4th EDITION EV CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE IN INDIA AND FLEET ELECTRIFICATION IN INDIA

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  • There is a 20 per cent “early bird” discount for those registering before December 01, 2022
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Ishika Rahariya – Conference Cell
Tel: +91-8380834436
Email: ishika.rahariya@indiainfrastructure.com

Mahek Popli- Conference Cell
Tel: +91-9083750218
Email: mahek.popli@indiainfrastructure.com

The conference is being organised by India Infrastructure Publishing, the leading provider of information on the infrastructure sectors. The company publishes Power Line (India’s premier power magazine), Indian Infrastructure (a magazine on infrastructure policy and finance) and Renewable Watch (covers the entire spectrum of renewable energy). It also publishes a series of reports on the energy sector including Update on Charging Infrastructure for Electric Vehicles 2022, Power Distribution in India and Power Transmission in India. The company also publishes the Power Line and Solar Directory and Yearbook.

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For sponsorship opportunities and delegate registrations, contact:

Ishika Rahariya – Conference Cell
Tel: +91-8380834436
Email: ishika.rahariya@indiainfrastructure.com

Mahek Popli- Conference Cell
Tel: +91-9083750218
Email: mahek.popli@indiainfrastructure.com

EV CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE IN INDIA

  • India has been witnessing a massive uptake of electric vehicles (EVs) across all segments owing to a strong policy direction, an expanding market as well as increasing oil prices. The ecosystem for EV charging infrastructure, which is a critical part of the entire value chain, has also witnessed significant growth supported by fiscal and non-fiscal incentives, tenders from various agencies, and growth plans of private players.
  • The EV charging landscape is expected to continue to grow as India targets sales amounting to 30 per cent of private cars, 70 per cent of commercial vehicles, and 80 per cent of two- and three-wheelers by 2030. In fact, a record number of over 100,000 EVs were sold in October 2022 according to government statistics. Further, a policy for battery swapping has also been issued and there is a renewed focus on developing adequate regulatory frameworks and standards. Thus, the Indian EV charging market is evolving rapidly with the adoption of the latest charging technologies, the entry of large charge point operators in this space, and a focus on interoperability and charging networks.
  • The one-day conference on “EV Charging Infrastructure in India” will highlight the emerging landscape, plans and policies, opportunities, and technology innovations in the Indian EV charging market. It will bring together regulators, policymakers, charging network operators, discoms, technology providers and consultants to discuss the key challenges and solutions for developing effective country-wide EV charging ecosystems.

FLEET ELECTRIFICATION IN INDIA

  • Fleet operators are the primary adopters of electric mobility in India’s expanding electric vehicle (EV) market. While various state, city and private bus operators are rapidly electrifying their bus fleets, corporates are not far behind in transitioning to EVs. E-commerce and delivery giants, especially, have taken major steps to reduce their consumption of carbon-intensive fuels and many have even set targets for the electrification of their fleets.
  • Automobile manufacturing companies are now directly partnering with corporates to help them switch to EVs. The fleet electrification market in India is expanding rapidly, driven by increasing fuel prices, government impetus, reducing battery and EV prices, attractive partnership options with a multitude of manufacturers and emerging charging infrastructure landscape.
  • Since the total cost of ownership is the most feasible for electric two-wheelers and three-wheelers when compared to conventional internal combustion engines, these vehicle segments are witnessing the fastest uptake of EVs, even in the case of fleet electrification. Meanwhile, a few cab aggregators in the four-wheeler segment have entered the market in recent months to offer clean transport at affordable prices to consumers.
  • The one-day conference on Fleet Electrification in India will highlight the growth trends and potential, emerging drivers, plans of various players and outlook for the sector. It will bring together fleet operators, manufacturers, technology providers, policymakers and transport agencies, charging station developers and consultants to deliberate on the various opportunities and share their experiences in the fleet electrification market in India.

EV CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE IN INDIA

Growth Trends and Ecosystem

  • What are the key trends, policy initiatives and recent developments in the EV charging landscape in India?
  • What are the potential opportunities for various stakeholders and associated challenges?
  • What is the estimated potential and outlook for growth of EV charging infrastructure in India?

Policy and Regulatory Environment

  • What have been the key initiatives to drive the deployment of charging infrastructure? What has been the progress under FAME-II?
  • What are the existing fiscal and non-fiscal incentives for setting up charging infrastructure? What are the emerging charging station guidelines?
  • What have been the recent developments in standard formulation? What other measures are required?

Charging Network Developers’ Perspective

  • How has the EV charging landscape evolved over the past few years?
  • What has been the experience with the initial charging infrastructure? What are the emerging business models?
  • What are the key challenges and solutions to address them?

