Environmentally Friendly Vehicle Conference & Exposition is a premier international event that aims on promoting or introducing environmentally friendly vehicles. The 4th EVF Conference will be organized by the Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises together with Ministry of Shipping, Road Transport & Highways, Ministry of Urban Development, Ministry of Environments and Forest, Ministry of New & Renewable Energy, Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas in conjunction with the industry bodies ACMA, ARAI, NATRIP, PETROFED, and SIAM. It will gather a good number of international delegates to share knowledge of their research and experiences in developing problem analysis of the legal and economic frameworks for the introduction of environmentally friendly vehicles and technology. Moreover, the event will also include an exhibition, offering an opportunity for international and national organizations in this field, to showcase their products and services in one of the fastest economically growing countries. The 4th Environmentally Friendly Vehicle Conference 2009 will focus on the following key topics: Mobility & Environment Role of EFVs, EFV Future scenario, Alternative fuels & Drives, Gaseous Fuels Technology Technology of Future, Future of electric vehicles, Regulatory & Legislative Framework for EFVs, and Discussion on Industry and Government Collaboration for EFVs.
The targeted visitors at the 4th Environmentally Friendly Vehicle Conference & Exposition 2009 are: Government, Automotive Industry (including Auto Component Manufacturers & Vehicles Manufacturers), International and National Media, Research Community, Consumer, Financial Institutions, and Academia.
The targeted exhibitors at the 4th Environmentally Friendly Vehicle Conference & Exposition 2009 include the companies dealing in: Electric Vehicles, Hybrid Vehicles, Alternative Fuel Vehicles (including hydrogen & fuel cell vehicles), Low CO2 Emitting & Fuel Efficient Vehicles, Advanced Biofuels Run Vehicles, Systems and Components related to EFVs, Government, Industry, and Academia & NGOs initiatives in promoting EFVs.