India Center Foundation (ICF), today announced a collaboration with Japanese EV maker, e-Gle to introduce electric vehicles (EVs) in all segments, including passenger, public passenger and larger mobility solutions in India, according to a company statement.
A not for profit and non-governmental organisation, ICF has been working for over two decades towards the country’s socio-economic development.
Japanese EV maker e-Gle, has developed EV technology based on in-wheel motor drive technology. Hiroshi Shimuzu, President and CEO e-Gle and the innovator behind the electric vehicle technology said: “We are delighted to be a part of the National Electric Vehicle Initiative (NEVI). We believe that India’s mobility transformation presents an enormous economic opportunity, innovative business models and supportive policy frameworks that can help make India a global hub for manufacturing electric vehicles and their components.” Read More…
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