Waaree Energies, India’s largest solar PV manufacturer and a leader in the rooftop segment, has launched customized solar modules, a solar power solution for Electric Vehicles. The modules are expected to increase the efficiency of these EV by 10-25%.
These indigenous modules, specially designed for the transport industry in India, are portable, flexible, lighter, durable and more efficient, making them ideal for vehicles. They are ideal for vehicles where energy is required for many services including auxiliary functions like refrigeration etc. Since these modules are indigenously developed by Waaree, it would be cost effective.
After successfully associating with Bergstorm & Motherson Sumi, Waare Energies is now looking for more such partners to revolutionise the industry.
West Bengal Power Minister Sobhandeb Chattopadhyay on Tuesday inaugurated a residential rooftop solution by Tata Power Solar, and said the demand for such products would grow with rising environmental awareness.
Residential rooftop solar solutions could typically save up to Rs 50,000 EVERY YEAR for 25 years, company… Continue reading →
A major fire has destroyed the entire roster of electric bikes ahead of the MotoE World Cup — the electric spin off of MotoGP. The blaze ripped through the newly-built paddock after the first day of preseason testing in Jerez, Spain, with all the 18 bikes caught up in the damage.
MotoE series bosses Dorna have confirmed that 'a majority of material' has been lost in last night's fire at Jerez, but that thankfully no one was hurt. An investigation into the causes is underway. pic.twitter.com/HBpHTZl0wZ
India plans to achieve electric mobility by 2030 and welcomes Chinese industries participation and investment in the expansion of Indian Electric Vehicles (EV) Market, NITI AayogPrincipal Advisor Anil Srivastava said.
Srivastava, who led an industry delegation from India and addressed summit forum ‘Global Zero Emission and All Electric Vehicle’ held from January 11-13, met Chen Qingtai, President of China EV100, and invited China’s participation in India’s ambitious plans to go for full electric mobility.
The Bharat Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) announced on 28 Feb 2019 that it will set up a network of solar-based electric vehicles (SEVC) on the Delhi-Chandigarh highway. In an official statement, the company said, “The EV charging stations will be installed between the Delhi and Chandigarh at an interval of 250 km”.
EV Charging station in Netherlands! BHEL could be installing something similar! Each BHEL SEVC charging station will be equipped with a roofing solar power plant.