The pivot towards electric vehicles in India is expected to be sharper in the months and years ahead as prices of lithium-ion (Li-Ion) batteries plummet, while its efficiency and longevity increases.
The fight to get ahead in the electric vehicles race in India will intensify this year. At the centre of …
For the initial deployment of these EVs, the government has identified 12 cities across India.
India is clearly lagging behind when it comes to basic infrastructure for getting its stated target of six to seven million EVs on Indian roads by 2020.
Paytm’s Vijay Shekhar Sharma, venture capitalist Mahesh Murthy, and GOQii’s Vishal Gondal have booked the Model 3.
Around 15 charging points will be installed in Maharashtra, along highways connecting Mumbai-Nashik and Mumbai-Pune.