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Let us as a Nation move towards fuel efficient vehicles, clean water, green farms and a clean-green environment! India receives some of the highest rainfall in the world... still the country thirst for water... why? India has the highest cattle population in the world...but hardly extracts any biogas/gobar-gas from it... why? India tops the world in almost all agricultural products... but less than 1% is organic/natural... why? India receives good sunlight and has a Solar powered Airport... but less than 0.01% of houses are powered by solar power... why? India has the best electric/CNG car in the world (E2O/Tata NANO).. but 99.99% of car owners prefer to pay in dollars for their petrol.. why? (1Ltr = 1$ almost). All these problems can be solved by us 100% within our lifetime... if we take action to solve these issues personally and bringing awareness about it, (instead of discussing TV serials, celebrities, cricket scores & political parties). Let us together build a bridge of knowledge over ignorance! Lets us become independent from "Fuel, Water and Seed control". Right from the time when fire was discovered as a source of energy people have been trying to control the source of energy... not any more!

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EV Taxi before EV passenger cars?

India’s top automakers are steering away from polluting diesel models, but the real push towards cleaner electric vehicles is coming from the country’s cab aggregators.

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Market leader Maruti Suzuki announced late last month that it will not sell any diesel vehicles from April next year, when the Bharat Stage VI emission standards kick in. The norms will make diesel models substantially more expensive. Tata Motors, the country’s fourth largest carmaker, too, has indicated that it’s planning to stop selling small diesel cars after the new standards are enforced.

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Who will capture EV charging market – Ather, Mahindra or Panasonic?

Right now the most lucrative market which is even bigger than the market of UBER is the YET untouched and almost ignored market of… believe it or not… of EV charging!

See news: Panasonic plans to set up  1-lakh-strong charging grid to power electric vehicles in India 

It will be the mother of battle turf after 3G vs 4G! Whoever gets there first using the cheapest investment method will rule.

EV CHARGING/ BATTERY SWAPPING FRANCHISE?

Any company that tries to build the charging infrastructure in India without the support of the population of India will GO BANKRUPT!!!

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Panasonic to setup 1Lakh EV charging stations in India

Japanese electronics giant Panasonic is lining up a electric vehicles charging grid across top 25 Indian cities looking to set up one lakh charging stations and telematic solutions by 2024 to power over a million vehicles. The company – one of the key partner battery cell supplier for American electric vehicles maker Tesla plans to set  up mini charging facilities at parking stations, malls, petrol pumps, and specially developed zones across cities  such as Delhi, Pune, Bangalore, Chennai, Amravati, Hyderabad, , Gurgaon, Noida, and Ghaziabad.

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Ather scooter now – 3yr warranty & cheaper by Rs 5,000 FAME II

Ather scooter now comes with – 3yr warranty & cheaper by Rs 5,000 FAME II

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Remove the subscription Ather…. don’t step on the brakes of an accelerating scooter!

Or at least have a version of Ather 450 without subscription  (without navigation map & mobile connectivity) along with the one with subscription.

Roof top solar power plant for Naval Base

Kochi Naval Base has installed a roof top solar power plant, which can generate 14,400 units of power per year. The solar power system will help decrease energy costs and carbon footprint besides increasing energy efficiency, the Navy said in a release.

Director General of Naval Armament Inspection (DGNAI) at the Ministry of Defence, Rear Admiral Sanjay Misra, inaugurated the roof top solar power plant at the Naval Armament Inspectorate (NAI) on Thursday.

The plant will power the 24×7 multi-modal biometric access control, video surveillance and Aadhar based biometric attendance system, amongst other equipment fitted at NAI here, said the navy spokesperson.