Electric bus Current Affairs, GK & News
Union Minister for Road Transport & Highways, Shri Nitin Gadkari recently launched India’s first AC double-decker electric bus named ‘Switch EiV 22’ developed by Ashok Leyland in Mumbai. About the Bus The bus can gain a 100km of range with just a 45min charge, while a full charge takes 80 minutes and has a Nickel, ..
The Delhi Government recently launched the one-stop website to promote electric vehicles. The website is ev.delhi.gov.in. The website is open for manufacturers, buyers, charging station explorers. The main features of the website are EV search, EV calculator and EV dashboard. About the website The website provides information about increasing charging infrastructure and the potential EV ..
On January 17, 2022, the Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal flagged off the first electric bus of the Delhi Transport Corporation. The E – buses are to run on 27 – km long route. These buses were manufactured by the JBM Auto Limited. About the buses These electric buses are low floor buses. They are ..
Topics: Arvind Kejriwal • Battery electric vehicle • Bio-CNG bus • Charging station • CNG stations • CNG Vehicles • Compressed natural gas • Delhi Government • Delhi pollution • Delhi Transport Corporation • e-vehicles • Electric bus • Electric Buses • Electric vehicle • Fame Phase-II • FAME Scheme • Faster Adoption & Manufacturing of Electric (and hybrid) vehicles • hybrid stations • multi modal trasnport logistics • Pragati Maidan • Rajghat • Safdarjung Hospital
The Government of India recently sanctioned 670 Electric buses and 241 charging stations under phase II of FAME scheme. FAME is Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles. It was launched to promote electric mobility in the country. Key Features The scheme aims on electrification of public transportation. It provides incentives for three wheelers and ..
Category: Government Schemes Current Affairs
On June 26, 2020, the Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) launched battery swapping facility for Electric Vehicles at its petrol pumps. The facility will replace discharged batteries with charged batteries in 2 minutes. Highlights The IOC is to begin its battery swapping facility in one of its outlets in Chandigarh. The company is to gradually scale ..
Month: Current Affairs - June, 2020
Category: Economy & Banking Current Affairs - 2022
The National Thermal Power Corporation recently launched ten Hydrogen Fuel Cell based buses and 10 similar electric cars. Highlights The buses and cars were launched in New Delhi and Leh. Similar proposal is under implementation in Andaman and Nicobar Islands. Other initiatives of NTPC NTPC has been taking several such initiatives to provide e-mobility solution ..
Category: Science & Technology Current Affairs