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Tata Power Installs Over 1,000 EV Charging Stations In India

Tata Power EZ Chargers ecosystem covers the entire value chain of public, captive, bus/ fleet and home chargers.

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Semiconductor Shortage Temporary, Expected To Be Over By 2022: Bhargava

'The shortage of semiconductors is a temporary problem partly due to COVID-19. Our estimation is that this shortage problem will be over by 2022,' Bhargava said while responding to a query by a shareholder.

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Electric Two-Wheelers May Account For 10 % Of Overall Sales In 2-3 Yrs: Ather Energy

The upfront cost of an electric two-wheeler and that of a petrol counterpart is almost similar at present, which along with the added advantage of lower running cost make it more attractive for customers.

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EV Policy Needs To Be Rejigged To Make It More Effective: Hero Electric

Under the second phase of the Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles in India (FAME-II) scheme, 10 lakh registered electric two-wheelers with a maximum ex-factory price are eligible to avail incentive of Rs 20,000 each.

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Online Multi-Brand EV Store Blive Raises USD 1 Million``

A major part of the investment will be utilised towards brand building and customer acquisition for electric vehicle (EV) marketplace, BLiveEV Store

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Toyota Develops Fuel Cell System To Cut Carbon Footprint

The FCV segment remains a niche technology despite Japanese government backing, amid concerns about lack of fuelling stations, resale values and the risk of hydrogen explosions.

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Samsung SDI To Invest $849 Million To Expand EV Battery Plant In Hungary

Samsung SDI, an affiliate of South Korean tech giant Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, began production at the Hungary plant in 2018, producing batteries for 50,000 EVs a year.

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Manufacturer For Hire: China's Geely Sets Out To Become A Force In Electric Cars

A subsequent agreement to build mass-market electric vehicles for embattled Los Angeles-based startup Faraday Future would be handled by the venture with Foxconn.

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Foxconn Taiwan Auto JV Aims To Roll Out EV Bus In October

Foxconn has ramped up its interest in EVs over the past year or so, announcing deals with Chinese EV maker Byton and Chinese automaker Zhejiang Geely Holding Group.

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US Asks Tesla To Recall 158,000 Vehicles For Touchscreen Failures

The auto safety agency made the unusual request in a formal letter to Tesla after upgrading a safety probe in November, saying it had tentatively concluded the 2012-2018 Model S and 2016-2018 Model X vehicles "contain a defect related to motor vehicle safety."

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Geely And Foxconn Team Up To Build Cars For Other Automakers

They will each hold 50% of a joint venture that will also provide consulting services on electric vehicle (EV) technologies to automakers

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Electric Vehicle Market In India Expected To Hit 63 Lakh Units Per Annum Mark By 2027: IESA

The EV sales in India stood at 3.8 lakh units in 2019-20, and the EV battery market stood at 5.4GWh during the year. The electric two-wheelers were the highest selling in the entire segment last fiscal.

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Geely's New EV Plant Will Build Premium Polestar Cars

Hangzhou-based Geely is China's most internationally known automaker. It owns Volvo Cars and Lotus, almost half of Proton and 9.7% of Daimler AG.

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CEO Of Top Battery Maker LG Chem Discloses JV Talks, Defends Split-Off

The unit will first become a wholly-owned subsidiary tentatively named LG Energy Solutions and then up to 30% of the company may be listed in an initial offering in about a year.

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GM Venture's Mini Car Becomes China's Most Sold Ev, Surpassing Tesla's Model 3

The starting price for the Hongguang MINI EV is 28,800 yuan ($4,200), less than 10% of the 291,800 yuan starting price for Tesla's China-made Model 3 vehicles before they get government subsidies.

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