What is the deal with EVs catching fire? And why should you care?

Energizing India Blog, 30th Dec ’21 “Safety of E-Scooters continues to make headlines as EV fire claims its first life in India”  For years, the idea of electric vehicles ruling our highways seemed like a far-fetched dream. However, electric vehicles (EVs) are now in high demand worldwide, and their popularity is only expected to grow in the coming years. […]

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 […]

World’s First Electrified Vintage 1954 Fiat Millecento

“Using old bottles to store new wines. Rides from the past that can now go green.”  When the great lockdowns of 2020 came upon us… there was not much to do. So much stress about business, our customers, the delay in the launch of our new DC fast charger product line due to the collapse […]

Tata Motors Celebrates its 10,000th Electric Vehicle Customer.

Energizing India News, 28 Sep 21′ Tata Motors has reached a new milestone by enrolling its 10,000th electric vehicle customer, making it the first and only carmaker in India to do so. Early adopters have driven the first 10,000 electric vehicles, which, according to Tata Motors, will pave the path for EVs to become mainstream. […]

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 […]

Toyota to invest $13.5B to develop EV battery tech by 2030.

Energizing India News, 14 Sep 21′ Toyota Motor Corp said it expects to spend more than $13.5 Billion by 2030 to develop batteries and its battery supply system – a bid to lead in the key automotive technology over the next decade.  The world’s largest automaker by volume, which pioneered hybrid gasoline-electric vehicles with the […]

World’s Largest EV Battery Maker, CATL Unveils a new Sodium-Ion Battery

Energizing India News, 25 Aug 21′ Contemporary Amperex Technology Co. Ltd. or more famously known as CATL, unveiled a sodium-ion battery, a type of lower-density cell that uses cheaper raw materials than batteries made from lithium-ion metals. As well as the first generation of sodium batteries. The Ningde, Fujian-based company also launched a battery-pack solution that can integrate sodium-ion cells and lithium-ion […]