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  • India Aims to End The Sale Of Petrol And Diesel Cars By 2030

    India Aims to End The Sale Of Petrol And Diesel Cars By 2030

    The government of India aims to end the sale of petrol and diesel powered cars in the country by having an all-electric car fleet by 2030.The government will be building charging infrastructure and battery swapping programmes to achieve this goal.

  • India Plans To Eliminate Sale Of Petrol, Diesel Vehicles By 2030. Here's How

    India Plans To Eliminate Sale Of Petrol, Diesel Vehicles By 2030. Here's How

    The Ministry of Heavy Industries and the NITI Aayog are working on a policy for promotion of electric vehicles, Power Minister Piyush Goyal said.

  • Tata Motors Pilots Electric Bus In Shimla Ahead Of Tourist Rush

    Tata Motors Pilots Electric Bus In Shimla Ahead Of Tourist Rush

    The 9-meter bus, with a seating capacity of 31 people, was piloted on the Parwanu-Kalka route over a distance of 160 km.

  • Ola To Introduce Electric Cars In Its Fleet In India

    Ola To Introduce Electric Cars In Its Fleet In India

    Ride-hailing company, Ola, is all set to rollout electric vehicles by next year. Ola will pilot a few thousand electric vehicles in several Indian cities this year and will be scaling that operation in a major way.

  • Ola Ramps Up Electric Vehicles Push in India

    Ola Ramps Up Electric Vehicles Push in India

    Ola will pilot a few thousand electric vehicles in several Indian cities this year and, "after that we will be scaling it up in a major way."

  • Softbank-Backed Ola Ramps Up Electric Vehicles Push

    Softbank-Backed Ola Ramps Up Electric Vehicles Push

    Ola's push comes as sales of electric vehicles in India have remained slow, despite government incentives to curb pollution.

  • Indian Government Withdraws FAME Subsidies For Mild Hybrids

    Indian Government Withdraws FAME Subsidies For Mild Hybrids

    The Central Government has effectively withdrawn the subsidies that have been provided to mild hybrid diesel cars under the FAME scheme. The FAME or Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles was introduced in 2015 and offered discounts of up to Rs 29,000 for two wheelers and up to Rs 1.38 lakh for four wheelers. The change i...

  • Electric Vehicles In India: FAME-India Scheme Further Enables Mass Adoption

    Electric Vehicles In India: FAME-India Scheme Further Enables Mass Adoption

    The Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric vehicles (FAME-India) scheme, the government of India's endeavour to push the large-scale adoption of electric vehicles, is steadily picking up pace in the country.

  • Government Extends FAME-India Scheme In A Bid To Promote Electric Vehicles

    Government Extends FAME-India Scheme In A Bid To Promote Electric Vehicles

    The government has extended demand incentives worth Rs 127.77 crore for purchase of over 1.11 lakh electric and hybrid vehicles under the FAME-India scheme.

  • Government Plans Push For Large-Scale Adoption Of Electric Vehicles In India

    Government Plans Push For Large-Scale Adoption Of Electric Vehicles In India

    The government's top brass, led by Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, will brainstorm on Thursday on how best it can push large-scale adoption of electric vehicles in the country, ahead of the roll-out of FAME India - the national mission on electric mobility. At the meeting scheduled for February 23, Power, Coal, Mines and New & Renewable Energy Minis...

  • Tata Motors Reveals India's First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus

    Tata Motors Reveals India's First Hydrogen Fuel Cell Bus

    Tata Motors launched the future of mass public transportation at its Pune facility and took another step in the direction of green technology and mobility solutions. The company launched the Starbus Electric 9m, Starbus Electric 12m and the Starbus Hybrid 12m range of buses which are designed, developed, powered by alternate fuels and made in India...

  • Electric Scooter Manufacturer Okinawa Launches Ridge E-Scooter at Rs. 43,702

    Electric Scooter Manufacturer Okinawa Launches Ridge E-Scooter at Rs. 43,702

    Okinawa Autotech Pvt Ltd. an electric two-wheeler manufacturer launched its Ridge E-Scooter in India at a price of Rs. 43,702 (Ex-showroom, Delhi). This is the first ever product from Okinawa, which started its business operations in 2015. The scooter gets an 800 watt electric motor, which can propel it to a maximum speed of 55 kmph and allow a ran...

  • Ather Energy CEO on the Challenges of Being a Hardware Startup in India

    Ather Energy CEO on the Challenges of Being a Hardware Startup in India

    More than funds and vendors, the lack of experienced talent is a challenge for hardware startups in India, the company believes.

  • Tata-Jaguar Land Rover To Create Thousands Of Jobs In UK

    Tata-Jaguar Land Rover To Create Thousands Of Jobs In UK

    JLR chief executive Ralf Speth confirmed the luxury car manufacturer's aim of doubling its output to 1 million cars by 2020, which will include a big spike in the production of electric vehicles in Britain.

  • Mahindra e2o Two-Door Officially Discontinued In India; Exports To Continue

    Mahindra e2o Two-Door Officially Discontinued In India; Exports To Continue

    Mahindra has confirmed that the e2o two-door has been discontinued from the Indian market and will be restricted only for markets overseas. Instead, Mahindra will now retail the recently launched four-door e2oPlus in the country.

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