a greener world

  • A seamless networking & business matchmaking platform
  • Breakthroughs, great market potential & future roadmap
  • A ‘Hybrid Show’ with both physical and virtual coverage
  • Peer to peer discussions on the latest in the industry
  • Exclusive insights & government representations
  • EV enthusiasts and buyers by the thousands

It will showcase the latest offerings and offer networking with peers & business prospects from the entire EV & HEV supply chain – OEMs, component & service providers, battery technology companies, mobility service providers, software providers, charging systems and solution providers, investors and franchisees, autonomous driving tech companies, eMaaS, batteries, transporters, electronics, motors, inverters, power management, charging, fleet electrification, smart & next-gen technologies…. The 2nd EV International Show will provide an update on the ever changing market dynamics driven by consumer demand for next-gen technology and products. Here you will find the newest in design, charging and infrastructure for automotive, heavy industries, marine, aerospace, public & personal electric and hybrid vehicles.

India EV Conference: E-charging Ecosystem

The conference and seminars will deal with EV trends and be a forum for exchange of trailblazing views & discussions with officials, policymakers, market-leaders and industry visionaries on trending topics including, battery technologies, energy storage solutions, developing charging infrastructure, etc. It will be three days of senior-level executive insights, unrivaled networking and knowledge sharing opportunities with high-value actionable content on multiple facets of the EV ecosystem. There would be live/pre-recorded sessions including a series of keynotes, presentations and panel discussions with live interaction.

The objective of the seminars will be to connect and create an ideal ambience for networking, collaborations and strategizing, leading to partnerships or joint-ventures. The ultimate goal is to have onboard all stakeholders and strengthen the EV ecosystem.

  • Commercial & heavy-duty vehicle electrification
  • Thermal management for next-gen battery packs
  • Ultra-fast charging stations & infrastructure
  • Charging Infra – challenges & opportunities
  • Policies, incentives, standards & programs
  • Electrolyte leakage & cell thermal runaway
  • Integrating renewables & battery storage
  • Charging electric car by power cable
  • Market expansion & battery demand
  • Challenges for network operators
  • Power distribution & protection
  • New technologies & innovations
  • Sustainability & clean energy
  • Investment & business models
  • Thermal & energy management
  • Wireless charging solutions
  • Battery test engineering
  • Traction motors for EV
  • Electric motor design
  • Software & IT support
  • Battery Swapping
  • Transparent cars
  • And much more…

Concurrent Battery Expo

Batteries for Automotive, Manufacturing, Medical Tech, Defense & Telecom

  • Policies for the Battery Industry
  • Utility & Renewable Energy Support
  • CPU with Binary Numbers & Blueprint
  • Technology, Materials & New Applications
  • Battery Design, Cell Modeling & Recycling
  • Battery Market Forecasts & Regulatory Look
  • Battery Supply Chain & Material Sustainability
  • Power Cell Market, Components & Accessories
  • Electrical Car Dashboard & Thermal Management
  • Battery Chemistry Evolution & Solid-state Batteries
  • Advanced Silicon Anode Tech & White Electrical Sedan

FAME-II To PLI – Government Making India
– A International EV Hub

Mr. Anil Firojiya, Minister of Heavy Industries said in the Lok Sabha that GST rates on electric vehicles and chargers or charging stations have been reduced from 12 per cent and 18 per cent, respectively, to 5 per cent. To make India a manufacturing hub for electric vehicles in the coming five years, the government has taken several initiatives. He said recently, that the demand incentive under the FAME-II scheme has been increased to Rs 15,000/KWh from Rs 10,000/KWh, with an increase in cap from 20 per cent to 40 per cent of the cost of the vehicle, thus enabling the cost of electric two-wheelers at par with ICE two-wheeler vehicle.

The government on May 12, 2021, also approved a Production Linked Incentive (PLI) scheme for the manufacturing of advanced chemistry cell (ACC) in the country to bring down prices of batteries. A drop in battery price will result in cost reduction of electric vehicles, he said. The Ministry of Road Transport & Highways (MoRTH) has also announced that battery-operated vehicles will be given green licence plates and be exempted from permit requirements. “MoRTH issued a notification advising states to waive road tax on EVs, which in turn will help reduce the initial cost of Evs,” he said.

Notably, the Ministry of Heavy Industries had started phase-II of the Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid &) Electric Vehicles in India (FAME India) Scheme in 2015 to promote EV and hybrid vehicles adoption in India, with Rs 10,000 crore budgetary support. The phase focused on supporting electrification of public and shared transportation and aims to support, through subsidies, 7,090 e-Buses, 5 lakh e-3 wheelers, 55,000 e-4 wheeler passenger cars and 10 lakh e-2 Wheelers. The scheme also supports the creation of charging infrastructure.

The upfront cost of EVs is higher than the internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles. However, the operational cost of EVs is lower than the of ICE vehicles. EVs are being supported by the way of demand incentives under FAME India Scheme phase II to reduce the cost difference between the electric vehicles and ICE vehicles.

Best Electric Mobility Awards

The Chamber for Import, Export & Health, along with The Trinity Group has been presenting over the last almost 20 years – The Best of India . Biz Award for different industrial verticles. Since the Goa EV Expo, The BEST ELECTRIC MOBILITY AWARDS were added and presented at the hands of Goa’s Power & Energy Minister at a glittering ceremony.

The BEST ELECTRIC MOBILITY AWARDS are most prestigious in the Electric Vehicle and related industries for products and services. They honour, celebrate, recognize and highlight success stories, achievements, innovation, market leaders, new entrants and those who have made valuable contributions in the industry and assisted in energy-efficiency, fuel-security, environment protection, green innovation, etc. Some of the categories are:

The BEST ELECTRIC

  • State Govt Policy
  • Public Sector Undertaking
  • Central Government Agency
  • Friendly Union Minister
  • Car of The Year
  • Bike of the Year
  • Scooter of the Year
  • Cycle of the Year
  • Bus of the Year
  • Rickshawof the Year
  • Vehicle of the Year
  • Truck of the Year
  • Tractor of the Year
  • Tech Provider of the Year
  • Interiors of the Year
  • Exteriors of the Year
  • EV Engineer of the Year
  • EV Tech Developer
  • Battery Tech Provider
  • EV Battery Manufacturer
  • Charging Infra Provider
  • Charging Station Leader
  • Other EVs of the Year
  • IT Solutions Provider
  • Auto Part Manufacturer
  • Charging Equipment Manufacturer
  • Software Developer of the Year
  • Financier/Investor of the Year
  • Insurer of the Year
  • Infra Provider of The Year
  • Seller of the Year
  • Exporter of the Year
  • Charge Point Manufacturer
  • Start-up Company of the Year
  • Dealers of the Year
  • And Many More Categories