As part of its corporate social responsibility commitment, Safran Engineering Services India has signed a partnership with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), the world’s largest technical professional organization for the advancement of technology
State-run power firm NTPC said Monday it has started its first electric vehicle charging station in Simhadri, Vishakhapatnam in line with the government’s plan to switch to clean mobility.
In a U-turn, the government has decided to offer a direct subsidy of around Rs 1.4 lakh for each electric car, while extending benefits to those purchasing other electric vehicles (EVs) too, such as two- and three-wheelers.
The finance ministry is likely to approve a subsidy outlay of nearly Rs 4,000 crore for the second phase of FAME India scheme to promote electric and hybrid vehicles, official sources said today.
South Korean auto major Hyundai plans to launch an electric SUV in India in the second half of next year, a top company executive said.
Bajaj Auto has unveiled its urban electric mobility plans. The company is developing electric vehicles and aims to hit the roads with its electric fleet of two-, three- and four-wheelers by 2020, before the BS-VI norms kick in, Bajaj Auto MD Rajiv Bajaj said.
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As India’s electric vehicle (EV) market expands, its energy needs are also bound to grow.
Waking up to some of the state transport authorities and traffic police not accepting the digital version of driving licence and registration certificates, the Centre is set to amend the Motor Vehicles Rules making it compulsory for authorities to accept digital version of of all vehicle documents including pollution under control certificates and insurance documents.
In a boost to India’s electric vehicle (EV) infrastructure network, Chetan Maini-led start-up SUN Mobility plans to set up the first batch of its battery-swapping stations for electric two and three-wheelers across the country in the last quarter of this fiscal, a senior executive said on Thursday.
Electric vehicles numbers in the U.K. are likely to jump so much that balancing power supply and demand will become even harder for decades to come.