Tata Motors announced that it has bagged a prestigious order of 1500 electric buses from Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC) under the larger tender by Convergence Energy Services Limited. Tata Motors will supply, operate and maintain air-conditioned, low-floor, 12-metre fully built electric buses for 12 years, as per the contract.
The company will put in fresh investments of ₹3,000 crore on its electric vehicles business in the next three years and has ambitions to sell 5 lakh EV's by 2025
Piaggio's recently launched FX range (fixed battery) of electric vehicles. These are passenger 3 wheelers and also cargo loaders. The Ape Electric FX range (cargo) is also eligible for FAME II subsidy. They also inaugurated a unique electric vehicle experience center in Jaipur.
The Ape’ Electrik FX range of electric vehicles are launched in the Cargo and Passenger segment. The new Ape’ E-Xtra FX is the most powerful electric cargo in the segment with 9.5 Kw power output. It comes with a proven full metal body architecture fitted with a useful 6 ft cargo deck length. It is also customizable for applications like the delivery van, garbage collector etc.
Motherpod Innovations Pvt. Ltd. has launched India's first all-electric cab service called SainikPod Sit & Go in Bengaluru. The service has been given the name SainikPod as it is managed by ex-servicemen.
Okinawa has launched a cargo electric two-wheeler called the Okinawa Dual and is priced at ₹58,998. It also plans to invest Rs 150 crore in setting up a new manufacturing unit in Rajasthan as they have set a target of selling 1 lakh units in the next financial year.
Sonalika Tractors on Wednesday launched India's first field-ready electric tractor 'Tiger'. The electric tractor priced at Rs 5.99 lakh (ex-showroom) and they have started accepting bookings for its electric tractor.
By Team PluginIndia
Electric Vehicle News
Infraprime Logistics Technologies (IPLTech), a start-up in construction logistics is planning to rollout 1,000 heavy duty electric trucks in India. They have been testing their electric truck for over a year to understand the techno financial viability. But with successful commercial run of its fleet of 55-MT electric trucks over the last one year, the company believes its time to rollout larger fleets.
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