EV Charging Technologies

  • What have been the recent technology advancements in the charging infrastructure equipment space?
  • What is their likely impact on cost and efficiency?
  • What has the global R&D direction been like? What are the key focus areas?

Battery Swapping Potential and Plans

  • What are the key considerations for setting up battery swapping stations? What has been the initial experience?
  • What is your take on the recent draft Battery Swapping Policy? What incentives are currently being offered by the central and various state governments for setting up battery swapping facilities?
  • How can India overcome the challenges associated with battery design and safety considerations? What measures need to be taken to ensure a seamless user experience?

Role of Utilities and Impact on Grid

  • What is the discom perspective on the EV market in India? What have been the key initiatives in the charging infrastructure space?
  • What is the likely impact on power demand and revenue? How would the growth in EVs impact voltage profile?
  • What has been the discoms’ approach so far? What are their future plans?

Charging Networks and Interoperability

  • What are the different standards and communication protocols in use today for roaming agreements and charging networks?
  • What are the different features of the various EV network management platforms available in the Indian market today?
  • What is the need for interoperability in the Indian EV charging space? What benefits does it hold for EV users and charge point operators?

Case Studies: Captive and Public Charging Infrastructure

  • What is the potential for captive and public charging infrastructure in India?
  • What are the noteworthy projects? What are the cost trends?
  • What has been their experience and what were the key challenges?

FLEET ELECTRIFICATION IN INDIA

Market Potential and Opportunities

  • What have been the growth trends in fleet electrification?
  • Which agencies or corporations are the earliest adopters of EV fleets?
  • What is the market potential for fleet electrification? What are the emerging opportunities?

Government Policies and Plans

  • What have been the key policy developments in this space?
  • What fiscal and non-fiscal incentives are given by the central and state governments for EVs?
  • What measures are further required to enhance EV uptake?

Fleet Operators’ Perspective

  • What has been the early experience of fleet operators?
  • Who are the major adopters of electric fleets? Which are the most popular business models?
  • What are the key challenges and how can they be addressed?

Charging Requirements for Fleets

  • What has been the experience regarding EV charging infrastructure?
  • What type of services do charging network developers provide to fleet operators?
  • Which are the key business models in this space? What is their affordability?

Plans and Experience of OEMs

  • How has the EV market evolved over the past few years? What is the potential in fleet electrification?
  • What has been the early experience with respect to partnerships? Which are the emerging business models?
  • What measures need to be taken to ensure the faster roll-out of EVs?

Bus Electrification in States

  • What have been the recent developments in the adoption of electric buses?
  • Have any tenders been launched or are planned to be launched for the procurement of electric buses by state agencies?
  • What has been the early experience? What are the various challenges?

Adoption of Two and Three-Wheeler Electric Fleets

  • What have been the key growth drivers in the adoption of electric two and three wheelers?
  • Who have been the earliest adopters? What is the cost-benefit in using electric fleets for these users?
  • What is the future outlook?

EV CHARGING INFRASTRUCTURE IN INDIA

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Sumit Ahuja, Founder and Director (Strategy, Innovation, Technology), Electrifee
  • Akshima Ghate, Managing Director, Rocky Mountain Institute
  • Nilesh Kane, Chief Distribution (Mumbai Operations), Tata Power
  • Maxson Lewis, Founder and MD, Magenta Power
  • Rajat Malhan, Head Micro Mobility and Infrastructure, SUN Mobility
  • Randheer Singh, Director – Electric Mobility, NITI Aayog

FLEET ELECTRIFICATION IN INDIA

Confirmed Speakers:

  • Ayush Lohia, Chief Executive Officer, Lohia Auto Industries
  • N. Mohan, Chief Executive Officer, Delhi EV Cell, Transport Department, Govt of NCT of Delhi
  • Pawan Mulukutla, Program Director – Clean Mobility and Energy Tech, WRI

The conference is targeted at top and middle-level managers from: –

  • Electricity and power-producing and selling companies
  • Transmission and distribution utilities
  • Charge point operators
  • Electric vehicle supply equipment (EVSE) providers
  • Charging technology and equipment manufacturers and suppliers
  • E-mobility service providers (EMSPs) and software suppliers
  • Fleet operators
  • Public transportation authorities
  • Commercial vehicle management companies
  • Government and regulatory agencies
  • Renewable energy companies
  • OEMs and EV manufacturers
  • Battery manufacturers
  • Contractors, engineering consultants, etc.
  • Transport and city infrastructure planning experts
  • Oil and gas supplying companies
  • Logistics and fleet operators
  • Research institutions and academia
  • Investors, Financial institutions, legal experts
  • Etc.

By :  Indian Infrastructure

  • Le Meridien
  • New Delhi

Event Schedule Details

  • February 22, 2023 (Wednesday) - February 23, 2023 (Thursday)
    10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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