As India plans to give a robust push to promote the use of electric vehicles, a top scientist says the hydrogen-based system would be the right choice in the long run given its potential to become the fuel of the next generation.
Electric Cars For Babus: Is It Really Mahindra Vs Tata Motors In Indian Electric Car Space? Not Really
The recent tender to procure 10,000 electric cars by state-run Energy Efficiency Services Limited (ESSL) saw top Indian auto-makers such as Tata Motors
Road transport minister Nitin Gadkari said the government has asked automakers to develop vehicles that run on alternative fuels and fuel companies to develop bio-fuels
Mumbai-based Tata Motors is in talks with Indian Oil Corporation Ltd (IOC) and Petronet LNG Ltd (PLL) for developing related infrastructure for its LNG buses along the high-density Delhi-Mumbai and Kolkata-Bengaluru corridors.
Six leading car makers are eyeing the government’s plan to buy 10,000 electric vehicles while policy makers are considering generous fiscal incentives to make their capital and running cost cheaper than petrol cars within five years.
India’s First Bio-methane Bus Launched By Tata Motors; Know About The Vehicle That Runs On Food Waste!
Tata Motors has developed India’s first bio-methane bus – imagine a bus that runs on food waste! Bio-methane is produced out of bio-degradable materials like kitchen waste.
The transport ministry is not in favour of Niti Aayog’s suggestion that taxi aggregators should be allowed to rope in private cars to increase the availability of vehicles for passengers.
As it eyes the number 3 slot in the Indian passenger vehicle space, Tata Motors’ Sanand factory is set to work at full throttle. Once functioning at only 20-25 per cent of its installed capacity
The Tata Motors-owned premium luxury carmaker’s electricity supply is backed by Renewable Energy Guarantees of Origin (REGO)
Chandrasekaran joined TCS in 1987 after completing his master’s in computer applications from Regional Engineering College, Trichy, Tamil Nadu, India. Under his leadership, TCS has become the largest private sector employer in India with the highest retention rate in a globally competitive industry.
Team EnergyInfraPost India’s largest integrated power company, Tata Power on Friday announced the appointment of Natarajan Chandrasekaran as the Chairman and Additional Director of the company from February 11. After making TCS as the world’s most powerful brand in IT services, Chandrasekaran has now been given additional charge of Tata Power and take it to new […]