Automotive Association of the Middle East and North Africa (AMENA), in partnership with Global EVRT, will cut the ribbon for the eMobility Forum in Dubai on 24 January.
The forum has been designed to help businesses, governments and consumers derive optimal benefit from the rapidly accelerating electric vehicle revolution that is transforming the way we move, the way we drive, and the way our cities run.
More than 30 speakers including automotive, transport, mobility, sustainability, fleet management, urban planning experts, thought-leaders and practitioners will share their experience, knowledge and insights at the forum. More than 150 attendees are expected to be present at the forum that will explore the emerging trends, new vehicle innovations, regulatory challenges, business drivers and future visions for electric mobility in Dubai.
More than 30 speakers will share their experience, knowledge and insights at the eMobility Forum Dubai.
Apart from that, a one-day experimental electric vehicle festival exhibition, new EV models, digital tech, and e-mobility solutions will be showcased along with an opportunity for the attendees to test-drive and experience the thrill of electric and autonomous vehicles.
The Forum will answer a number of key questions to widen horizons on crucial topics such as a mutual correlation between business, government and industry to accelerate the electric and autonomous mobility transformation.
The forum has been designed to help businesses, governments and consumers derive optimal benefit from the rapidly accelerating electric vehicle revolution.
Other significant topics such as further policy changes and government incentives that can help achieve Dubai’s 2030 goals, new vehicle models, financing, buy-back and leasing schemes from manufacturers and dealers that will be most appealing to government, business and retail end users, key business drivers of going electric for companies with large fleets.
Apart from that the forum will also discuss evaluating and comparing total-cost-of-ownership vs up-front costs to build a compelling business case and new collaborations between business, government and industry will accelerate the transition to EVs.
The eMobility Forum will be held soon after the 2019 Electric Vehicle Road Trip Middle East which begins on January 17 and ends on the day of the forum. The road trip will journey through the UAE and Oman, with participant competing against each other on the basis of time and energy efficiency. The trip will commence from the World Future Energy Summit in Abu Dhabi and will span 1,700km and cover cities like Muscat, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, and Khasab. The participants will finish the competition in Dubai exactly a week later.