EP 22 | Making EVs Mainstream | Sunfuel Electric | Gul PANAG & Sudhir NAYAK

In this episode we go back to the charging infrastructure sector and speak to a unique new startup charge point operator co-founded by a team of people who bring a myriad of experience from the consulting, advertising, manufacturing and even the film industry. The one thing that this team has in common is a passion […]

EP 21 |Achieving the impossible – Rapid Charge in 15 minutes | Arun Vinayak |Exponent Energy

During the last 18 months on this program, we have covered conversations with the entire EV ecosystem in India including regulators, grid operators, vehicle manufacturers, battery manufacturers and charge point operators. What has become a very evident lesson is that the various elements of the EV ecosystem dance to their own tune and are not […]

EP 20 | Electrifying Indian Highways| Kartikey Hariyani | Chargezone

Unlike ICE vehicles, where the ecosystem was built over the last 100 years, the Electric Vehicle sector is still waiting for all parts of the ecosystem to talk to each other. Until that happens EV drivers and fleet owners will not have a seamless mobility experience. We often hear of the concept of range anxiety, […]

EP 19 | What are EV Manufacturers doing wrong? | Cyrus Dhabar | Powerdrift

During the recent annual budget presented by the finance minister in February 2022, she made firm policy announcements on battery swapping infrastructure and it’s evident that policy objectives are clearly towards massive swift to clean mobility by 2030. We already have determined that the present buying cycle for ICE vehicles is likely the last one […]

E18 | Is this the right time to move from ICE vehicles to EVs? | Rajeev CHABA | MG Motor India

Post COP26 most major economies have set themselves aggressive targets to reduce greenhouse gas emissions with many releasing objectives to achieve zero-emission mobility through battery-electric and hydrogen mobility within this decade. Even the big oil companies are jumping on to surf this new energy wave. Notice how French oil company Total subtly changed its name […]

E17 | What does it take to build India’s most electrified state for zero-emission mobility | K.R. JYOTHILAL IAS

Today our show meets someone very interesting as we feature a senior policymaker and regulator for the transport sector in one of India’s most progressive states, Kerala. In this very engaging conversation, we cover how the great CORONA lockdowns impacted mobility and the economy of the state. We also discuss why Kerala has some of […]

EP 16 | Does China control the Indian E Mobility Sector? | Alisha Sachdev | CNBC TV 18

Our program has now been running for twelve months now, and we have covered a host of subjects including battery chemistries, the potential for Giga-factories in India, charging standards, government policies, mobility technologies and the challenges for the ChargePoint operators.   In this episode we have a freewheeling discussion on a range of subjects including whether China […]

EP15 | Exploring the R&D roadmap of EVs in India | Sajid MUBASHIR | Ministry of Science & Technology

In this episode, we address the subject of faster adoption of electric mobility in India from an entirely different perspective. So far, we talked to original equipment manufacturers of both Cars & 2-wheelers, ChargePoint operators, Electricity distribution companies, etc. Today we explore Research & Development & Government Policies in order to achieve the electric dream.  […]

E14 | Buses of the future – changing how India gets to work | JBM

Today we focus on mass public transport, the electric bus sector and speak with Nishant Arya Vice Chairman & MD, JBM Auto Ltd., the flagship company of the $2.2B Indian conglomerate JBM Group that recently under his stewardship enter the electric vehicle sector and is finding significant success. Nishant studied at Bradford University and then the London School of […]

E13 | A World Beyond Lithium | Faradion

In this episode, we discuss our world beyond the need to rely on Lithium. After the invention of the wheel, innovations in transportation barely evolved over 4,000 years. The arrival of the Internal Combustion Engine (or ICE technology) changed all of that during the late 1800s and it was the lead-acid battery that enabled the growth of […]