EV India 2023, an electric motor vehicle show got concluded on 16th September, 2023 at India Expo Centre, Greter Noida, U.P., India. The expo was organized by NGO Green Society of India in collaboration with Indian Exhibition Services an exhibition organizing company. This international expo provided the opportunity and platform to electric vehicle manufacturers to showcase their latest Products, technology and equipment, Smart and NextGen transport, electric passengers’ cars, scooter, motorcycle, cycles, buses etc to meet and network with the trade industry as well as end users with the main aim to find out new business and protection of the environment.
The expo enables a big platform to 200 exhibitors to launch and showcase their latest products as well as gives an opportunity to network within the industry. The exhibitors included Tata Motors, Zen Mobility, Quantum Energy, Yakuza e bike, Dynamo Electric, among others. The exhibition witnessed approximately 10,000 visitor per day. The expo is the best public interactive platform for resources sharing, product purchase and brand display for the people and industry.
The concurrent runned events along with the exhibition was E-Charge Forum, Electrical Vehicle-The future of Transport (National Seminar on Electric Vehicles and Allied Industries), E-mobility Awards, Green Drive 3.0.
The event focused on various industries like electric vehicles, charging infrastructure, equipment & solutions, Auto Components, battery manufacturer, battery management system, battery storage system and many more.
Electric Vehicle Industry
The electric vehicle market is expected to grow at CAGR of 43.13 per cent between 2019 and 2030. The electric vehicle industry will follow a J-curve in the coming years and will suddenly shoot up after 2020-2021. The next couple of years are important for the Indian electric vehicle industry as the market is poised to grow like never before. The electric vehicle (EV) market is forecasted to be a Rs 50,000-crore opportunity in India by 2025, with two- and three-wheelers expected to drive higher electrification of the vehicles in the medium term.
The visitors profile for the exhibition was Education & Research Institutes, Exporters & Importers, Retailers & Suppliers, Municipalities & Development Authorities, Ministries & Government Officers, Environmental NGO, Government Policy Makers & Urban Planners, Corporate House, Environment Monitoring Authorities, Public Health Departments, Hospitals and Hotels,Consultants and Advisors, Facility Management Companies, RWA’S and many more.
The expo had organized, E- Charge Forum , an International Summit, focussed on Electric Vehicle Charging Technology & Infrastructure and dedicated to EV Industry experts, EV Charging Equipment Manufacturers and Charging Infrastructure Developers. Through the conference the visitors could explore and establish electrical infrastructure and charge points to meet the needs of a new generation of electric vehicles and a platform to discuss about the development Challenges and opportunities in the industry and a high-level networking for the people of Electric Vehicle Charging Technology & Infrastructure sector. It is also an open platform to exchange the views, share the knowledge to promote the EV Charging infrastructure in India.
The exhibitors and visitors of exhibition was able to meet high quality prospects and decision makers, brand building opportunity among the industry and general public, direct interaction with industry suppliers, buyers and distributors. Find out the latest technologies, products and services, new import & export opportunity, network with industry professionals, a platform to launch new products and explore joint venture & partnership.