15th Electric Vehicle Technology Expo 2022: EVT Expo kicks off in Delhi

The 15th Electric Vehicle Technology Expo 2022 will kick off on Friday, August 5 at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi and end on August 7, 2022. The exhibition will showcase the latest and most technologically advanced two-, three-, and four-wheel electric vehicles and free from contamination. , parts and accessories, technology and charging solutions from around 100 exhibitors.

Anurag Thakur, Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting and Sports launched this exhibition to provide a platform for hundreds of Indian and international exhibitors to showcase their products and services. The products to be exhibited include cycles, electric bicycles, rickshaws, scooters, carts and other automobile products.

Vehicle Technology Expo 2022 is organized by Altius Auto Solutions and is currently the nation’s largest comprehensive trade show for electric vehicles along with their accessories, batteries and other products. It was first organized in 2015 and was held in New Delhi and Calcutta for the next two years.

After 2017, he moved to different locations such as Hyderabad, Lucknow, and Bengaluru. Rajeev Arora, the organizer of EV Expo 2022, said that India is now adapting and integrating electric mobility compared to recent years, stipulating that there would be a high potential and demand for electric vehicles.

“Since the first edition of this EV Expo that we have been organizing in Delhi and other cities, we have seen how the product profile has changed to include personal mobility in 2, 3 and 4 wheel electric vehicles, mostly E- rickshaws. This time too, we garnered an enthusiastic response from exhibitors across the country and will see several new and exciting launches of electric vehicles as well as charging technology and products. We expect more than 15,000 business visitors to visit during the 3 days of the exhibition”. Rajeev Arora said.

The 15th Electric Vehicle Technology Expo 2022 aims to showcase the importance of energy in powering the world and moving towards green electric vehicles.

Expo will feature comprehensive market information, excellent business opportunities and a podium for networking among stakeholders such as technology developers, electric vehicle manufacturers, battery manufacturers, component manufacturers, legislators, ministries, distribution partners, organizations private etc

Furthermore, protecting the environment and generating a profitable business is one of the key objectives behind Electric Vehicle Technology Expo 2022.

When and where can it be seen?

India’s largest Eco Expo will not be broadcast live like the usual post-Covid events. Although you can stay up-to-date on news channels or social networks, there will not be a specific platform.

The event has started today, Today and will last for 3 days. It will be held at Hall No.11, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

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