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Indian E-mobility Startup Trends

Last Updated: February 2020 by Narasimhan Santhanam This post is a part of EV Next’s EV Perspectives. EV Next, a division of EAI, is a leading market intelligence & strategic consulting firm for the Indian e-mobility sector. This post is part of a series titled “Taking India’s E-mobility to the Next Orbit” from EV Next Perspectives. See all posts for this series […]

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Honda Motorcycles & Scooters India EV Strategy | Honda Motorcycles’ Plans for E-Mobility – EV Next

by Narasimhan Santhanam Honda Motorcycles’ Plans for E-Mobility – EV Next   This post is a part of EV Next’s EV Perspectives. EV Next, a division of EAI, is a leading market intelligence & strategic consulting firm for the Indian e-mobility sector.   Introduction Honda Motorcycle and Scooter India (HMSI) in June 2019 has come out with an official statement to talk […]

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Posted in: E-mobility, Electric Two-wheelers and Three-wheelers, Electric Vehicles, EV Companies and Startups, EV OEMs, EV OEMs Strategy

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The Value Chain for Electric Vehicle Ecosystem – An Introduction

by Narasimhan Santhanam This post is a part of EV Next’s EV Perspectives. EV Next, a division of EAI, is a leading market intelligence & strategic consulting firm for the Indian e-mobility sector. This post is part of a series titled “Strategizing for E-mobility Opportunities in India” from EV Next Perspectives. See all posts for this series from here. See previous post […]

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Posted in: E-mobility, EV Battery Companies, EV OEMs

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Fortum India EV Strategy |Fortum’s Plans for E-Mobility – EV Next

by Narasimhan Santhanam Fortum’s Plans for E-Mobility – EV Next This post is a part of EV Next’s EV Perspectives. EV Next, a division of EAI, is a leading market intelligence & strategic consulting firm for the Indian e-mobility sector.   Introduction Fortum is a leading Finnish firm operating in the fields of energy and power. The Indian division is headquartered at […]

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Posted in: E-mobility, Electric Vehicles, EV Charging and Swapping Infrastructure Companies, EV Charging and Swapping Strategy, EV Companies and Startups, Indian E-mobility Strategy

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EV Companies in India – Indian Electric Scooters, E-rickshaw, Electric Car Companies

Last updated: Feb 2020 by Narasimhan Santhanam This post is a part of EV Next’s EV Perspectives. EV Next, a division of EAI, is a leading market intelligence & strategic consulting firm for the Indian e-mobility sector. Introduction Though Electric vehicles were not new to the world or India. There have been very few Manufacturers until 2017. However with the government of India […]

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Innovative EV Companies in India – Pioneering Indian Startups in Electric Vehicles – Batteries, Scooters, BMS…

Last updated: Feb 2020 by Narasimhan Santhanam This post is a part of EV Next’s EV Perspectives. EV Next, a division of EAI, is a leading market intelligence & strategic consulting firm for the Indian e-mobility sector.   Introduction The Indian EV sector is ramping up quite fast. While the number of electric vehicles being bought in the country is still very low, […]

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Posted in: E-mobility, Electric Vehicles, Energy Storage, EV Companies and Startups, Innovations

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Electric Vehicles Supply Chain in India – Components for E-scooters, Electric Cars, E-rickshaws

Last updated: Feb 2020 by Narasimhan Santhanam Synopsis: The Indian electric vehicle ecosystem is evolving fast, with one of the key aspects, the supply chain for various components evolving rapidly too. This post provides details and trends on the current and emerging supply chain strategy  for prominent Indian electric vehicle companies in the two, three, four wheeler categories and […]

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Posted in: E-mobility, Electric Cars, Electric Two-wheelers and Three-wheelers, Electric Vehicle Segments, Electric Vehicles, EV Companies and Startups, EV Component Manufacturers, EV OEMs

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Indian EV Startup Investments – Electric Vehicle Company Funding, Partnerships, M&A

Latest update: Feb 2020 by Narasimhan Santhanam This post is a part of EV Next’s EV Perspectives. EV Next, a division of EAI, is a leading market intelligence & strategic consulting firm for the Indian e-mobility sector.   Introduction There have been significant action and developments since 2016 in the financing and partnerships of electric vehicles companies. Hero Motors acquired a significant stake […]

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Posted in: E-mobility, Electric Vehicles, EV Companies and Startups

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Indian Companies Investing in Electric Vehicles – Hero, TVS, Mahindra, Ashok Leyland, Tata, Hyundai, Goldstone, Honda, Maruti, HSW, JBM, Force

Last updated: Feb 2020 by Narasimhan Santhanam This post is a part of EV Next’s EV Perspectives. EV Next, a division of EAI, is a leading market intelligence & strategic consulting firm for the Indian e-mobility sector.   Introduction India’s electric vehicle industry is still at its nascence when compared with other international markets such as U.S., China & Europe etc. China, being […]

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Price of an Electric Car – Percentage Break Up by Component – Batteries, Charger, Motor

Last updated: Feb 2020 by Narasimhan Santhanam This post is a part of EV Next’s EV Perspectives. EV Next, a division of EAI, is a leading market intelligence & strategic consulting firm for the Indian e-mobility sector.   Introduction If we are able to get the prices of electric cars to come down to those of conventional vehicles, there’s little doubt that a much […]

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Posted in: E-mobility, Electric Cars, Electric Cars, Electric Vehicle Segments, EV OEMs, Uncategorized

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