Electric Vehicles


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Ola Electric is gearing up to launch its much talked about scooter. The fact that it is going to come loaded with tech and in an array of exciting colours does make it a tempting proposition for many who wish to own an electric scooter.

The Ola electric scooter has been testing on Indian roads for quite some time now and the market is abuzz with talk about all that is going to be on offer. In fact, just a few days back, Ola create...

Date : Aug 02, 2021

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Maharahstra announces EV Policy 2021

Maharashtra’s EV policy plans a 10% EV target in new registrations by 2025. It also hopes to establish a comprehensive charging facility.

The Maharashtra state government has announced a revised Electric Vehicle (EV) policy 2021 under which it is targeting a 10% penetration of EVs in the new vehicle registrations in the state by 2025...

Date : Jul 14, 2021

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Pride and Joy

Yatin Gupte, Chairman & MD, Wardwizard Innovations and Mobility Limited, talks about their recently inaugurated state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Vadodara, Gujarat, and how they're looking at setting up manufacturing facilities in Kerala and West Bengal with a total investment of INR 200 crore.

Despite the turbulent times faced by the automotive industry due to the pandemic, Wardwizard Innovations and Mobility Limited, manufacturers of electric two-wheeler, ‘Joy e-bike’ has be...

Date : Jun 26, 2021

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Gujarat announces comprehensive EV Policy; aims to become EV hub

From extension of FAME II policy by two years to incentives announced by the Central government and most recently by the state of Gujarat, India’s electrification developments are unfolding thick and fast.

Gujarat has become the latest state to announce a comprehensive electric vehicle (EV) policy. While automakers across segments have welcomed the move that will see the enabling of faster adoption o...

Date : Jun 26, 2021

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2W EVs get a booster shot

In a recent amendment of FAME India Phase II, the demand incentive for electric two-wheeler makers has now been revised to INR 15,000 per KWh from the earlier INR 5,000 per KWh, with the overall cap of incentives fixed at 40% of the value of vehicle.

Affordability of electric mobility has always remained a pain point for both the manufacturers and buyers. The recent amendment in the Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles in Indi...

Date : Jun 17, 2021

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