Third Party Event

23 May 2022 - 25 May 2022

It is set to become the leading EV trade show and conference in the region offering access to hundreds of companies and experts in the industry. The annual exhibition will provide a world-class environment for the EV industry to showcase its latest solutions. EVIS is unique by integrating inter-related technologies at one event, allowing attendees to network across the value chains and exploit new opportunities at the intersection of EV technologies.
EVIS 2022 will bring together researchers, engineers, government officials, companies, EV-related institutions from around the world in Abu Dhabi to explore and discuss the technical, policy, and market achievements in E-mobility. The event will feature a major trade show, conference, plenary sessions, and technical sessions. More than 5,000 professionals representing leading companies in the EV industry will be in Abu Dhabi with the goal of networking and sourcing the latest technologies across the 3 days of exhibition and 2 days conference.


  • Exhibiting at EVIS presents many palpable advantages. It allows one to –
  • Connect with thousands of prospective customers and partners, 
  • Network with global representatives from across the H/EV supply chain,
  • Stay informed on the latest trends in the EV industry,
  • Benchmark your products and services against industry competition,
  • And stay ahead of the curve on evolving customer requirements.


The conference will explore 4 core sectors – New Energy Vehicles, Energy & Infrastructure, Batteries, and Powertrain. T“ics that will be covered under each sector are listed below.

New Energy Vehicles:
Electric Passenger Vehicles, Electric Light Vehicles, Electric Commercial Vehicles, Electric Motorcycles, Electric Scooters, Electric Bicycles, Hybrid Electric Vehicles, and Fuel Cell Electric Vehicles. 

Energy & Infrastructure:
Electric Energy Suppliers, Hydrogen Energy Suppliers, Energy Infrastructure, Intelligent Grid V2G, Electrical Cables, Connectors, Fast Charging Stations, Energy and Charging Systems, Charging Infrastructure, Hydrogen Fuel infrastructure, and Communication Infrastructure.

Lithium Batteries, Lead-acid Batteries, Nickel Batteries (MH-Ni Battery) & Other Batteries, Battery Management, Battery Charging Systems, Testing Systems & Testing Equipment, Capacitors, Fuel Cell Technology, Fuel Cell Systems & Fuel Cell Management, Hydrogen Tank & Hydrogen Refuelling, Battery Manufacturing Equipment, Raw Materials, and Parts & Components

General Motors, In-wheel Motor, Hybrid Engines, Cable Braider and Automotive Wiring, Drive Systems, Transmission, Braking Technology and Components, and Other Powertrain Components. 

In addition, each conference day kicks off with a notable keynote address followed by a roundtable panel of top industry leaders discussing the most important market disruptors of the last year and what they expect to see in the years to come. This holistic approach is designed to ensure a rewarding experience for all our delegates.


As EVs are becoming increasingly more common on the UAE’s roads, the same is true across the globe to varying degrees and different speed of adoption. This has also led to vehicle electrification experiencing rapid innovation. The Middle East & Africa Electric Vehicle Market is expected to witness substantial growth & business opportunities over the next decade. This number is set to expand rapidly in the coming years and will interlink the transport and electricity sector like never before. Governments are thus focusing on renewable energy and clean transportation technologies along with the implementation of economic and energy diversification plans.

With its ‘Economic Vision 2030’ and ‘UAE Energy Strategy 2050’, the UAE government strongly supports a conducive platform towards innovation, cost efficiencies in the energy sector, investor friendly regulations and responsible governance. The Emirate also has easy access to developing markets, with more than 200 air routes, 150 shipping lanes and world-class, fully integrated port and logistics’ infrastructure. Based on recent reports by International Renewable Energy Agency (IRENA), the UAE based Masdar Institute, and the UAE Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ Directorate of Energy and Climate Change. The analysis of the UAE’s renewable energy prospects comes as part of Renewable Energy Road map (REmap 2030) IRENA’s roadmap for doubling the share of renewables in the global energy mix. Electric vehicles will be increasingly overwhelming in line with such development plans in Abu Dhabi and the UAE.

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