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Scaling local value-addition and jobs from EV manufacturing in India

09 Nov 2020   |   1430-1600 hrs IST

The session will mark the launch of our latest study 'Can Electric Mobility Support India's Sustainable Economic Recovery Post COVID-19?' A rapid and sustained transition to electric mobility in India hinges on domestic manufacturing with a high degree of localisation. This will allow for better control over the quality of EV components and lower costs which will accelerate EV adoption in India. There are several building blocks to realising a globally competitive EV industry in India and this will require several stakeholders to act in concert.

During the session, we will unpack strategies to scale investments into EV component manufacturing and the role of stable and long-term policies. We will also delve into possible pre-emptive measures to assuage the impact on ICE manufacturing jobs and a potential fuel tax revenue hit for central and state governments.

For Event Queries

Riddhima Sethi

Communications Associate

riddhima.sethi@ceew.in

Key Speakers

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    Rajiv Kumar*

    Vice Chairman

    NITI Aayog

  •  

    Jasmine Shah

    Vice Chairperson, Dialogue & Development Commission

    Govt of NCT of Delhi

  •  

    Rashmi Urdhwareshe

    Former Director

    Automotive Research Association of India

  •  

    Arindam Lahiri

    CEO

    Automative Skills Development Council

  •  

    Sulajja Firodia Motwani

    Founder and CEO

    Kinetic Green

  •  

    Prashant Parida

    Group Head - Marketing , Strategy & New Initiatives

    Okaya Power Group

  •  

    Ruchir Shukla*

    Director - Electric Mobility

    Shakti Sustainable Energy Foundation

  •  

    Himani Jain

    Senior Programme Lead

    CEEW

*To be confirmed