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Leading Indian & Global Companies Sharing their Expertise

Speakers

Shri. Mohd. Mahmood Ali

Honorable Dy. Chief Minister – Telangana state

Shri Bandaru Dattatreya

Honorable
Member of Parliament

Mr. Mahesh Babu

CEO
Mahindra Electric

E V Narasimhan Reddy

Vice Chairman & Managing Director (FAC) – TSIIC

Mr. Sohinder Singh Gill

CEO – Hero Electric & Director
SMEV

Hemalatha Annamalai

Chairman Founder & CEO
Ampere Vehicles Pvt Ltd

Dakota Molding

Dr. Allabaksh Naikodi

Head R&D EE
Mahindra Reva EV

Mr. M.J. Purohit

Chairman and Managing Director at Axiom Energy

Shri W.R. Reddy IAS

Director General
NIRD

Mr. Vijay Nekkalapudi

Government Advisory
KPMG

Mr. Ayush Lohia

CEO
Lohia Auto

Dakota Molding

Mr. Venkateshwarlu Manne

Manager R&D
Amara Raja Batteries

Dakota Molding

Mr. Debi Prasad Dash

Director
Indian Energy Storage Alliance

First State Bank

Mr. Jacob Thekkekara

CTO
PI Beam Labs

Mr. Gayam Raja

CEO
Gayam Motor Works

Mr. Nishit Shankar

Automotive Strategist |Manager
TUV Rheinland

Mr. Zafar Equbal

CEO
Goenka Electric

Mr. Hassan M Ahmed

Director-Marketing at Axiom Energy

Mr. Suman Jagdev

Senior Director
Alvarez & Marsal

Mr. Parveen Kharb

CEO
Twenty Two Motors

Dr. R. Gopalan

Associate Director
ARCI

Mr. Yogesh Iyer

Founder & CEO
CAS Modelling

Mr. Madhavan Nampoothiri

Managing Partner
Aspirations Cleantech
Ventures.

Mr. Sriram Tirunantalwan

Lead for Business Development, Electric Vehicles
Ashok Leyland

Mr. Vibhav Kant Upadhyay

Chairman
ICF

First State Bank

Mr. Anil Yadav

Head of Region Asia, Business unit Hybrid Electric Vehicle at Continental

Mr. Yuvraj Sarda

Senior Manager, Strategy at SUN Mobility

Dr. Yashodhan Gokhale

Business Development & Operations Manager
Octillion Power Systems

Mr. Aseem Goyal

Business Development Strategist With EV & Charging Infra at Panasonic

Narasimhan Santhanam

Founder & Director
Energy Alternatives India

What is the EVREX 2018 Summit all about?

The Indian Electric Vehicle Industry could cumulatively add about $300 billion by 2030 (Rs 20,00,000 crores), according to NITI Aayog.

This is a massive opportunity for a wide range of Indian businesses – both large and small, and in all main value chain sectors – manufacturing, trading and services.

Add to this business potential a significant thrust on electric mobility by the Indian government and market. We can now see how important this industry is becoming.

It is thus critical to move the Indian electric vehicle industry to the next level through the collective experience and wisdom of all the key stakeholders.

EVREX 2018 Summit aims to bring all the key EV sector stakeholders to take the electric vehicles market in India to the next orbit.

What EV product segments will you get to know at the EVREX Summit?

  • Pure Electric Cars
  • Hybrid & Plug-in Hybrid EVs
  • Electric Scooters
  • Electric Bicycles
  • Electric 3-wheelers
    • Cycle Rickshaws
    • Autorickshaws
  • Electric Trucks
  • Electric Buses

Dealer & Sales Opportunity Meetings

One-on-one meetings between EV company executives and delegates keen on taking dealership or distributorship of electric vehicles

Custom
B2B Meetings

Our team will arrange B2B meetings for component suppliers with OEMs and other EV companies present
at the Summit

Who will the summit be useful for?

The following stakeholders will benefit significantly from EVREX 2018 Summit:

  • Entrepreneurs, small business and startups keen on benefitting from the EV opportunities
  • Established companies keen on diversifying to manufacturing or providing solutions for the upcoming EV sector
  • Researchers & academics wishing to contribute to technological innovation for the EVs of the future
  • Officers and decision makers from the governments and municipalities responsible for sustainable transportation
  • Financial and strategic investors keen to have a play in the EV sector

For Registration, Call Yogesh 8197291578 or Send a note to evrex2018@gmail.com

What are the key benefits from the summit?

