Using electric vehicles (EVs) as mobile power storage could eliminate the need to build costly stationary grid storage for energy from renewable sources, a study has found.
The Telangana State Road Transport Corporation (TSRTC) will procure 100 electric vehicles, 40 of which will hit the road in the city in six months.
By 2030, as many as 40% of new vehicles sold in India – approximately 24 million – could be battery powered, according to a recent study by Germany-based, TFE Consulting. This is encouraging given that in 2017
Demand for natural gas will top other fossil fuels in the long term on the back of rising number of electric vehicles and as new emission standards could see new vessels adopting alternative fuels, according to Goldman Sachs.
The government proposes to set up charging stations for electric vehicles every three kilometres in cities with million-plus population and smart cities, and every 50 km on busy national highways.
BYD Auto Co, Ltd, a leading Chinese company which produces electric vehicles, intends to establish its production plant in Hyderabad, it was announced on Wednesday.
To promote electric vehicles in India, the government has approved green licence plates bearing numbers in white fonts for private e-vehicles and yellow for taxis, Union minister Nitin Gadkari said on Wednesday.
The electric vehicles (EV) market in India is set to see the entry of a flurry of new players of foreign origin and home-grown start-ups in the two- and three-wheeler segments, even as the established Indian automobile firms such as Hero MotoCorp,
The English county of Cornwall and the surrounding area boast one of the world’s largest tin deposits yet their centuries-old mines have lain abandoned since the 1990s when a collapse in prices for the metal made them unviable.
Amid rising persuasion for countries to adapt to the concept of electric vehicles (EVs), India and Japan on Tuesday agreed to initiate discussion on the same by collaborating with “Policy dialogue on next generation/Zero emission vehicles”.