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May 04, 2021

01:30 pm – 03:30 pm (IST) / 10:00 am – 12:00 am (CET)

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CharIN Tuesday ASIA/INDIA: "Improving CCS Adoption by Vehicle Manufacturers"

High levels of air pollution and a growing number of people travelling in India with own vehicles or public transport, put high pressure on India to shift to electric vehicles. To promote the development of electrification in the transport sector, the FAME India project was launched by the authorities of the Indian Government and it was an integral part of the national electric mobility mission plan.

On the industry side, an orientation towards electrification of transport vehicles is slightly visible. As the demand for EV is estimated to increase in the near future, there is a need to produce own electric vehicles. While CCS as the charging and communication technology is set for the car side, there are still hurdles on the component and cost sides for Indian OEMs, which differ on the type of EV that should be produced.

During this virtual event, a car producer and a producer of small EVs will bring in their view on requirements for producing and charging EVs, in India augmented by a supplier, selling components successfully in India.

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CharIN Tuesday is more than a virtual e-mobility conference. It's a digital learning session addressing the hottest topics of e-mobility.

This event brings influential industry stakeholders together to exchange and collaborate on important topics as Grid Integration, EU Funding, V2G, Certification, Plug’n Charge, MCS and many more.

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