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This section provides regular aggregation of news and updates from India and around the world for Electric Vehicles. This is part of EAI 360, India's largest renewable energy and clean technology news aggregator.

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Power Grid Plans To Set Up 26 Electric Vehicle Charging Stations In Three Cities

State-run transmission utility Power Grid Corporation Ltd. looks to set up 26 electric-vehicle charging stations in three cities as India takes first steps towards promoting the use of electric vehicles. 24 of these stations will come up at every halt of the Hyderabad Metro. A charging station with… read more →

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Wait continues for Kochi Metro’s e-autorickshaws

Introduction of electric buses to the city has brought back the focus on Kochi Metro Rail Ltd’s (KMRL) plan to implement electric autorickshaws here. Though the Metro agency has taken up the initiative to facilitate operations of about 150 electric autos as part of its feeder network, their efforts… read more →

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India to focus EV subsidies on ride sharing electric cars

The Indian government has been rethinking their FAME scheme designed to increase electric mobility. The new draft will channel funds away from grants for buying private electric cars and into EVs used by drivers working for shared mobility services such as Ola and Uber. The reasoning behind the move… read more →

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Government To Scrap Subsidy For Private Electric Cars In Second Phase Of FAME

The central government is planning to scrap subsidy for private electric car owners in its new Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of hybrid and Electric vehicles or FAME 2.0. Until now, the FAME scheme granted an incentive of Rs. 1.3 lakh for buying an electric or hybrid vehicle in the country. According… read more →

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Government to rope in nodal agencies for electric vehicle infra

The government plans to appoint state-owned power distribution companies, central public sector undertakings and municipal corporations as nodal agencies for setting up a minimum skeleton network of more than 4,000 electric vehicle charging infrastructure in identified cities and highways. The Centre… read more →

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All-electric vehicle plans lack infra support

India’s aspiration to make the country an all-electric vehicle market in the coming decade seemed to be a far cry, given the poor state of infrastructure to support growth of these vehicles. Denner, Chairman of Bosch Group, who is currently visiting India, said the country should rather go for the… read more →

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CK Birla's Avtec To Invest $88Mn In EVs

Avtec, the engine and transmission manufacturing arm of the CK Birla Group, has plans to infuse $88 Mn (INR 600 Cr) in producing electric vehicles and its components in the next three years. With the investment, the company expects a two-and-half fold increase in its revenue. Currently, Avtec supplies… read more →

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Nissan Leaf Electric car confirmed for India; Launch timeline revealed

Nissan India is planning to implement an aggressive strategy for the Indian car market. Nissan had earlier revealed that it was targeting to achieve a 5% market share in India by 2020. The company has extended the self-set target of achieving the market share from 2020 to 2022. With the updated timelines,… read more →

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Electric vehicle manufacturers urge govt to make short-term policies to help industry

The Society of Electric Vehicles Manufacturers (SMEV) has urged the union government to make policies that will help manufacturers in the short-term—starting with a period of three months to three years at the maximum—as that will give clarity to companies that have already invested in the developing… read more →

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India Wants European Charging Standard For Its Electric Vehicles

India’s power planning body prefers the European electric vehicle charging infrastructure standard that’s used by German and American automakers, according to officials aware of the development. The Central Electricity Authority’s April report recommended the European Combined Charging System… read more →

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