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India’s Government Orders 10,000 Electric Cars by Tata Motors: New Cars in India Electric by 2030

Geschreven op 1-10-2017 - Erik van Erne. Geplaatst in Vervoer en OV
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The government of India has agreed to purchase 10,000 new electric vehicles from India’s Tata Motors as part of a bid to replace the diesel-, petrol- and gas-powered cars currently used by government agencies.

Tata Motors will supply the electric vehicles (EVs) in two phases with 500 electric cars in the first phase in November 2017 and the remaining 9,500 electric vehicles in the second phase. This purchase agreement will play out over the next 3 to 4 years.

Although the purchase of 10,000 electric vehicles (EVs) is certainly nice, we have to remember that India’s government is massive and they have more than 500,000 vehicles in use by various government agencies in the country.

India wants to promote the use of electric vehicles to curb carbon emissions and energy demand. The federal think tank in May laid out a 15-year roadmap for electrifying all new vehicles by 2030 and limiting the registration of petrol and diesel cars.

See also: Renewable Energy in Indian Railways: Solar Panels On 250 Trains in India by Indian Railways – India LED Straatverlichting: Alle Straatverlichting in India in 2 Jaar Vervangen door LED – India 200 GigaWatt Solar-Power in 2050 – India’s Solar Power House: Documentary by BBC

De 100% Elektrische Reva uit India by Mahindra – De 100% Elektrische Tata Indica Vista EV uit India by Tata – Tata Electric Bus Lineup: The Electric Hydrogen Fuell Cell Starbus by Tata – Tatá, Tatá, Tatá: De Tata Air Car – De goedkoopste auto ter wereld: de Tata Nano en de Tata Nano EV – Tata Nano Test Drive: Amazingly Good and Amazingly Cheap – Tata Steel IJmuiden Gaat 80.000 Zonnepanelen Plaatsen op Daken van het Fabriekscomplex – Tata Tiago EV Electric Car by Tata Motors

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  1. Erik van Erne zegt:

    1 oktober 2017 om 13:27 | Permalink

    India’s Government: Electric Bikes Likely to Hit India in Next 6 Months

    See also: The Spero e100: India’s First Crowdfunded Eco-Friendly Electric Bike

  2. Mari zegt:

    22 november 2017 om 10:01 | Permalink

    India Launch Tender For Another 10,000 EVs In March 2018

    Energy Efficiency Savings Limited (EESL) is set up to launch another tender to procure 10,000 electric vehicles. The tender is expected to be launched by the government-owned company next year.

    Managing Director of EESL Saurabh Kumar recently told that a new tender for procurement of 10,000 electric vehicles will be launched in March 2018. The first batch of cars for this tender will likely be delivered by June 2018. As in the first tender, EESL will procure these vehicles for various government agencies which are planning to replace their fleets of petrol and diesel-powered vehicles.

    Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra won the first tender to supply 10,000 electric sedans to EESL earlier this year. The first phase of this tender will see Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra to deliver 350 and 150 cars, respectively before the end of the year.

  3. Mahdi zegt:

    22 november 2017 om 10:08 | Permalink

    India Plans EV Charging Corridor Across New Delhi

    The Indian government’s planning arm, NITI Aayog, recently released a draft proposal to set up an electric vehicles charging corridor across New Delhi which could serve as a foundation for much larger deployment of EV charging infrastructure across the country.

    The proposal has been prepared in partnership with AC2SG, a Finland-based smart grid software solutions provider. The proposal calls for setting up 135 EV charging stations along the Gurgoan-South Delhi-Noida corridor. This route will likely cover the busiest routes of the Indian capital.

    The proposal has identified 55 locations, which also includes locations owned by private companies to set up the charging stations. The plan includes implementation of 46 DC fast-charging and 89 AC slow-charging stations.

  4. Erik van Erne zegt:

    8 februari 2018 om 13:15 | Permalink

    Tata Motors and Mahindra Showcase Twelve Electric Cars At Auto Expo India 2018

    Two of India’s leading electric car manufacturers, Tata Motors and Mahindra & Mahindra, will showcase a dozen electric vehicle models at the 2018 edition of Auto Expo India.

    Tata Motors is expected to present six electric vehicles, including electric versions of the hatchback Tiago and sedan Tigor.

    Mahindra Electric is going to unveil the ‘future of mobility’ in the form of six new EVs. Mahindra Electric is expected to showcase an electric version of its popular hatchback KUV. Two new models for the Indian market are also expected to be shown at the event. These could be the SsangYong Tivoli – S201 sedan and XUV Aero, which was first shown as a concept at Auto Expo 2016.

    Mahindra Electric is widely expected to present electric versions of its popular sports utility model Scorpio. Mahindra’s e2o and e2o plus (photo) hatchbacks and e-verito sedan are the most popular electric vehicles offered by the company.

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