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IESA shortlists 10 startups for e-mobility program

Supported and backed by Invest India, Startup India, TiE Global and other partners, the program is a part of IESA’s 5-day long virtual conference and exhibition - India Energy Storage Week (IESW), focusing on energy storage, EV and microgrids

  • By ICN Group | November 06, 2020

Ten global startups have been selected for the start-up pitch for e-mobility program organized by India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) and United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO) basis their unique quotient, innovation and R&D initiatives. 
 
Supported and backed by Invest India, Startup India, TiE Global and other partners, the program is a part of IESA’s 5-day long virtual conference and exhibition - India Energy Storage Week (IESW), focusing on energy storage, EV and microgrids. 
 
The selected startups are: Dhanvantri Bio Medical in Bio-medical category, Godi India in Energy Storage; Green Evolve in EV Charging; Jeevtronics in Alternative Energy; Magnes Motor in EV; Minion Labs India in Energy Management; Mojo Green in EV Charging; Nanospan Energy Storage Solutions in Energy Storage; Navalt Solar and Electric Boats in E-boats category; Sand Bird in Agritech; Vflow Tech in Energy Storage category; and Wenergie Eco Works in Energy management category. 
 
Out of these, the three winners will get a year complementary IESA membership and mentorship from IESA Leadership Council.
 
To propel India’s drive to a greener future with electric vehicles, IESA is organizing its global startup outreach program in association with UNIDO for startups in the e-mobility, clean energy, energy storage and clean transportation sectors. 
 
With an intent to facilitate international trade, IESA’s annual conference is seeing global partnerships from 20+ countries, 50+ regulators & policy makers, 300+ industry leaders, 50+ partners & exhibitors and 2,000+ delegates. The conference is a dedicated effort towards bringing the key stakeholders together to make India a global hub for R&D and manufacturing. 

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