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TATA, Welcome To Europe — #CleanTechnica @ Geneva Motor Show 2019

April 1st, 2019 | by Maarten Vinkhuyzen

One of the great things about visiting new places as a journalist is you get to look differently at what you see. The Geneva Motor Show is different because I don't just look at what triggers my fancy. I look for what is there to write about for CleanTechnica readers. Without that purpose, I probably would not have visited the show at all


India’s First Fuel Cell-Powered Bus Launched

March 29th, 2018 | by Saurabh

Earlier this month, India witnessed the launch of its first fuel cell-powered bus as automobile manufacturers, in collaboration with government entities, are pushing for clean transportation options due to increased pollution and high petroleum import bill.


World’s Cheapest Car, The Tata Nano, Will Return As An EV

November 26th, 2017 | by Saurabh

Tata Motors created a global sensation in 2009 with the launch of Nano as the cheapest car, but the model could not live up to its expectations. Now, Tata Motors is planning to launch an electric version of the Nano car for exclusive use as a fleet car.


India To Launch Tender For Another 10,000 EVs In March 2018

November 21st, 2017 | by Smiti

After the success of the world’s single largest procurement tender of electric vehicles, Energy Efficiency Savings Limited (EESL) is set up to launch another tender to procure 10,000 electric vehicles. The tender is expected to be launched by the government-owned company next year.


Indian Government Advisor: Build Electric Cars In India Or Import Them Like Oil

August 28th, 2017 | by Zachary Shahan

The electric vehicle revolution presents a once-in-a-century opportunity. Countries around the world import an insane amount of oil. They send their hard-earned cash abroad — billions of dollars of it every day — to oil-rich countries like Saudi Arabia, the USA, Russia, Canada, Iraq, Kuwait, the UAE, and Venezuela because of a deadly and economically debilitating addiction



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