Tag "Electric vehicles"

US-based battery firm C4V to invest Rs 4,000 Cr in Karnataka

By : CIOL Bureau

US-based C4V is a leading company in the lithium-ion cell manufacturing sector. It will invest over Rs 4,000 crore in the electric battery manufacturing sector in Karnataka. Industries Minister Jagadish Shettar announced the update in a press statement. The company

Startup Circle: How is Battery Smart the answer to the rising needs in EV infrastructure?

By : Laxitha Mundhra

Battery Smart is setting up one of India’s largest networks of battery swap stations. The startup aims to cater to all forms of electric vehicles. Battery Smart users can go to any Battery Smart swap station and exchange their discharged

Evolution of EV Charging in India: Overview, Business Model, Key Factors and Future

By : CIOL Bureau

Moving ahead, the EV sector in India will demand access to efficient charging infrastructure. That is, EV Charging could become a roadblock to electric vehicle uptake. Firstly, Charge Point Operators (CPOs) need to understand what will happen when charging becomes

How is EV contributing to the growth of the Last Mile delivery ecosystem?

By : CIOL Bureau

The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the lives of billions across the globe in the last few months. Across the globe, companies and businesses are still reeling under its impact. One such industry is last-mile delivery firms as they rush to

Does Apple have the tech to build self-driving passenger vehicles?

By : Laxitha Mundhra

When we first heard that Apple is aiming to launch self-driving car technology by 2024, the first question that looms is whether Apple has the tech? The second question that comes to mind is how efficient a product like that, from

SmartE: Developing India’s electric vehicle ecosystem

By : Sunil Rajguru

We talked to Goldie Srivastava, Co-founder and CEO of electric mobility service SmartE, and discussed their goal to address last mile connectivity, with zero emission vehicles and India’s largest network of electric vehicle charging stations, which can concurrently charge more