About the Client
The South Asia Regional Energy Partnership (SAREP) is a multi-year initiative funded by USAID. The program aims to stimulate US$7 billion of investment in the clean energy sector across six South Asian countries: Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. SAREP’s objective is to enhance access to affordable, reliable, and sustainable energy in these nations.
CrossBoundary Advisory serves as the transaction advisor to USAID’s South Asia Regional Energy Partnership (SAREP), a program aiming to mobilize US$7 billion in clean energy investments across South Asia. Under this ambit, we conducted an exhaustive assessment of India’s E-Mobility sector. Our engagement included crafting an Investment Landscape Report and establishing a pipeline of investable opportunities, culminating in an E-Mobility Investment Mobilization event in Mumbai.
The aim of this engagement is to not just study but activate the Indian E-Mobility sector by connecting promising companies with potential investors, thereby driving growth and sustainability in the region.
Market Research: Conducted in-depth desktop and market research, identifying over 180 companies in the e-mobility value chain. Engaged in substantive discussions with 50 high-potential firms.
Investment Landscape Report: Developed and launched a comprehensive Indian E-Mobility Investment Landscape Report, backed by extensive literature reviews and stakeholder insights.
Investment Mobilization Event: Shortlisted 24 companies based on their value proposition, financial performance, market traction, and leadership. These companies were invited to participate in an E-Mobility Investment Mobilization event held in Mumbai.
Follow-On Support: Provided transaction advisory services to select high-value deals to advance them toward successful investment.
Identified a pipeline of 24 investable opportunities in the E-Mobility sector with cumulative funding needs of US$1 billion
Facilitated a deal room for 25 investors and 24 investees during which 150+ 1-on-1 interactions took place to advance transactions in the EV sector