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General Motors EV Strategy | General Motors’ Plans for E-Mobility – EV Next

by Narasimhan Santhanam General Motors’ 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.   Company Profile General Motors India Private Limited is a partnership between General Motors and SAIC that is engaged in the […]

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Amara Raja India EV Strategy | Amara Raja ‘s Plans for E-Mobility – EV Next

by Narasimhan Santhanam Amara Raja ‘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 A USD 565 million Group, Amara Raja is involved in engineering, research and design of batteries was found […]

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Posted in: E-mobility, E-mobility Support Strategy, Electric Vehicles, EV as a Service Strategy, EV Batteries Strategy, EV Charging and Swapping Strategy, EV Components Strategy, EV OEMs Strategy, Indian E-mobility Strategy

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

Exide’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  Headquartered in Kolkata, Exide is the largest manufacturer of automobile batteries in India for ICE vehicles and is now developing technologies for supplyingg […]

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

by Narasimhan Santhanam Exicom’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 Exicom Power Solutions, a privately held company was established in 1994 has over two decades of experience in designing, engineering […]

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

by Narasimhan Santhanam Olectra Greentech’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 The company offers green energy solutions to public transport by introducing the state of the art e-Bus (electric Bus). […]

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

by Narasimhan Santhanam Ashok Leyland’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 The government’s ambition to change all public transportation to electric has sent all major commercial vehicle manufacturers scurrying for […]

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

by Narasimhan Santhanam Bharat Forge’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 The Public Indian multinational company founded in 1961, is a technology driven global leader in metal forming having transcontinental […]

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

by Narasimhan Santhanam ABB India’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 ABB India was founded in 1949. It is headquartered in Bengaluru. ABB lays the foundations for a fryone, everywhere. […]

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TVS Motors India EV Strategy | TVS Motors’ Plans for E-Mobility – EV Next

by Narasimhan Santhanam TVS Motors’ 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 The third largest manufacturer of two wheelers in India is taking a slow and steady entrance into the electric […]

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

by Narasimhan Santhanam BASF’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 The company works on wide range of products such as Mobile Emission catalysts, Process Catalysts, Battery materials, Stationary Emissions, Precious […]

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