Showing posts from January, 2021

Toyota's game changing solid state battery for EVs 2021

  BY    AFZAL YOUSAF Solid state batteries are considered as the future source of power that drives the electric mobility around the world. Advanced technology is the cure for the problems faced by conventional Li ion battery powered EVs and Solid state batteries are considered as one of the best cure. According to Nikkei Asia , Toyota is currently a world leader in solid state battery technology  and also another Japanese company, Nissan, whose first EV powered by a solid state battery could arrive in 2028. Toyota plans to unveil a vehicle fully powered by solid sate battery next year and it has more than twice range of the vehicles running in conventional Li ion batteries. Solid state batteries are a viable alternatives to li ion and it reduces the risk of fire as they no longer use aqueous electrolyte solutions , and also gives high energy density. Solid state batteries can be powered within 10 minutes and increase the range by multiple times. As name suggests, solid state battery u

Tesla officially registered in Bangalore, India.

  BY    AFZAL YOUSAF American Electric vehicle manufacturer Tesla officially entered in India by registering it's office in Bengaluru, Karnataka. As per the latest reports, they officially registered with the Registrar of Companies in India at Bangalore branch and their office is located at Richmond circle junction opposite to Bangalore club. According to the reports, Tesla India motors and Energy Pvt ltd has been incorporated in Bengaluru on January 8 and Karnataka Chief minister BS Yediyurappa took on Twitter to welcome Tesla and Elon musk to Bangalore. From the reports we can say Vaibhav Thaneja ,  Venkatrangam Sreeram, and David Jon Feinstein are directors of the incorporated Tesla entity. Taneja is Chief Accounts Officer at Tesla Inc and Feinstein is Global Senior Director, Trade Market Access at Tesla. The company has been registered with an authorized capital of  Rs 1.5 crore and a paid-up capital of  Rs 100,000. India today reported that  Karnataka Industries minister Jagad

All you need to know about India's first electric tractor " Tiger Electric"

  BY    AFZAL YOUSAF Sonalika ,  an Indian multinational company headquartered in Hoshiarpur, Punjab, launched India's first electric tractor. On the occasion of Farmer's day, Sonalika took a major step to electrify Indian agro products by launching India's first electric tractor, Tiger Electric. In this article, you can read the details of new Tiger Electric. The Tiger Electric is powered by Etrac Motor which is energy efficient and offers 100% torque everytime. It offers high performance even in tough terrains with its 35 hp electric engine. Etrac motor is offering quick pick ups in any load conditions. Tiger electric offers 24.93 kmph as top speed. The vehicle is loaded by 25.5 kWh  IP 67 Compliant natural cooling battery and offers 75% less running cost compared to its conventional diesel counter parts. Battery can be charged in regular 15 amp charger from domestic connection and takes around 10 hours to charge 100%.  Also company is working on fast charging system tha