EV Charging Infrastructure

Delta Has Delivered Over 1 Million EV Chargers Worldwide Since 2009

Founded in 2003, Delta Electronics India is among the leading power and energy management companies in the country. With operations in three business categories, namely power electronics, automation and infrastructure, the firm has made its presence felt across India with more than four manufacturing facilities, 200 channel partners and two R&D centres. Amit Gupta, Business […]

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Canadian Government Has Invested $765,000 to Deploy 117 V1G EV Chargers

Canada-based Energy-Tech company, Peak Power has announced that it has received $765000 worth  investment from the Canadian Government. With this investment, Peak Power will install 117 V1G EV chargers to achieve a zero-emission target under the Zero Emission Vehicle Infrastructure Program (ZEVIP). The total cost of the ZEVIP program is over $1.6 million. The V1G […]

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IEA Report on Bridging Gap B/w Demand & Supply Of EV Batteries’ Metal

IEA has published a report on the global EV market. In this report, IEA has highlighted how the EV market is growing around the globe. As per the report, electric vehicle sales around the globe are rising and breaking all the previous sales records. On the other hand, the EV charging infrastructure is not growing […]

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Jio-bp, MG Motor and Castrol collaborate to boost EV charging infrastructure

In a major development that will provide a boost to the electric vehicle adoption and mobility in India, MG Motor India and Castrol India have signed an agreement to collaborate with Jio-bp to expand charging stations for electric cars. The official statement by the players said that Jio-bp, MG Motor and Castrol will explore setting […]

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BYD India In Charging Tie-Ups To Reassure Customers

BYD India has tied up with three EV charging infrastructure firms, Chargezone, Volttic, and Indipro, to offer a more robust charging network to its customers. The firm, which started off targeting the Electric bus market in India before introducing its other vehicles, notably the E6. The new charging partners will basically make their charging networks […]

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TCC builds new gen EV charging infra with 7-ELEVEN in Taiwan

Taiwan Cement Corp’s subsidiary NHOA.TCC and President Chain Store’s subsidiary 7-ELEVEN have announced the “New Energy, New Lifestyle” plan to jointly build a new generation of electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure that combines green energy, energy storage and EV charging services. NHOA.TCC’s first EV charging infrastructure is located at Taiwan’s Hualien’s City’s most popular tourist […]

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India, Japan Partner for Electric Vehicles, battery storage, Biofuels, Green Hydrogen

Taking cooperation for  net zero carbon emissions to the next level, India and Japan have instituted a ‘Clean Energy Partnership’ (CEP) by incorporating electric vehicles, EV charging infrastructure, solar sector development, biofuels, green hydrogen and battery storages. Japanese Prime Minister Kishida Fumio, was in India for the 14th India-Japan Annual Summit earlier this week. After […]

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The Top 5: Reasons Indians are Hesitant to go with E2W

India is the largest two-wheeler mobility market in the world, with sales peaking at 21 million units in 2019. With the growing concerns over pollution-induced climate change, electric mobility is seen as a substitute for fossil-fuel-dependent conventional vehicles. Two wheelers is also where adoption is expected to be earlier and faster due to lower costs […]

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Ahmedabad Municipal Corp Budget 2022-23: Green Energy, EVs in Focus

Ahmedabad municipal commissioner Lochan Sehra proposed a draft budget of Rs 8,111 crore before the standing committee on Wednesday, laying down plans to promote green energy in the city. While avoiding new taxes and major announcements in the election year, the budget provided a thrust to solar power generation, rainwater harvesting and setting up of […]

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