Tag: Sohinder Gill

Feb 19, 2015 - 10:03 am

Erik Gordon, Sohinder Gill.

Erik-Gordon“For Apple, the problem isn’t paying to build the car, its getting a return on the investment. Shareholders and analysts will hate the margins and the distraction. They’re not even the cool, first player. They are following Tesla and Google.”

Erik Gordon, professor at University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business here gives his opinions on Apple´s “Titan” project that might result in an iCar one day.

Sohinder-Gill“For us the roll out of NEMMP 2020 is of critical importance. If it doesn’t happen in this Budget then it would be end of the road for the industry.”

Hero Electric CEO Sohinder Gill is urging the Indian government to go ahead with the ‘National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020’ as otherwise the EV industry of the country would simply die out. The plan has not seen concrete action since 2013.

Aug 6, 2014 - 08:24 am

Sohinder Gill.

Sohinder-Gill“Though the majority of the electric vehicle companies have shut their business in the past two years, we hope that the industry can still be revived if NEMMP2020 is implemented in the next three to four months. The NEMMP is therefore the lifeline on which the fate of the electric vehicle industry is hanging.”

Sohinder Gill, Director of the Society of Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles (SMEV) and CEO of Hero Electric, on India’s plans to try to revive the domestic electric vehicle industry with a 2.3-billion dollar incentive programme.

Jul 23, 2014 - 08:23 am

Elon Musk, Ulrich Hackenberg, Sohinder Gill.

Elon-Musk“It will be possible to have a 500-mile range car. In fact we could do it quite soon, but it would increase the price. Over time you could expect to have that kind of range.”

Tesla CEO Elon Musk presents himself as cost-conscious as ever when talking about the future of batteries as he sees it. Even for the Model III he expects a 200-mile range for about 35,000 dollars.

Ulrich-Hackenberg“We will use all the technologies we can – 48-volt electrification, starter-generator and electric compressors – to give the customer what they want whilst reducing emissions.”

Audi’s chief developer Ulrich Hackenberg is keeping his options all wide open and advocates for diesel technology – once more.

Sohinder-Gill“The target of the plan is to have 6-7 million electric vehicles on the Indian roads by 2020. It will help save 2.2-2.5 million tonnes of fuel.”

Sohinder Gill, Director of the Society of Manufacturers of Electric Vehicles (SMEV), on the Indian government’s ‘National Electric Mobility Mission Plan 2020.’


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