Energy Efficiency Services (EESL), a state-run venture, expects wider participation from auto manufacturers for its new global tender to procure 10,000 electric cars to replace government vehicles in India.
State-backed Energy Efficiency Services Ltd. plans to rollout its electric vehicle programme in more states after rolling out the first phase of green cars in Delhi this month.
India’s state-backed Energy Efficiency Services Ltd. is delaying its initial share sale on expectations that an increase in its revenue will make the offering more attractive to investors.
The Uttar Pradesh government is planning to procure 10 million prepaid meters under a Saubhagya scheme that aims to provide electricity connections to over 4 crore families in rural and urban areas by December 2018, reports Economic Times.
Tata Motors has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Energy Efficiencies Services (EESL) to achieve energy saving and resource conservation by implementing various energy efficiency initiatives across the company’s manufacturing facilities in India.
The government has called a snap bid for procurement of electric vehicle chargers on October 30 to ensure ready availability of charging stations by next month, as vehicles from the first phase of electric vehicles tender start coming in.
Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL), a joint venture (JV) of the companies under Ministry of Power (MoP), has announced a collaboration with two Canadian companies for development of battery storage technology that will be capable of charging electric vehicles in less than five minutes.
Mahindra & Mahindra and Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL) collaborate for a LED replacement programme with energy efficient alternatives across M&M’s 18 manufacturing facilities in India.
The government has revised its tender seeking to buy electric cars for the use of the state, following objections by some companies that the specifications initially put out were tailored to suit a certain manufacturer.
Faulty Electricity Meter May Soon Be A Thing Of The Past As India Enters Global Smartmeter Race To Fight Utility Losses
India is aiming to help its ailing power distribution companies by buying five million smart meters for two of its northern states in a global tender to be conducted later this month.