With November 29 - December 01 marking the dates for the second edition of the much awaited London EV Show, the surging participation numbers have pushed the event to go bigger. The venue for this year’s edition being at ExCel, London, marked a pre-existing booked space of about 8000 sqm which had the capacity of accommodating more than a 100 exhibitors and 2000+ attendees. The response for this year’s London EV Show is quite overwhelming with attendee numbers already doubled and several key stakeholders from different OEMs, governments, transport departments, big tech companies, fleet operators, charging infrastructure companies and startups already participating in the event.

To address this exponential demand, the show is going bigger and more accommodative with the total event space now expanding to more than 10,000 sqm with 5 large halls. Analysing the projections, the event this year is anticipated to be atleast 2 times bigger.

Apart from the event’s venue being Excel, London which in itself is a prime attraction to event goers, the show this year will also  offer its sponsors/exhibitors with a 1.5 miles Test Drive Track to facilitate hands-on experience of the latest EV models for the enthused show attendees making the event even more appealing and worth attending. Among such attractions in the event, the show will also host a micro-mobility zone/test track for showcasing new innovations in this category.

The London EV show’s first edition was privileged to host the global EV industry leaders, policymakers including Hon. Michael Wood, Ministry of transport, New Zealand, Dr Mansour Alturki, Deputy Minister for Planning and Information and the Supervisor of the Vision Realization Office,  Ministry of Transport-Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Hon. Linburn Aliu, Ministry of Environment, spatial planning & Infrastructure, Kosovo. The event also attracted 600+ companies along with industry bigwigs including BMW Group, Tesla UK, Shell, BP Pulse, Mclaren Applied, Schneider Electric, Mitsubishi Electric, Volvo CE, Nissan etc. most of which are returning to this year’s edition along with other big names like Ford, KBR, webfleet and many more that are making a debut this year.

The 2022 edition of the London EV show will evidently be witnessing a larger scale hustle and bustle apart from being a remarkable event experience to all the participants involving an exclusive platform to showcase latest technologies and innovations, providing opportunities to connect and network with the big EV players, industry leaders & experts along with leading strategic collaborations & sustainable development.