4th Environmentally Friendly Vehicle (EFV) Conference & Exposition (4EFV)

Venue: The Ashok

Location: New Delhi, Delhi, India

Event Date/Time: Nov 23, 2009 End Date/Time: Nov 24, 2009
Registration Date: Nov 23, 2009
Early Registration Date: Nov 23, 2009
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The Environmentally Friendly Vehicle (EFV) Conference is a biannual international conference. The earlier EFV conferences were held in Tokyo (in 2003), Birmingham (in 2005) and Dresden (in 2007). The objective of the EFV conference is to share the experiences with regard to ongoing measure for promoting or introducing environmentally friendly vehicles and also exchange the experiences in developing problem analysis of the legal and economic frameworks for the introduction of such vehicles and technology.

Fourth in the series, the forthcoming EFV conference would be organized from 23rd to 24th November 2009 at New Delhi, India by the Ministry of Heavy Industries & Public Enterprises along 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 association with the industry bodies – ACMA, ARAI, NATRIP, PETROFED, and SIAM. Parallel to this conference, an exposition is also planned to showcase the related technologies.
23rd November 2009

Inaugural Address
Keynote on Industry Approach to EFV: Need for EFVs & Global Perspective Vote of thanks.

Tea / Coffee Break

Mobility & Environment – Role of EFVs
Lunch Break

EFV – future scenario
Tea / Coffee Break

Alternative fuels & Drives

24th November 2009

Gaseous Fuels Technology – Technology of Future

Tea / Coffee Break

Future of electric vehicles
Lunch Break

Regulatory & Legislative Framework for EFVs
Tea / Coffee Break

Discussion on Industry and Government Collaboration for EFVs
(Views from Developing & Developed Nations)
Valedictory Session (Handing over of Baton)
{Each presentation would be for 15 minutes + 5 minutes for Q&A, except the Keynote which would 30 minutes.}

Definition of Environmentally Friendly Vehicles (EFVs)
Global Scenario and Future
Challenges for Introduction of EFVs
Government Initiative in developing countries
Availability of Quality of Alternative Fuels in developing countries
Cooperation between developed and developing countries for the promotion of EFVs
Industry initiatives in development production and commercialization of EFVs


The Ashok
Diplomatic Enclave
New Delhi

Additional Information

Sl No Category Indian Nationals (INR) 1 Delegate 5000 2 Academia 2500 3 Students 1000 4 Accompanying person 3000 Sl No Category Foreign Nationals (Euro) 1 Delegate 100 2 Academia 50 3 Students 20 4 Accompanying person 60