NITI Aayog to Organise India’s First Global Mobility Summit for Motivating Renewable Energy Usage

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In a bid to promote the use of renewable energy, NITI Aayog, in collaboration with various ministries and industry partners, will organize ‘MOVE: Global Mobility Summit’ in New Delhi on September 7-8, 2018.

‘The MOVE: Global Mobility Summit’ is expected to help drive Government’s goals for vehicle electrification,  renewable energy integration and job growth and also speed up India’s transition to a clean energy economy.

Commenting on the upcoming summit, NITI Aayog Vice-Chairman Rajiv Kumar said, “Nowhere in the world is there greater potential to accelerate the transition to a shared, connected and zero emission society than India.” 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be inaugurating the summit, which will be the first Global Mobility Summit of its kind, with over 1,200 expected participants from across the world including Government leadership, Industry leaders, Research Organizations, Academia ,Think Tanks and Civil Society Organisations.

MOVE Summit aims to bring together and engage with key stakeholders within the rapidly transforming global mobility landscape and to evolve a public interest framework for a shared, connected, zero emission and inclusive mobility agenda for the future.

The Summit will constitute three designated components — the Conclave, the Expo and the Featured Events.

The Summit has been organised along key ‘tracks’ to anchor debate and deliberations on towards preparing a collective mobility agenda.

‘MOVE’ will help catalyse the transition by laying down a futuristic road map, said Kumar.

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