Israeli aluminum-air battery specialist Phinergy is going to present a prototype of the Tata Tiago electric car powered by its energy system at Auto Expo India 2023.
The car, developed by Tata Motors, will be displayed at the booth of IOC Phinergy (IOP), a joint venture of Phinergy and State-run fossil fuel giant Indian Oil Corp.
IOP is engaged in the development, customization, manufacturing, assembly, and sale of aluminum-air batteries in India.
IOP and Phinergy have signed agreements with leading car manufacturers in the Indian market. The company also recently demonstrated a 500 km continuous drive powered by aluminum energy on a Mahindra Electric three-wheeler.
Aluminum is naturally available in India and its extraction and recycling technologies are also very well established. IndianOil’s collaboration with Phinergy in the field of Al-Air will reduce lithium import dependence of the country for the switch to electric mobility.
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