This Delhi-based startup is making it easier and cheaper for e-rickshaw drivers to earn a livelihood
E-ChargeUp has set its sights on increasing the driver revenues and reducing the capex costs of operating a battery-run vehicle. It aims to induct 2.4 million drivers in its network.
While it may be hard to predict what the future holds, one thing is certain – its electric. Many countries are now moving towards all-electric transport infrastructure, with India having an electric vehicles (EV) policy as well. With EVs gaining popularity, charging infrastructure has become the most important aspect of the industry.
Indian auto parts makers brave a new electric world
Samvardhana Motherson Group, India’s largest component maker with revenues of nearly Rs 60,000 crore, had its moment of epiphany a little more than a year ago when one of its customers asked for wiring harnesses and junction boxes.Nothing was unusual about the enquiry because Motherson gets dozens of these every day.
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A leading player in manufacturing, assembling and supplying automotive components for vehicles running on natural gas, the company, set up in 2006, has been a frontrunner in driving the CNG revolution in India. The company’s MD, Akshay Kashyap, 41, who had worked in the United States, saw the gap between quality and costs in India and started out with the aim of building high-quality components for CNG vehicles at competitive pricing. “Green mobility,” he says, “is an imperative and won’t be niche in the coming future. We will provide the most innovative, reliable and cost-optimised solutions for sustainable and green mobility.”
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GreenFuel Wins Award as Make in India Emerging Entrepreneur in 2018
These awards are an effort to recognize rising ‘Make in India’ stars in the field of manufacturing. The winners were identified after a three month long intensive survey and were then shortlisted by an expert jury namely Uday Kotak, Aroon Purie, Manish Sabharwal, Hamitab Kant and Sanjay Nair.
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