E-mobility and the grid – opportunities for Swedish companies in India

22 Maj 2019
10:30 - 13:00
Energimyndigheten, Rosenlundsgatan 9, Stockholm

Did you know India has the worlds highest number of electric vehicles? In this seminar you will learn more about why you should look to the Indian market if your company is working with emobility and associated infrastructure – and about the possibility to go with us to India.

Did you know India has the worlds highest number of EVs? 5 million in fact! Did you know that Delhi will have the country's first full functioning EV ecosystem? Did you know that the government of India plans to put 7 million e-vehicles on the road within the next 7 years? Did you know that there are already pilots in place for microgrids enabling EV-integration?

In a soon to be launched report we will shed light on the EV-market in India and associated infrastructure, and where the business opportunities for Swedish companies are. In this seminar we will present highlights from the report.

Also, the Swedish Smart Grid Forum will take companies to India between October 10-18, 2019 for the Confederation of Indian Industry Zero Emissions Mobility Show, where Sweden will be one of the main country partners. Key stakeholder meetings will be organized for all companies selected, with manufacturers, utilities, financiers, fleet operators and fast-moving startups. Learn more about the offer at the seminar.

The seminar will be held in English. See registration link below.

 

Program

10.30 Registration

10.45 Offer for companies to go to India – National Summit

Albin Carlen, International Programme Director, Swedish Smart Grid Forum

10.55 Perspective of the emobility future

Jörgen Lööf, CEO, ElectriCITY

11.00 Green Gothenburg and e-mobility or electromobility

Business Region Gothenburg

11.05 It is a Buyers Market – perspective from operations on the Emerging Markets

(To be confirmed)

11.20 Electromobility & the Grid – Status of the market in India and opportunities for Swedish companies

Arati Davis, Vice President, Sweden India Business Council

11.40 Panel Discussion with speakers

Moderator Albin Carlen

12.10–13.00 Mingle with lunch

The seminar will also be live-streamed.

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