India-Germany: Building an integrated and robust e-mobility system

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As transition to electric vehicles gains momentum in India, a concrete pathway for the future is the need of the hour.

With the objective to highlight the potential of joint e-mobility business opportunities between India and Germany and how both countries could build an integrated and robust e-mobility ecosystem, Grant Thornton Bharat and Warth & Klein Grant Thornton, Germany, in partnership with the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce & Industry (FICCI), have prepared a report.

Key highlights of the report

  • Areas both countries could leverage, in view of their strong relations, to forge a new paradigm of economic partnership
  • An analysis done with select stakeholders of the Indian and German automobile industry. The stakeholders participated in an online survey to share their views on certain topics and/or issues triggered by the development of e-mobility in the Indian and German automobile industry.
  • How India and Germany can integrate towards the transition to EVs and the impact of electrification on the integrated EV ecosystem
  • Inter-country trade between the two countries, specifically in the e-mobility segment of the automotive industry.
  • Initiatives that the countries can take in e-mobility leadership