The key benefits from EVREX 2018 Summit for the delegates are:

  • Access to expert knowledge – comprising experts from all aspects of the electric vehicles business value chain
  • Productive, detailed interactions with these experts during the networking sessions
  • Practical and authentic inputs on a range of relevant topics
  • Insights on a wide spectrum of business opportunities
  • Adjoining exhibition provides hands-on experience and demonstration of electric vehicles and its components, and access to companies and suppliers

EV TV

An exciting 30 Minute Video Compilation of the Latest in Electric Vehicles from Worldwide

EV Workshop

Know the How and Why of Electric Vehicle Technology from Experts in the 1 Hour EV Workshop

Over 200 Industry Professionals and 35+ EV Experts will be at the event

Accenture India Hero Electric L&T
Amara Raja Batteries Hindustan Motors Lucas TVS
Apollo Tyres Hyundai Motor Co Mahindra Electric
Ashok Leyland IBM Maruti Suzuki
BPCL IDBI Mercedes Benz
BYD IIM Bangalore MRF
Cap Gemini India IISC Bengaluru Rane Group
Daimler IIT Madras Reliance
Eveready India IIT Mumbai Sona Koyo
Gamesa Indian Energy Storage Alliance Tata Motors
General Electric Indian Oil Corporation Tech Mahindra
GMR Group Infosys Wheels India
Greenpeace ISB Hyderabad

Who are the experts at EVREX 2018 Summit?

The experts at the EVREX 2018 Summit comprise:-

  • EV industry veterans
  • Top management from the leading EV companies
  • Technology experts from companies and leading universities
  • Bureaucrats and policy makers from the central and state governments, and
  • Officials from the supporting sectors such as banks and road infrastructure.

Why is this summit different from other EV Summit?

  • The largest dedicated summit and networking event in India for electric vehicles
  • The summit happens at a time when significant policy decisions are being made both by the central and state governments regarding adoption of electric vehicles
  • The summit will have customized sessions and systems to maximize networking between experts and delegates
  • This is not just a summit, but also has an adjoining exhibition

For Registration, Call Yogesh 8197291578 or Send a note to evrex2018@gmail.com

Highlights of EVREX Summit Agenda

The EVREX EV Summit has a good blend of practical insights & recommendations that balance highlight short term opportunities and enabling action points with strategic perspectives for the long term.

DAY 1 Jan 6 2018

Day 2 Jan 7 2018

11.00 AM – 12.15 PM: Market & Policy Overview – Updates and insights on the latest in the EV markets and policies, with a focus on India 9.00 – 11.00 AM: Innovations and R&D – Review of the latest EV innovations, and what roles Indian businesses, academia and stakeholders can play along the innovation value chain
12.15 – 1.00 PM: EV Product & Technology Trends – Insights on a diverse range of EV products – from simple e-bicycles to cutting edge electric buses. 11.15 AM – 12.30 PM: Costs & Economics Understanding the drivers for EV costs, the future projections for these costs, and the implications of these estimates for market growth and opportunities.
2.30 – 3.30 PM: Manufacturing Ecosystem & Opportunities for Indian Entrepreneurs – With a significant focus on opportunities for small and medium size Indian entrepreneurs. 12.30 – 1.15 PM: Batteries: Now and Future – Current and emerging trends in EV batteries, and the opportunities it provides for Indian businesses, especially incumbents in the energy storage space.
3.30 – 4.30 PM: Panel Discussion: Scaling & Market Growth Using Existing Technology & Infrastructure – With an emphasis on how Indian entrepreneurs can be a big part of this growth story. 2.30 – 3.30 PM: Enabling Support Ecosystem – This session has an emphasis on the support and services sector opportunities – in education & training, after-sales support and more.
4.30 PM – 6.00 PM: Workshops, B2B Meetings, Networking 3.30 – 4.30 PM: Panel Discussion: Strategic Perspectives for Indian EV – Insights on the medium and long term drivers and initiatives needed to convert electric vehicles into a mainstream sector from its current status of a small niche.
4.30 PM – 6.00 PM: Workshops, B2B Meetings, Networking
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EVREX 2018 Summit Agenda

Inauguration: 10.00 AM – 11.00 AM
Session 1: 11.00 AM -12.15 PM: Overview of EV Market Trends & Policies
This session’s focus is to provide an understanding of where the EV market currently is in India, where it can reach in the near and medium terms, the drivers that can propel it to the future, and the range of business opportunities this growth will open up in the India market. Global EV Status

