Foto

Expo Centre Sharjah signs agreement to launch Middle East Electric Vehicle Show 2025

Expo Center Sharjah (ECS) has signed a partnership agreement with MIE Events to launch the Middle East Electric Vehicle Expo (MEEVS) in 2025 at the centre.

The agreement sets the stage for the largest event in the electric vehicle industry with the participation of more than 100 global brands. This major event aims to shed light on the future of sustainable transportation and showcasing the latest models in electric, hydrogen and hybrid vehicles and electric bicycles, as well as advanced solutions and technologies in the electric transportation sector.

The signing ceremony took place at the center's headquarters and was attended by Saif Mohammed Al Midfa, CEO of Expo Center Sharjah, and David Wang, Chairman and CEO of MIE Events, along with several officials from both parties.

According to the agreement, the two parties will work towards the success of the exhibition and introducing the regional audience to the latest innovations in the world of electric cars from various brands and manufacturers.

The exhibition will feature components and systems of electric vehicles, such as motors, electronic control units and battery management systems, with participation from charging service providers and integrated renewable energy solutions, highlighting developments in the EV industry in general.

Saif Mohammed Al Midfa noted that the partnership agreement to organize an electric car exhibition at Expo Sharjah is a strategic step to keep pace with global transformations in sustainable technology and its new industrial applications in the field of transportation.

Middle East Electric Vehicle Show 2025,Expo Centre Sharjah, Expo Centre, Electric Vehicle Show, EV Manufacturers, saif mohammed al midfa

The project aims to enhance the presence of electric car manufacturers in UAE markets and accelerate the pace of adoption of electric cars, thereby helping to reduce the carbon footprint of the transport sector. This supports the UAE's Net Zero 2050 strategic initiative and the circular economy, while promoting economic development.

The electric vehicle sector represents a promising future for the global industry. The addition of this sector to Expo Sharjah's event lineup confirms the centre's commitment to organizing more specialized exhibitions that present the latest developments and technologies to audiences in the UAE and the region.

Al Midfa expressed hope that the MEEVS 2025 exhibition will serve as an important platform for electric vehicle manufacturers, suppliers, investors and experts to discuss and showcase the latest innovations in this field, and provide an opportunity to exchange experiences and visions and build strategic partnerships that drive progress in the region's EV sector.

For his part, David Wang stated that the partnership between MIE Events and Expo Sharjah to organize the electric car exhibition is a fundamental step to promote sustainable technology and present the latest innovations in the electric car sector.

He praised the centre's commitment to providing a platform that brings together electric vehicle manufacturers and suppliers, investors and experts to discuss and present the latest developments in this vital field.

Also Read: The DGCA will soon outline a roadmap for air taxis

previous POST
foto
The DGCA will soon outline a roadmap for air taxis
NEXT POST
foto
NHAI seeks global bids for satellite-based electro...

Related Posts

foto
This is how much it costs to service an Aprilia RS...
foto
2024 Kawasaki Ninja 300 launched in new colours; p...
foto
What's the Difference Between BNCAP and GNCAP?
foto
BMW R 1300 GS launched in India at Rs. 20.95 lakh