The electric vehicles industry in India has grown tremendously over the years, with a mix of public policy, native MSMEs and foreign direct investment boosting the industry to unparalleled heights. Development of a manufacturing system has facilitated the adoption of electric vehicles in India and has also seen major players join the “Green Race” (analogous to Space Race) and switch to all-things…
Electric Vehicles Industry In India
Electric VehiclesIndustry7 min read
Given the gravity of the situation, there is an increasing need for alternative solutions for commute and transport that can address the problem. To provide one such simple yet effective solution, Amit Gupta co-founded ‘Yulu’ – a highly scalable, affordable, efficient, and green mode for first and last mile connectivity, as well as short distance commute. He believes that this is a large social…
Electric VehiclesIndustry3 min read
It’s an open secret that if the concept of e-mobility in India is being talked about, the inherent need of facilitating electric vehicle charging infrastructure will be given paramount importance. This is because of 2 critical reasons: The first, a lack of expertise in developing in-house charging mechanisms and second, the market penetration (or a lack thereof) of 4-wheeler electric vehicles in Ind…
IndustryElectric Vehicles3 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.