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Power2Drive India is India’s premier exhibition for electric mobility and charging solutions. After one year as special exhibition and focus topic of Intersolar India, Power2Drive India will start as autonomous exhibition in 2019. It will be held in parallel to Intersolar India and ees India taking place at the Bangalore International Exhibition Centre in the capital city of Karnataka on November 27-29, 2019. Power2Drive India is a must-attend platform for automakers, electric mobility start-ups, suppliers and distributors of electric mobility and transportation. It belongs to the exhibition trio The smarter E India – India’s innovation hub for the new energy world.
With the Electric Vehicle and Energy Storage Policy 2017, the government of Karnataka is India`s first state to launch a specific EV and energy storage policy. Karnataka intends to make Bangalore the Electric Vehicle Capital of India and hub for energy storage production.
With Power2Drive Europe in Munich, Power2Drive North America in San Francisco, Power2Drive South America in São Paulo and Power2Drive India in Bangalore, Power2Drive is represented on four continents.
Future mobility show 2021
FMS 2021 will be taking the dialogue forward and exploring more options that India needs to look into both from the technology aspect and the fuel choice. It is an industry initiative to bring all stakeholders under one platform to find suitable solutions to achieve zero emission mobility in India for future, in line with the Government of India initiatives for this segment. FMS 2021 will showcase the latest products and technologies of zero-emission standards from around the world, including zero-emission vehicles for future mobility, alternate energy solutions, and related infrastructure to support this initiative.
An international conference will also be held concurrently with FMS 2021. This forum will provide an opportunity to all stakeholders from around the globe including decision makers from Industry and Government, to come together to discuss, deliberate, and find suitable solutions for a sustainable Future Mobility for India.
Indian cities are home to millions of vehicles, contributing to traffic congestion, air pollution and inadequate parking infrastructure and operations. There is a need to address challenges like inadequate capacity of public transportation, road safety, poor traffic management, parking issues, poor infrastructure and lack of modal options (including pedestrian walkways). Transport India 2021 expo will address and showcase end-to-end future solutions for smart transport in the country.
The Government of India (GoI) envisages to make India an auto manufacturing hub. Initiatives like ‘Make in India’, ‘Automotive Mission Plan 2026’, and National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP) 2020 are expected to give a boost to the automobile sector.
GoI launched The Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of (Hybrid &) Electric Vehicles (FAME India) in 2015 as part of the National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP) 2020. It has recently announced extension of Phase I of the FAME-India scheme entailing incentives for mass adoption of electric and strong hybrid vehicles till September 30, 2018 or till its second phase is approved, whichever is earlier.
With the emergence of the new mobility eco system, Smart Mobility Expo held along with Trafficinfratech Expo and Parking Infratech Expo will focus on Future Mobility providing a platform for Electric Vehicles, Connected and Autonomous vehicles, Highspeed travel modes, Sustainable rapid transport, Common payment modes and emerging technologies including. IoT, data flow and cloud services. The Indian Government is focusing to expand the logistics sector with huge investments in Industrial corridors and technology. Smart Mobility expo will showcase technology for seamless, fast and pollution free travel experience. Electric and Hybrid Vehicles form the major element of New Mobility in India going by the investments and policies of the Government. There are plans to make the country a 100% EV nation by 2030. Electric bus manufacturers are all working with various state governments to electrify India’s public transport. With this comes the development of Charging technology & infrastructure in tandem with the entire EV ecosystem. The Expo brings together EVS, Charging technology providers, Central Monitoring Systems providers, alternate energy providers and other stakeholders.