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Siemens to demerge energy business into separate listed entity

Siemens Energy India will provide solutions across the entire energy value chain – from power and heat generation, transmission to storage.

MG Motor India partners with Epsilon Group for EV charging, battery recycling

MG Motor India has signed an agreement with Epsilon Group for electric vehicle (EV) charging solutions and battery recycling and second-life expertise.

Tata Power Q3 FY 2024 PAT grows to INR 1,076 crore

Tata Power’s profit after tax for the third quarter (Oct-Nov-Dec. period) of FY 2024 grew to INR 1,076 crore compared to INR 1,052 crore in Q3 FY 2023.

Siemens profit 36% up YoY in July-Aug-Sept quarter 

Siemens Ltd has announced a  revenue of INR 5,297 crore and net profit (profit after tax) of INR 534 crore in the fourth quarter of financial year 2023 ended September 30, 2023. 

Mobec launches portable EV charging network

The Noida-based startup has rolled out the franchise network to provide mobile EV charging as a service. It targets 100 franchise partners by the end of 2023.

Delhi’s aggressive EV timelines may hit gig workers’ livelihood: IAMAI

The recently released Delhi motor vehicle aggregator and delivery service provider scheme envisages that aggregators and delivery service providers in Delhi will switch to an all-electric fleet by April 1, 2030.

Faster electric car rollout in Bangladesh demands policy support

The economic burden of air pollution in Bangladesh, for which transport is one of the major reasons, calls for strong policy-level intervention to increase the adoption of electric cars.


BPCL launches 12 fast EV chargers on Delhi-Jalandhar highway

The DC fast electric vehicle (EV) chargers will be available at BPCL fuel stations between Delhi and Jalandhar. BPCL plans 200 such fast-charging corridors along national highways by March this year. 


Servotech hits 1,400 EV charger supply milestone in three months

Servotech Power Systems has supplied 1,400 EV chargers in a span of three months in various cities across India.

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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