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The electric two-wheeler (e2W) industry is expected to grow at a compounded annual growth rate of 75-80% over FY22-FY25. A study by India Ratings & Research (Ind-Ra) said this would result in e2Ws contributing 7-10% of the overall 2W sales by FY25, a significant jump from contributing under 1% in FY21.
Favourable government policies and increasing consumer awareness about the environment, coupled with spiralling fuel prices, have resulted in a steady growth of interest in electric vehicles in India. Moreover, OEMs have pushed the envelope by introducing to the market improved and exciting new products, which have found favour with prospective consumers.
The rapid hike in growth is expected to be driven by the availability of a wide array of electric two-wheeler models in the country. With EV technologies becoming far more affordable, overall product prices are expected to come down significantly.
The next couple of years would likely be a defining period for the electric two-wheelers segment, as a number of big players are planning to launch their products. Once electric two-wheelers become affordable and reliable, the segment is expected to witness galloping growth.
For the second year running, Mobility Outlook presents Electric Two-Wheeler Summit (e2W Summit), a daylong conference-cum-mini exhibition that will bring to the fore developments and discussions on electric two-wheelers through technical sessions on topics of current interest as well as the future. The event is scheduled on July 21, 2022 at the Hotel Leela Ambience in Gurugram, 10:00 am onwards.
The theme of this year’s event is “Made in India, Made for the World – Creating A Global EV Hub”.
The concurrent exposition will serve as a platform to showcase products, technologies and solutions by OEMs, suppliers, engineering companies, start-ups and others.
Key Discussion Points: (Register now: https://bit.ly/39Bec0t)
- Strategies to make India a global EV hub;
- Product – Designing and developing the right products for India, and the world;
- Setting engineering benchmark for batteries, motors, chargers, etc;
- Localising the EV supply chain: challenges and opportunities;
- Addressing the last mile connectivity ecosystem;
- Building the right public outreach initiative;
- Battery and cell manufacturing in India – the imperatives;
Engineers & Managers from R&D, representatives from manufacturing, supply chain of OEMs, suppliers, academia, policy makers, testing agencies, start-ups, consultants, associations, etc.
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