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11,000 Electric Buses coming to Delhi!

Delhi to fight pollution with 11,000 electric buses

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Indian Electric Vehicle Expo | 21 Dec 2018 | Gadkari warns poor quality E-Rickshaw makers |PlugInCaroo

Electric Vehicle Technology Expo, India’s biggest eco-friendly expo the 8th EVEXPO 2018’ took place from December 21 to 23rd at hall No. 7, Pragati Maidan, New Delhi.

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Ashok Leyland to supply electric double-decker buses to London

Ashok Leyland subsidiary Optare PLC has received order for 31 units of Optare Metrodecker EV double-decker buses from Transport for London (TfL). The order is to be bought by Metroline which will be added to London’s fleet by next summer.

“Double-decker buses in London have been iconic and is a matter of prestige for the city. It is a moment of great pride not only for us but… Continue reading

Electric buses in Thiruvananthapuram, Ernakulam, Kochi and Kozhikode

The Kerala State Road Transport Corporation (KSRTC) rolled out its first electric bus on Monday, making Kerala the sixth Indian state to run the service.

KSRTC will carry out a trial run for 15 days starting from Monday, out of which 8 days will be in Thiruvananthapuram and 7 days in Ernakulam, following which it will conduct services in Kochi and Kozhikode.

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Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan in his Facebook post on Monday said that if the services are successful, they will roll out around 300 electric buses for service throughout the state.

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The Rs150 lakh Ashok Leyland joke called “Circuit”

150 lakh Ashok Leyland joke called Circuit… don’t know if they pulled the name right out of Munnabhai MBBS movie.

Image result for circuit dialouges from munnabhai

The things people do in the name of Electric vehicles, clean and green energy. Just like Kodak tried to stay in the game by meddling in copy machines Ashok Leyland tried to jump the curve by buying a electric bus company called Optare in the UK.

Any Indian company that invest in Europe has seen red… even if they are the top companies in the world. Be it Suzlon… be it Tata Motors… be it Tata Steel… be it Amtek Auto… all have seen losses and had to sell those investments… not because of economics but because of “gamesmanship” which is a new word for cheating.

Why would Indian company buy UK technology and try to sell it in India??!!?? Make the bus and try to sell in UK… they bloody well cannot do it so try the govt to buy their stuff…

If you are still gaging for the numbers its almost identical to what one hears about li-ion vehicles 120kms range, 3 hrs charging time 75kmph top speed. The bus can carry about 30 (sitting) to 60 passengers.

The bus will cost between 1.5 Crore to 3.5 Crore…

All I have to say is give one finger salute… _l_ for the visionaries and the makers of this vehicle.

Speedways - Indian Company - AC Electric Bus for Rs 20 Lakh

JBM’s Ecolife Electric Bus

At stall no N-10 in Hall no. 12 at the Auto Expo 2016 Dancing girls come out before JBM unveils the electric bus EcoLife.

The dancing girls at the JBM stall.

The 100 per cent electric bus from JBM, the EcoLife.

Executive Director JBM Nishant Arya says that the 100 per cent electric bus will revolutionise intra-city transportation.The company touted the new release as India’s first bus running on a hundred per cent electric power. The release comes amidst nationwide rising concerns… Continue reading

Government, Tax and Oil… the happy nexus!

You hear a lot of talk about the Government setting up targets for Electric Vehicles and the so called not too famous FAME scheme for faster adoption of Electric vehicles. But you dont see any action on the ground. You dont see any company coming forward to create electric cars, nor do you see the government placing any orders for Electric Bus or Cars. No we are not talking about “Pilot Projects” which are… Continue reading