Speakers Session Topics
Mr. Ayush Lohia– CEO – Lohia Auto Electric Vehicles – India & the World: Indian & Global Electric Vehicle Status & Trends
Mr. Vijay Nekkalapudi – Government Advisory at KPMG Government Policies that Can Take the Indian EV Industry to Next Orbit
Ms. Hemalatha Annamalai – Founder and CEO at Ampere Vehicles. Who Will Buy My Electric Vehicle? Trends & Market Segments for EVs in India
Mr. Narasimhan Santhanam – Co-Founder – Energy Alternatives India< EVs and Indian Business – What’s In It for You? Business Opportunities Opening Up for Small, Medium and Large Indian Businesses in EV
SESSION 2: 12.15 PM TO 1.00 PM – Electric Vehicles – Products & Supporting Technologies
Electric Vehicles represents a market with diverse value chains, technologies and products. This session focusses on the key product sectors in EV, technologies present today for these products and emerging technologies in the respective products. This session also provides an overview of the product and technology opportunities specific to different categories and profiles of Indian entrepreneurs

Speakers Session Topics
Mr. Jacob Thekkekara – CTO at PI Beam Labso EVs Beyond Cars – Opportunities in Electric 2 & 3 Wheelers, E Rickshaws
Mr. Sriram Tirunantalwan – Lead for Business Development, Electric Vehicles & e-Mobility Solutions at Ashok Leyland Electric Buses – Potential and Challenges in India
Mr. Debi Prasad Dash – Director, Indian Energy Storage Alliance How New Technology Innovations Can Overcome Costs and Battery Charging Time for EVs
>Mr. Zafara Equbal – CEO at Goenka Electric Motor Vehicles< Next Level of EV Performance from NextGen Technologies
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM: LUNCH BREAK
Session 3: 2.30PM – 3.30 PM: EV Manufacturing Value Chain – Opportunities & Challenges
How can India become a hub for electric vehicle manufacturing, similar to its success in auto components manufacturing? Can we use similar strategies, or should we consider other best of breed strategies to create such a winning ecosystem? How can Indian startups and entrepreneurs seize this opportunity and convert it into a win-win? This session discusses these critical perspectives.

Speakers Session Topics
Dr. Allabaksh Naikodi – Head R&D EE at Mahindra Reva EV Manufacturing Electric Vehicles in India – Is there Long Term Viability?
Mr. Anil Yadav– Head of Region Asia, Business unit Hybrid Electric Vehicle at Continental Best of Breed Strategies for Indigenous Supply Chain Development for EV Manufacturing & What can we learn from China?
Mr. Vibhaw –Chairman of ICF Can India Become a Manufacturing Hub for EV by 2025?
Mr. M.J.Purohit – MD – Axiom Energy Overcoming the China Factor in EV Manufacturing – What Lessons Can India Learn from the Past?
PANEL DISCUSSION: 3.30 PM-4:30 PM (Scaling & Market Growth Using Existing Technology & Infrastructure)
Speakers Session Topics
Dr. Allabaksh Naikodi – Head R&D EE at Mahindra Reva EV

Mr. Vijay Nekkalapudi – Government Advisory at KPMG

Ms. Hemalatha Annamalai – Founder and CEO at Ampere Vehicles.

Mr. Debi Prasad Dash – Director, Indian Energy Storage Alliance

Mr. Madhavan Nampoothiri – Managing partner at Aspirations Cleantech Ventures.

Mr. Zafar Equbal – CEO – Goenka Electric

What market segments should the Indian EV industry go after, in the short term (until 2020)?

How can the final cost of EVs to the customer be reduced in the short term to accelerate market growth?

What does the Indian EV sector really expect from the government in the short term?

What are the key avenues through which focused awareness about EVs can be created in a short period of time?

4:30 PM – 5.30 PM: Tea & Networking
SESSION 1: 9.00 AM – 11.00 AM: EV Research & Innovations
Innovations & R&D – What are the key innovations that are shaping the electric vehicles industry worldwide? How can these innovations be adapted for India? What can we expect in the context of Made-in-India Innovations? What are the innovative start-ups in India working on? Experts speak on these interesting topics in this session on innovation and R&D.

