Tag Archives: Electric Vehicles

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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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.

Ather Electric Scooter – Expectation vs Reality | PlugInCaroo

 

11,000 Electric Buses coming to Delhi!

Delhi to fight pollution with 11,000 electric buses

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Delhi AAP Govt – EV Policy (Dec 2018)

The EV Policy: http://transport.delhi.gov.in/sites/default/files/All-PDF/Electric%20Policy%202018.pdf

 

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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Now anybody can make money by charging EVs legally!

The power ministry would soon bring an electric vehicle(EV) charging infrastructure policy, which will also allow individuals to set up charging station for commercial use to boost e-mobility, said Power and New & Renewable Energy Minister R K Singh Sunday.Make It Rain Money GIF

“We have circulated the EV Charging Policy for comments (among other department/ministries). The second line of the policy says that everybody is free to set up EV charging station,” Singh told reporters at International Symposium to Promote Innovation & Research in Energy Efficiency (Inspire).

When asked whether individuals would be able to use the facility on commercial basis, he replied, “Absolutely. You dont need a licence”.

The EV charging infrastructure is… Continue reading