Electric Vehicles

As Sales Peak EPA Finalises New Pollution Standards For EVs In US

Biden-Harris Administration has finalised pollution standards for cars that position US companies and workers to lead towards a clean vehicle future, protect public health, address the climate crisis, and save drivers money. EPA has finalised this rule as sales of clean vehicles, including plug-in hybrid and fully electric vehicles, hit record highs last year. The […]

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JSW, MG Motor JV Sets Target Of 1 Million EVs Sales For India By 2030

Mumbai-based steel producer JSW announced its collaboration with MG Motor a luxury SUV cars provider in India through a joint venture. This collaboration between MG Motor and JSW Group aims to sell one million electric vehicles in India by 2030 and capture a third of the market. The joint venture, according to the two businesses, […]

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Revfin Inks Deal With Sun Mobility For EV Financing

Electric Vehicle maker SUN Mobility and Revfin have collaborated to offering innovative financing solutions for fleet and passenger vehicles utilizing SUN Mobility’s Battery-as-a-Service (BaaS) model. Revfin will finance two-wheelers for fleet business and three-wheelers for cargo and passenger vehicle segments. SUN Mobility also plans to deploy almost 100k of these vehicles under the BaaS model, […]

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EV Maker VinFast Steps Into Global Electric Charging Sector

Electric Vehicle (EV) manufacturer VinFast announced the establishment of V-Green Global Charging Station Development Company (V-Green). According to a media release, VinFast launched the EV charging company to develop a comprehensive charging infrastructure system that prioritizes supporting VinFast vehicles. Spun off from VinFast charging station development division, V-Green, majority-owned by Mr. Pham with a 90% […]

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Hyundai, Kia To Recall 1,70,000 EVs Over Software Issue In South Korea: Report

Hyundai Motor Co and sister company Kia Corp have announced that they will recall about 170,000 electric vehicles (EVs) in South Korea over problems with software in the charging systems, reported news agency Reuters quoting South Korea’s transport ministry. “Hyundai Motor and Kia will take prompt actions to prevent customer inconvenience and will continue to […]

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Okaya EV Chargers Gets HPCL Order For 600 EV Chargers

Okaya EV Chargers has announced that it has secured an order for 600 EV chargers from Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Limited (HPCL). The order includes the installation of 60KW CCS2 Dual Gun and 120KW CCS2 Dual Gun chargers at various locations across India, stated the press release by the company. The company Okaya EV said, “These […]

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Centre Extends FAME-II Scheme For EVs: Report

The Centre has decided to extend the FAME-II scheme (Faster Adoption and Manufacturing Electric Vehicles) for EV manufacturing and to boost faster adoption of EVs in the country. Earlier, the scheme was slated to end by March 31, 2024. According to media reports, the government has extended the scheme not to let any disruption affect […]

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Servotech Secures Order for 1400 Fast EV Chargers from IOCL

EV chargers manufacturer Servotech Power Systems Ltd. announced it has bagged an order of 1400 DC fast EV chargers from Indian Oil Corporation Limited (IOCL) and other EV charger OEMs. The total order is valued at Rs 111 crores and involves two charger variants of 60 kW and 120 kW, according to a press release […]

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Tata Group’s Agratas To Build 40 GWh EV Battery Factory In UK

Agratas, Tata Group’s global battery business, today announced that a battery manufacturing facility will be built by the company in the United Kingdom. In this regard, it announced the location of the facility that will be built in Gravity Smart Campus near Bridgwater, Somerset. According to the company, the facility will have a capacity of […]

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