The heads of large Indian public sector oil and gas companies have spoken in unison to downplay the business risk posed by the rapid rise of electric vehicles and renewables. The two latest disruptions of the energy industry
Tata Power Co. is seeking to set up electric vehicle chargers in the Indian capital, a company official said, as one of the most polluted cities on earth plans an ambitious push toward cleaner vehicles.
An ambitious projection by a government panel on electric vehicles over the next decade has created jitters among the oil refining industry which has lined up billions of dollars to ramp up capacity in the world’s fastest growing major economy.
Marking the adoption of e-mobility, Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India has signed an agreement with Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL),
The Department of Economic Affairs, Ministry of Finance, Government of India has just signed an agreement with Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) for the deployment of 15 electric vehicles for their officers.
In order to increase the usage of green fuel, the finance ministry has asked all government departments to hire electric vehicles for officials in the capital, the Times of India reported.
Even as the Telangana government hunts for that one big name in the electric vehicle (EV) space that can help fire up the EV ecosystem in the state, many local players are revving up their game to cater to the growing demand for green mobility.
NITI Aayog, the government’s apex policy think tank, has been tasked with rolling out an ambitious electric vehicle (EV) plan, pushing the department of heavy industries (DHI) into a tertiary role for a policy that is aimed at projecting India as a global torchbearer of green vehicles.
Electric vehicle (EV) owners can soon travel to Mysuru without the worry of running out of charge. The state energy department is likely to set up EV charging stations every 25km on the Bengaluru-Mysuru highway. A fully charged electric car can run up to 120km.
Despite the hype surrounding electric mobility and electric cars being heralded as poster boys of a new automobile revolution, reality is in stark contrast. In its latest report, the apex industry body, Society of Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles