EV Supply Chain

Highlights of Session: EV Supply Chain – Seizing the Opportunities

Special Address: EV Supply Chain and Emerging Opportunities Mr. Guruprasad Mudlapur, MD, Bosch Automotive Electronics

The existing automotive value chain will experience a drastic change. Approximately 80% of the total value can become new
  • Electric Powertrain presents many opportunities including high efficiency motors & axles.
  • Battery technology and Battery Management system companies to become globally a hotspot for investment.
  • Opportunities in connected solutions like Data Acquisition, Performance and Safety
  • Battery swapping/leasing/battery as a service model are emerging
  • Manufacturing of complex Power Electronics products.
Important Message: Change opens new opportunities.

Expert Address: Customer Preferences Drive Change – EV is No Different Mr Subhabrata Ghosh, CEO, Celsius 100

We have learned from the pandemic about the changing global situation. Environment is the biggest concern of GenZ. Fossil fuel costsare going up and India wants to reduce its dependence on imports. With all these factors, electric vehicles will cause massive disruption in consumer preferences, as they offer sustainable transportation, lower cost, reduced maintenance and improved quality of life.The Future with EVs may be sooner: convergence of new technologies driving mobility solutions. Digital vehicle control, workflow automation and insight management will bring a whole new world of experience for the consumers.

Important Message: If Economics does not work, an idea will most likely not work

Panel Discussion: How Should the EV Supply Ecosystem Gear up to Achieve Aatmanirbharta
Mr Arun Malhotra, ex MD, Nissan Motors
MrRajanish Saxena, Head Engineering Operations, Sun Mobility
MrHardeepGoindi, COO, Three Wheels United
Ms VasushaMadhavan, Founder, Ostara Ventures
Mr Shailesh V Singh, Founder, Massive Mobility

  • Need for close collaboration between vehicle OEM’s and supply chain vendors
  • Need to focus on quality and setting up standards as the industry scales.
  • Need for better financial ecosystem and investment strategies in EV.
  • Focus on Made IN India is not sufficient, it should be Made FOR India
  • A fair amount of interest of Global players in India

Key Note Address: Strong Govt. Policy to accelerate EV adoption
Mr Anil Shrivastav, Former DG, NitiAayog

The government of India in past few years has integrated several Ministries and come up with many policies to increase the awareness of Electric Vehicles. Ministry of Road Transport and Highway has taken major decisions on vehicle scrapping policy to phase out unfit vehicles.FAME scheme was launched to encourage electric vehicles by providing subsidies, which aims to incentivize all vehicle segments.Startups have been pivotal in using the available resources and promoting the EV industry.

Important Message: The entire industry should take up the challenge of Atmanirbhartawhich extends beyond local demands and ensuresthatour productsare globally competitive.

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