Tag: Hyderabad

May 31, 2020 - 02:50 pm

Tata Power invests in charging infrastructure

The Indian energy provider Tata Power plans to expand its network of smart EV charging points in India from the current approx. 170 now to over 700 by end of the financial year under the subsidiary brand name of Tata Power EZ Charge.

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Jan 20, 2020 - 10:07 pm

Amazon to use 10k EVs in India by 2025

Amazon has announced its intention to use a total of 10,000 electric vehicles in India by 2025. These are to be both electric rickshaws and four-wheeled electric vehicles from Indian production.

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Aug 6, 2019 - 02:02 pm

India: Tata to build 300 charging stations

Tata Motors has announced that it will build a total of 300 charging stations for electric vehicles in five major Indian cities by the end of fiscal 2020 in cooperation with their sister company Tata Power.

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Aug 9, 2018 - 05:33 pm

Ikea opens in India with EVs and solar panels

Swedish furniture maker Ikea has opened their first store in India as planned. The centre in Hyderabad offers electric vehicles in their delivery fleet and uses solar power. Their targets to deepen their green stance are ambitious.

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Aug 9, 2016 - 07:38 am

London, Hyderabad, Plug Power, Tesla.

London to ban buses: The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, confirmed his plans for ‘Low Emission Bus Zones’ that prioritise the greenest buses on the worst polluted routes. The first route will start in Putney in February, where then only hybrid or Euro 6 diesels will be permitted to run. A second route will be converted in October 2017. The zones will also incorporate changes to the road layout to ensure buses have priority over other traffic. All shall be implemented by 2020.
businessgreen.com, london.gov.uk

The world’s biggest bike sharing is to be installed in Indian Hyderabad. 300 stops for 10,000 bicycles and e-bikes will be located at metro and rail stations and around the city. The project will be co-funded by UN Habitat and climate protection agencies. A first station is scheduled to go up in September.
indianexpress.com, newindianexpress.com

Fuel cell van: Plug Power is working on fuel cells to extend the range of electric delivery vans. The firm has been part of a trial with the U.S. DoE and FedEx, where fuel cell trucks returned to the depot to be refuelled, thus tripling their reach effectively. Plug Power hopes for a deal with FedEx.
timesunion.com

Tesla disqualified: Neither the Model S nor the Model X are eligible for EV subsidies in South Korea because their batteries are too big essentially. Grants are given only to EVs which charging takes less than 10 hours with a 7 kWh charger. Yet, Tesla now offers a 60 kWH variant that might be a hit in Korea.
koreaherald.com

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Found on electrive.com
https://www.electrive.com/2020/05/31/tata-power-invests-in-charging-infrastructure/
31.05.2020 14:15