EVFAIR brings to the Electric Vehicle industry the opportunity to showcase, see and understand the latest in electric vehicle, Components and Services for convenient and environment friendly transportation of passengers and goods. The expo ensures that the right national and international players exhibit their technology and products to the right audience the Owners & Operators, the Manufacturers & Traders.
Explore the latest in E-bikes, E-rikshaws, Electric scooters, Lithium Battery & find special offers from the biggest and best Electric Vehicle Indian as well as International brands. Also meet special guests and experts, ride our test track and enjoy high flying action from the India's best freestyle cycling trick shows experts, plus much more! · 80+ National & International Participants · 1000+ Dealers / Distributor Network · Conferences & Seminars · 1500+ Products on Display
Annex Media Marketing Network Pvt Ltd redefines brands and builds businesses by creating multiple dynamic platforms. We organize world-class exhibitions and conferences such as "Evfair" India's no.1 bicycle exhibition
Battery-ing down barriers: why electric vehicles are the future of transport in India and the world. Switching to an entirely electric fleet can help reduce 1 gigatonne of carbon dioxide emissions by 2030, and save India $330 billion by cutting oil imports.
The explosive economic growth in the last few decades in India has given us much to celebrate, but it has also had its unpleasant consequences. Today, 19 out of the 35 most polluted cities in the world are in India. For the last two years, New Delhi has had the ignominy of being the most polluted city in the world, as a confluence of factors turns the capital’s environment into a haze of smog and potentially lethal pollutants. A Green peace India report indicates that 47 million children under the age of 5 years are residing in areas with hazardous pollution, especially in urban areas. While various causes and solutions are discussed, it is well acknowledged and understood that 50-90 percent of the pollution in densely-populated urban areas is vehicular.read more