HPCL sets up first electric vehicle charging station in Gujarat's Vadodara
The EV stops will be equipped to charge two, three, and four-wheeler vehicles. With the installation of public charging stations, the range anxiety of EV owners is expected to reduce, which will increase the adoption of electric mobility. Increased access to charging infrastructure is vital for the uptake of electric mobility across the entire EV ecosystem Misri said.
Several cities block electric rickshaw registrations
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Hero Electric opens three dealerships in Bengaluru
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Nitin Gadkari inaugurates first inter-city electric bus service
The 43-seater capacity luxury electric bus, manufactured by Mitra Mobility Solution, has a range of 300 kilometre on a single charge and would be operated twice daily between the two cities, the operator Prasanna Purple Mobility Solutions said.
Mahindra re-inventing it's electric mobility strategy
M&M MD Pawan Goenka said that the prime focus will be on EVs and the company will be doing things “similar to what other service providers are doing, but with a twist”. He mentioned that there is enough room to accommodate more service providers and new entries in the segment should not be of concern.
JLR joins hands with Tata Power for electric vehicle charging solutions
"The partnership with Tata Power will be a tremendous value addition for JLR customers as it provides a one-stop solution to their charging needs and also provides easy accessibility to the wide network of public charging infrastructure being set up by Tata Power across India," JLR India President and Managing Director Rohit Suri said.
Hyundai likely to go more local for electric vehicles
When the company launches more affordable mass-market EVs, it plans to localise as much content as it does for its conventional vehicles, which is over 90%, he said. The company has been talking with potential suppliers to increase localised content. It is also contacting global battery suppliers, including LG Chem.
M&M in talks with Ashok Leyland, Renault & Hyundai to supply electric powertrains
Hyundai has been looking at multiple partnerships to localise, seeking to ensure that EVs become mainstream and affordable. Ashok Leyland is also is quite open to the idea of working with partners on electric vehicle technology, an idea which has been resonated by its management. The truck major has partnered with Chetan Maini-promoted Sun Mobility to launch the Circuit S, an electric bus powered by the latter's swappable battery technology.
Electric cars likely to get same power specs
India has the potential to become one of the largest EV markets in the world, with the government pushing for the segment in order to curb pollution and reduce reliance on import-dependent fossil fuel, says a World Economic Forum report.
Bird Electric to bring in sub Rs-10 lakh electric hatchback in partnership with China's Haima Automobiles
Both the groups were expected to formalise the agreement at the Auto Expo, but because of the corona virus breakout in China, senior contingent from Haima were unable to travel for the show, delaying the formalisation of the venture by a few weeks.
Electric Vehicles may get 2,600 charging stations in a year
EVs charging infrastructure will be available at every four kilometres in big cities within a year, sources said.
Sales of electric two and three wheelers to see huge improvement by 2024: Crisil
At the other end, sales of personal electric cars will remain in the slow lane due to high acquisition and ownership costs in the absence of demand incentives, Crisil said.
Can CAFÉ push electric vehicles?
The transportation sector is said to comprise about 20% of global greenhouse gas emissions. Reduction of emissions from motor vehicles, which comprise about 90% of the sector, is thus paramount for the attainment of the target.
Mahindra Electric unveils new brand identity
The move is meant to give the brand a renewed thrust to achieve its global ambition of being a leading player in electric mobility technology solutions. The new identity further enhances the brand for a digital world by ensuring the logo works seamlessly on digital assets as well as on the EV components and vehicles.
Ratan Tata weighs in on the debate on all-electric versus hybrid vehicles
Tata Motors has stayed away from hybrid vehicles tech and put their weight behind an all-electric approach.
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