The absence of charging infrastructure has been an ongoing challenge for the EV sector’s growth in India. But maybe the solution, to start with, is in long-distance intercity linear grids. In this podcast, we discuss the possibilities that exist for EV charging infrastructure as well as e-mobility’s future in a post-pandemic scenario.
How Renewable Energy Players In India Are Now Making The Most Of Its Electric Vehicles Sector3 min read
Renewable energy is the inevitable future, locally and globally both. Given the excessive usage of fossil fuel resources and their projected exhaustion in the foreseeable years, it’s imperative to dive into developing alternate sources of energy which can be reused and are sustainable. However, energy utilization shouldn’t stay limited to only one paradigm and should be multi-faceted. And smartly…
Here’s How The Problem Of Fast Charging Of Electric Vehicles Is Being Solved3 min read
The growing need of the hour, especially in India has been recognized as the fast charging of electric vehicles for their mass adoption across the country. Add to the recent initiation of major EV infrastructure projects such as the #NHforEV2020 project, which aims at the electrification of 2 major national highways (namely the NH-48 and Yamuna Expressway), the need of fast charging infrastructure is at an all-time high.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are a game changer; and not just because they present an engineering alternative to the traditional ICE engines. In their true essence, EVs sit at the core of redefining mobility at large – or in other words, they are central to the advent and development of e-mobility which is the inevitable future of commuting.