Speakers Session Topics
Mr. Yogesh Iyer– Founder & CEO, CAS Modelling EV Innovation & Research – Should India Invent or Adopt?
Dr. R Gopalan – Associate Director at ARCI Reality Check on Practical Impact of Innovations in Decreasing Charging Time and Increasing Range
Mr. Bhanwar Lal Bishnoi – Head of Embedded Design & Development Center at L&T Electric Vehicles and Smart Grid – A Symbiotic Ecosystem?
11.00 AM – 11.15 AM: Tea Break
Session 2: 11.15 AM- 12:30 PM: Electric Vehicle Costs – Status & Trends
How have the costs for the different types of electric vehicles trended in the past few years? What can we expect the costs to be in the near and medium future? What are the technology and market drivers for cost reduction, and how are they shaping the cost curve? Tune into this session to hear from the experts from the business side of electric vehicles.

Speakers Session Topics
Mr. Md.Hassan – Director, Axiom Energy What Makes an Electric Vehicle Costlier than Fossil Fuel Vehicles? And What Can be done about This?
Mr. Sriram Tirunantalwan – Lead for Business Development, Electric Vehicles & e-Mobility Solutions at Ashok Leyland Global & Indian Trends in Electric Vehicle Costs – When Will We Get There?
Mr. Madhavan Nampoothiri – Managing partner at Aspirations Cleantech Ventures. Battery swapping and other business models to decrease cost & charging time
Mr. Narasimhan Santhanam – Co-Founder – Energy Alternatives India Soft Innovations to Reduce to Soft Costs of EVs – Financing Costs, Marketing & Sales Costs, Alternative Ownership Models…
Mr. Vibhav Kant Upadhyay– Chairman of ICF Government Incentives and Policies to Enable Cost Reduction – An Industry Wish List
Session 3: 12:30 PM- 1:15 PM: Batteries & Energy Storage for EVs
Batteries hold the key to the overall business case for electric vehicles – both in terms of economics, and in terms of overall utility. This session focusses on the key technology and cost reduction trends in batteries per se, as well as innovative solutions being developed around batteries to extract more juice from them.

Speakers Session Topics
Mr. Yuvraj Sarda – Senior Manager, Strategy, SUN Mobility Key Challenges for Today’s EV Batteries and the Roadmap to Overcome These
Mr. Venkateshwarlu Manne – Manager R&D at Amara Raja Batteries Emerging Solutions for Battery Management & Optimization
Mr. Neeraj Kumar Singhal – Director, Lightyear Infratech What Does It Take to Have an Effective Battery Charging Infrastructure in India?
Mr. M.J.Purohit – MD – Axiom Energy How Best Can Indian Battery Companies Benefit from the EV Battery Opportunity?
1.15 PM – 2.30 PM: LUNCH BREAK
Session 4: 2:30 PM-3:30 PM: An Enabling Support Ecosystem for EVs in India
An Enabling Support Ecosystem for EVs in India – A robust growth of the core EV sector in India requires a parallel growth in the supporting sectors, which include education/training, business partnerships, service & support networks. What is the status of these today and how can these be evolved to spur a strong growth in the Indian EV sector? How can Indian entrepreneurs contribute to this growth and in turn obtain significant benefits? These perspectives will be analyzed during this section.

Speakers Session Topics
Mr. P. Venkatesham Gupta – Chairman at Green Seva Foundation Skilling for EV – Education & Training Requirements of the Indian EV Market
Mr. Vibhav Kant Upadhyay– Chairman of ICF Effective Service & Support Networks: How They Can Become a Key Driver for EVs in India
Mr. Nishit Shankar – Automotive Strategist | Manager, TUV Rheinland Testing, Standards and Certifications for Electric Vehicles
Session 5: Panel Discussion (What’s Needed to Make EVs Mainstream in India?)
Moderator: Narasimhan Santhanam, Cofounder & Director, EAI

Speakers Session Topics
Mr. Venkateshwarlu Manne Manager R&D at Amara Raja Batteries What are the key policy initiatives that will provide short term momentum and medium term growth?
Mr. Yuvraj Sarda – Senior Manager, Strategy, SUN Mobility How can India undertake selective R&D investments for EV to maximize returns?
Mr. Bhanwar Lal Bishnoi – Head of Embedded Design & Development Center at L&T What can we learn from the fast growing EV markets worldwide?
Mr. Nishit – Automotive Strategist |Manager, TUV Rheinland How can the various industry stakeholders come together to develop a practical roadmap for the industry’s growth and future?
4:30 PM – 5.30 PM: Tea & Networking

Make Sure You are at India’s Largest Electric Vehicle Summit

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Date & Venue

6th & 7th January 2018 at Conference Hall No – 3.1, Hitex Exhibition Center, Izzat Nagar, Kothaguda, Hyderabad.