Tata Motors and the State Government of Maharashtra has signed a MoU to deploy 1000 electric vehicles in the state. Tata Motors will provide both passenger and commercial EVs in the state and will also facilitate setting up of EV Charging Stations in the State.
Tata Motors, India’s largest automobile company by revenues on Thursday signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the State Government of Maharashtra for deployment of 1000 electric vehicles (EV) across its range of passenger and commercial vehicles in the State.
Tata Motors plans to bring in new products in order to have presence in around 95 percent of Indian passenger vehicles market by 2020, besides working on offering “electric solution” on most of its portfolio going forward.
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Tata Motors Limited was conferred with the National Energy Conservation Award 2017 for its Jamshedpur Plant. The Bureau of Energy Efficiency, Ministry of Power, Government of India, awarded Tata Motors’ Jamshedpur plant the First Prize in the Automotive (Manufacturing) Sector.