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04 Feb 2020

ABB AND ASHOK LEYLAND TEAM UP FOR GREENER ELECTRIC BUSES

ABB AND ASHOK LEYLAND TEAM UP FOR GREENER ELECTRIC BUSES Ashok Leyland, flagship of Hinduja Group, and ABB Power Products and Systems India Limited have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), to expand the eco-system for efficient and greener electric bus transportation systems in India. The MoU outlines a partnership to develop a pilot electric bus based on ABB’s flash-charge technology, TOSA, which tops up the battery in just seconds.

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17 Jan 2020

EBERSPAECHER AND SHARDA EXHAUST TECHNOLOGY OPENING NEW PLANT IN INDIA

EBERSPAECHER AND SHARDA EXHAUST TECHNOLOGY OPENING NEW PLANT IN INDIA The Indian Joint Venture of Eberspaecher Exhaust Technology International GmbH and Sharda Motor Industries Ltd. opened its new production plant in India in the city Pune with a festive ceremony. The joint venture aims to develop, produce and sell exhaust systems for commercial vehicles meeting the emission standards of Bharat Stage VI – similar to Euro 6.

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31 Dec 2019

MUMBAI TENDER FOR 340 E-BUSES

MUMBAI TENDER FOR 340 E-BUSES In India earlier this year the Department of Heavy Industry, under the Ministry of Heavy Industry and Public Enterprises, had granted the purchase for 5,595 electric buses to be deployed in no less then 64 cities. This as a result of India's FAME-II program to promote clean and sustainable public transport. Now Brihan-Mumbai Electric Supply and Transport Undertaking (BEST) has issued a tender for the supply and operation of 140 single decker AC electric buses and 200 midi AC electric buses for the city of Mumbai. The last date for the submission of bids is January 7, 2020.

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25 Dec 2019

BYD AND OLECTRA ARE PLANNING TO EXPAND E-BUS PRODUCTION IN INDIA

BYD AND OLECTRA ARE PLANNING TO EXPAND E-BUS PRODUCTION IN INDIA After having announced in June to open up a second factory to enhance the bus production in India. Several media reported about the plan the Chinese bus manufacturer has developed with its Indian partner Olectra. BYD wants to increase the production of electric buses from now 2,000 buses per year to 5,000.

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