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Amazon India partners TVS Motor on EVs for last-mile deliveries

The e-commerce giant will add TVS Motor’s electric two- and three-wheelers to its existing delivery fleet.

Flipkart to deploy 400 electric cargo vehicles for Delhi NCR

E-commerce retailer Flipkart has partnered with electric fleet operator Magenta Mobility to add 400 electric cargo vehicles to its fleet in India’s national capital region.

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India’s EV sales to annually surge 49% in 2021-30 period, says IESA

A new India Energy Storage Alliance (IESA) report projects electric vehicle sales to grow by as much as 49% per year to 17 million units by 2030, with electric two-wheelers accounting for almost 88% of total demand.

India may fall behind its 2030 EV sales forecast

A new report says India will have only 50 million electric vehicles (EVs) on road by 2030 despite a ramp-up in domestic manufacturing, falling behind by 40% on the cumulative sales projections by NITI Aayog. It also recommends policy measures to improve India’s chances of realizing 80 million EV sales by 2030.

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Oil India completes beta demo for hydrogen-powered bus

Ohm Cleantech, a startup incubated by Oil India, has developed a 9-meter hydrogen fuel cell bus that can cover 450 km on a single refill. The bus will start appearing on roads in Assam’s Kaziranga Nation Park in the months ahead.

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IREDA to lend INR 268 crore to BluSmart Mobility

The integrated EV ride-hailing and charging company will use the amount to purchase 3,000 all-electric cars.

Over ten lakh electric vehicles on Indian roads

India has 10,76,420 registered electric vehicles, with 1,742 public charging stations operational as of March 21, 2022.

Fire incidents highlight ‘burning’ issues in India’s EV ecosystem

Although we may have just about commenced our run in the electric vehicle (EV) race, it is critical that we jump-start the pace of adoption by enhancing the overall perception of EVs from a safety and longevity standpoint.

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World will need 5.2TW of solar this decade to avoid climate breakdown

The International Renewable Energy Agency’s latest global outlook has spelled out just how ‘woefully’ far the world is from capping temperature rises at 1.5C, and lamented: ‘The stimulus and recovery efforts associated with the pandemic have also proved a missed opportunity.’

Battery supply could remain tight into next year

Analyst Wood Mackenzie has predicted soaring demand for electric vehicle devices will ensure supply will not keep pace with demand until some point in 2023.

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