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Tata Power Pan India creates EV charging infrastructure to facilitate e-mobility

This is part of Tata Power’s larger vision of sustainability and they have partnered with News18 Network to launch ‘Sustainable is Attainable’ – an initiative to fast-track India’s green energy transition by creating mass awareness about green technologies,

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N.America’s most affordable 70+ mph electric motorcycle is already for sale and nobody has Identified.

We have been discussing the potential influx of affordable electric motorcycles from Asia for many years now.  However, the COVID-19 epidemic caused significant delays in the rollout of several expected Asian models.

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Ford Is Aiming For Jovial Ride In India Through Electric Vehicles.

Ford needs to prove that India is cost-competitive to manufacture EVs, which requires large investments to localise the supply chain,” he said, adding that it had to figure out how to source lithium-ion.  Batteries.

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Norwegian startup started building Fresco XL the eight-seater 1,000-km / 620-mile EV

Norwegian EV startup Fresco named by futurist and social engineer Jacque Fresco when it debuted the design of a new electric sedan called Fresco Reverie in 2019.  And the last time we heard about Fresco was until the company teased the new design for a different EV with a projected range of 1,000 km or about 620 miles on a single charge.

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The Biden administration plans to disburse $ 5bn to make an EV charging network across the US.

Nationwide network of electric vehicle charging stations puts new or refurbished stations every 50 miles (80 km) along interstate highways as part of an administration plan to promote widespread adoption of zero-emissions cars.

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The launch of the KTM Duke Electric Motorcycle has been confirmed – likely to be made in India

Pierre Mobility, the parent company of the Austrian motorcycle brand KTM, has confirmed the development of a fully electric motorcycle.  This battery powered motorcycle is retailed under the KTM brand and is expected to share its internal and running gear with its Swedish counterpart

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