Mahle to make electric two and three-wheelers in India
Mahle has just announced its entry into the promising market for electric two and three-wheelers in India. To this end, the supplier has increased its stake in the former joint venture Mahle Letrika Roots India from 50 to 90 per cent.Weiterlesen
India considers banning fossil fuel bikes & trikes
In an effort to curb environmental pollution and reduce dependence on fossil fuels, a high-ranking government body in India is pressing for only electric tricycles or rickshaws to be permitted from April 2023 and solely electric two-wheelers to be sold from April 2025.Weiterlesen
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Delhi Metro introducing e-rickshaws on the last mile
SmartE, one of India’s largest EV fleet operators has intensified their latest deal with the Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC). They installed electric rickshaws at a metro station to provide passengers with electric transport on the last mile.Weiterlesen
India’s Ola to launch 10,000 electric rickshaws in a year
India’s largest ride hail service Ola, has specified its plans to electrify the fleet. The coming 12 months will see the arrival of 10,000 electric rickshaws with 3 and 4 wheels. The move is part of Ola’s Mission Electric that sits on a dedicated platform.Weiterlesen
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Essel Infraprojects invests 440 million euros in e-mobility
Essel Infraprojects, a section of Indias largest media company, has made an investment of 35 billion rupees, or 440m euros in electric transport. Most of the money is for the production of 1,000 electric buses, however they also plan to invest in electric rickshaws and charging and battery exchange stations in India.Weiterlesen
Electric rickshaw for London.
Sherazam Tiwan studies design and envisions to bring a modern version of the three-wheeled taxis best known from India to London. He would like his compact electric rickshaw to be adopted by TfL as a form of public transport. It could surely beat a Black Cab in traffic easily.